Question about Fuji FinePix A345 Digital Camera
Remove the card from camera and then connect the card to computer with a card reader, and then recover files from card with a card recovery program, recommended asoftech data recovery that helped me before.
Posted on Nov 20, 2012
OK! It is often the problem of the memory card. Have you restored anything important on this camera memory card?
If you have not, you can directly format this memory card and see whether it can be read on this camera. Otherwise, you have to change another one.
But, if you do have stored something important on this memory card, you'd better firstly apply a camera memory card data recovery freeware to successfully restore all your saved data back:
In fact, this data recovery freeware has helped many people get back their inaccessible data back from their drive or memory card. So, I believe it will also work well on your memory card.
Just try to download it here:
Note: Always back up everything important well at least on two cards or drivers next time.
Posted on Dec 28, 2013
Kernel for FAT and NTFS is a proficient memory card recovery tool that recovers all possible data from the corrupt or inaccessible memory card. It identifies the memory card as hard drive and recovers all possible data including audio, video, and image files from it. Once data is recovered, the user can save it to the desired location. you can download the software from http://www.memorycardrecovery.org/
Posted on Apr 09, 2011
You probably have a card error because you have not formatted the card, lately.
Memory cards should generally be formatted everytime AFTER you have safely uploaded all images to your computer and you then want to delete them all off your card.
If the images/videos you currently have on the card are not too important, then you should try formatting the card. This is usually done in the camera's Menu. Check your user manual.
But, if the images are extremely important to you, then you will need to use a card recovery software program in order to try and recover the images. You will need to use your memory card with a card reader, which then plugs into your computer's USB port.
If the card still has errors after trying to format etc, then your best option is to just buy a new memory card (they're dirt cheap), because the card may be at fault.
Make sure you Format a new card before you use it and also everytime after you have uploaded all images to your computer. Doing this will prevent card errors.
good luck... Source(s): free card recovery program...
Posted on Apr 08, 2011
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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