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Old August 13th, 2011, 04:21 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Default SD Card damaged on Motorola Bravo?

I had my phone on and everything was fine. I turned my phone off and when i turned it back on it said my sd card was damaged and i needed to format it. I dont want to format it bc i will lose all my pics. Ive already tried to copy all its contents on my computer but when i click DCIM where my pics should be nothing is there. I know i have over 500 pics so they just cant disappear. Ive put a different memory card in it to see if they were still on my phone and once again they are not there. So i know they have to be on my other memory card. I dont know what else to do without formatting it and losing everything which i will not do. Any suggestions?
My memory card has not gotten wet, it was inserted correctly, and there should be nothing wrong with it.

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