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Don't Put All Your Photos on One Memory Card

My camera is a Canon sx110is. Two weeks ago after taken lots of pictures I turned my camera on to look at them and on the sreen Read--Memory card error - card locked! I checked the white switch on the side and put it in the unlock position and installed in the camera;same message. I pushed it up to lock position,same message. I tried it in another canon camera,same message. Went on line to see if anyone is having same problem and found this is very comon with sd memory cards. I took my camera & card to Staples to see if they could help me,they put it in their memory card reader but found nothing, no information on the card. Don't know if my pictures are still there or they are history. Came home and tried all the things other people have tried,transparent tape, cleaning the termninals,every thing same message--Memory card error,card locked. CAN ANYONE HELP, I MEAN REALY HELP - My card was a 4GB, lots of memory. My adviceto camera users, buy smaller cards and change them more often. You will lose some pitures but not in the range of 8oo to 1000--most of my three week vacation gone!!!

Jack Lydon
Sun, 25 Oct 2009 19:10:38 +0000

Search for the keywords "undelete" and/or "restoration" on this site. They will point you to a free software utility that could help you recover some or all of your photos.

Chieh Cheng
Mon, 26 Oct 2009 14:30:59 +0000

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