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Old 1st September 2007, 10:56   #1
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Hi,

I have an SD card here which should contain some accidently deleted photos.
Unfortunately, other photo's were taken on the same card, so it's pretty sure some pics will be gone/damaged.

However, using GetDataBack (for FAT) and another program called 'Data Doctor Recovery Pen Drive' are unable to find any other pics than the ones taken after deletion.

I used the USB PC-camera-connection to search for the files, but I wonder: will I get better results if I put the SD card in a dedicated reader? Do you recommend any other program for this kind of things?

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if you have already written other data over it, the chance is next to zero
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if you have already written other data over it, the chance is next to zero
Too bad.. But thought indeed that the SD-technology would **** it all up..
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Tried other software?

http://www.freedownloadscenter.com/U...e_SD_Card.html


More help:

http://gathering.tweakers.net/forum/...2Cfoto%2Cterug

Interesting info @ the end of the page .

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Looks good!
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Old 1st September 2007, 19:45   #6
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PC Inspector Smart Recovery recommended by John works really well for me. Convar.de

It recovers all kinds of drive, unless you have reformatted it.
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EasyRecovery Pro (RAW scan) seems to do it..
Now waiting for a SD-card reader, as it takes about 45min to scan 110MB of pictures


Thanks all!
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I have some good luck with Stellar Phoenix Digital Media Recovery Software. It recover lost, deleted and formatted digital photos / pictures from removable media, after an accidental deletion, media format or corrupt media.
This data recovery software provides recovery of lost or deleted digital pictures from: Memory Sticks, Flash Cards, Sony Memory Stick, IBM Micro Drive, SD Cards, MMC Cards, XD Cards, Secure Digital Card, Zip Disks, Mini Disks.

Try this tool, hope this will help you out.

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