Posted By : Student of Katharine Gibbs School - New York on September 9, 2003

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I have a 64 mb flash card for my Fuji digital camera. I have had the card for about a year. I use a reader (I remove the card from the camera and insert the card in the reader) to download the pictures from the card to my computer. I just took a bunch of pictures for a wedding and had no problem reading them on the camera at the wedding. When I returned home and inserted the card into the reader, the computer indicated that the pictures were not downloadable onto the computer.

I then removed the card from the reader and re-inserted the card into the camera and the camera would no longer read the pictures.


1. Is the card bad from over use?

2. Can the pictures be recovered from the card?

3. What can I do? What are my options?

Christiaan Meyer

Phoenix, Arizona


This question was answered on September 9, 2003. Much of the information contained herein may have changed since posting.

One or two things first if you haven't used the card a whole lot then that could be a problem you could try to up date the software in the reader by going to the manufacture's website look for the read and it's software and find an updated version of it if that doesn't work then go some where else to use a reader and try another camera.

Carlos Millan Jr.

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Posted by Student of Katharine Gibbs School - New York on September 9, 2003

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