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Offline prussell

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No render
« on: August 18, 2007, 11:30:57 AM »
i took 3 pictures about an hour ago on my Nikin D70s.  i came home, removed the Lexar 4GB Compact Flash, put it into my Lexar reader and ingested the photos.  when completed i had three frames in red saying the pictures could not be rendered.  does any one have any ideas? ???  i also have a mesage in the ingest screen.

"Error copying: /Volumes/NIKON D70/DCIM/100NCD70/DSC_0003.JPG to: /Volumes/Fire Wire 400 One/PHOTO MECHANIC MASTER FOLDER/DSC_0003.JPG
Error copying: /Volumes/NIKON D70/DCIM/100NCD70/DSC_0204.JPG to: /Volumes/Fire Wire 400 One/PHOTO MECHANIC MASTER FOLDER/DSC_0204.JPG
Warning: Finished copying from volume "/Volumes/NIKON D70/", but not unmounting because there were errors.

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Offline Kirk Baker

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Re: No render
« Reply #1 on: August 18, 2007, 08:59:23 PM »
i took 3 pictures about an hour ago on my Nikin D70s.  i came home, removed the Lexar 4GB Compact Flash, put it into my Lexar reader and ingested the photos.  when completed i had three frames in red saying the pictures could not be rendered.  does any one have any ideas? ???  i also have a mesage in the ingest screen.

"Error copying: /Volumes/NIKON D70/DCIM/100NCD70/DSC_0003.JPG to: /Volumes/Fire Wire 400 One/PHOTO MECHANIC MASTER FOLDER/DSC_0003.JPG
Error copying: /Volumes/NIKON D70/DCIM/100NCD70/DSC_0204.JPG to: /Volumes/Fire Wire 400 One/PHOTO MECHANIC MASTER FOLDER/DSC_0204.JPG
Warning: Finished copying from volume "/Volumes/NIKON D70/", but not unmounting because there were errors.

There are likely some bad sectors on your Compact Flash card that are in the middle of those files.  The operating system returns errors to Photo Mechanic when it cannot read files in their entirety.

You might try one of the image rescue programs and see if they can read your files and repair them.

-Kirk