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.HPIMAGE.VFS Where are my Pictures?

Discussion in 'Digital Photography & Imaging' started by sportsmom2x2, Feb 19, 2015.

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  1. sportsmom2x2

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    A file of my pictures turned from jpg to .HPIMAGE.VFS how do I open and revert back to my original photos files?

    Shows .HPIMAGE.VFS VFS File 39,936 KB stored on my sandisk

    Thanks

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  2. CleaverX

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    Most cameras create .vfs to hold thumbnails of the actual photos to make browsing faster, so if that is all that you see on that card you may be in for a rough ride. Insert the card into a USB reader and use whatever recovery / undelete solution you can find on the internet to try and recover your missing photos.


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    Shows .HPIMAGE.VFS VFS File 39,936 KB stored on my sandisk

    I'm not sure what to even look for that would be a safe option.
     
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