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01-20-2007, 02:17 PM   #31
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QuoteOriginally posted by gorfmai Quote
At work I recover lost / deleted / damaged images on memory cards. I use a Lexar Image Recovery app, I'll check the name at work tommorow. I'm successful about 90% of the time in recovering images. It has a few quirks, and the instructions are a joke, but it works, so I'm not complaining....
It's called Lexar Image Rescue 2

01-20-2007, 02:20 PM   #32
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YESSS!!!!! it worked! i have all my pictures back. thank you so much Alvin. i am so relieved. oh and for the people who thought i hadnt been taking any pictures, i was taking some on a previous card i had. i couldnt have gone that long without taking any. your help was really appreciated.
thanks again,
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So let that be a lesson to us all:

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So after all that effort, when do we get to see a few of those 331 pictures? Glad it worked!

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Amanda, you're welcome. I was glad to help, but without your persistence and patience, this wouldn't have been a success.



Here's another useful link.

Art Plus Software: Main Download Page!

The utility is called APERASE - A last resort tool to wipe out your memory card if the card totally malfunctions. Example: Your camera cannot write (record your pictures) to your SD card even after a format has been run on your camera. After using this utility, re-format the card in your camera. If this action fails, your card is very likely done/toast/kaput.

The other utility, Digital Photo Recovery - is almost as good as the Vaiosoft recovery software I originally posted.

Have fun and keep the utils handy for the next mishap!

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01-24-2007, 05:10 PM   #36
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I have had a similar problem with lost photos on my SD card, so I thought Iwould use the Sandisk Rescue Pro that came with my card.
Installed the program and began recovering the the photos then instead of showing the photos it kept on locking up, reinstalled, same result.
So thanks to this forum I downloaded eImage recovery and it worked fine, photos are back its all good!
Thanks again.,
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John

ps, the photos are Xmas ones too boring for public view
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Hooray Amanda! WTG! so do we see any of these photos?

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ps, the photos are Xmas ones too boring for public view
No photo too boring. Post some up - it will bring some cheer to these dull days I've put myself on the spot, so here's some of mine.

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I was hoping to one day post a more 'technically brilliant' photo (if I ever took one) but since you persist here is the one and only xmas photo I will post, its my nephew with his new guitar.

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Jaws, that's family memorabilia at its very best!
Sharp as a tack, shutterspeed just slow enough to show motion in the hand and arm, perfect colour and an incredibly handsome young subject.
Heck! what more do you want?
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Thanks Rolly I appreciate your encouragement.
Cheers,
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Late reply...got home too late and fell like a log.

This is a nice photo! Your nephew just strummed the guitar? The strings were still vibrating I see. (Wasn't so boring, was it? lol).
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