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Al Gomas
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« on: June 10, 2006, 05:51:36 PM »
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I borrowed a 2gig card from a friend which turned out to be one of the buggy cards unfriendly to the Canon Rebel XT.
When I attempted to download photos into my Mac, it crashed repeatedly, even when I used the Lexar Image Rescue software.
It has affected the database and now when I try to rate or label a file, I get warning messages like this one:
  "Labels and ratings are stored in XMP Metadata.  If a file has no way to store XMP, they be stored in cache only."  

I tried to reset Bridge to default settings to restore the lost functionality and got this message:
"There was a problem with the database and ".loptions" was not updated correctly.  This may affect searches."

What next, fellow luminaries???
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Rokcet Scientist
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« Reply #1 on: June 11, 2006, 08:02:42 PM »
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Try the same things on another Mac? Or even a PC?
And if that doesn't work there are those data rescue firms (probably a geek in an attic), who'll charge you of course.
Main thing is you rescue whatever images can be rescued, no?
Because I assume you won't be using that card in your camera again, will you?
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