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Old 03-03-2010, 02:25 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Ok I have two memory cards from previous bb how do I retrieve the picts from them and if the picts have been deleted can I still view them? If so how can this be done?
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If the pics have been deleted, then they're gone. You can't view them.
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There is still something on the memory card because some of the space is taken, how do i get the info that is stored on the card downloaded to my new bb?
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What is free space and what is available space on the card?
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Did you delete the pictures using a Mac computer?
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Just formatting a media card takes up some of the room.
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Just formatting a media card takes up some of the room.
This is what I was trying to get at as well.
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If they were deleted off the card by a PC, they might be retrievable with an undelete program. Takes an after market PC program to do this. However if the card has been formated it can't be done. And if there has been a lot of data activity on the card since deletion, they usually can not be recovered.
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