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Kodak Easyshare Restoring Photos Accidentally Deleted

Discussion in 'Digital Photography & Imaging' started by tamiller75, Jul 24, 2008.

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  1. tamiller75

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    I was placing some pictures in the picture tray. I was choosing them from various albums. The pictures were for gifts for my mother-in-laws birthday Saturday and I was choosing them so I could have them printed and frame them for her.

    Somehow, when I was trying to take just one picture out of the tray because I had duplicated it, I chose "remove from collection" and all the pictures are gone from the tray and the various albums they were in. I don't have any back-up of the pictures (I know stupid and I just discussed this yesterday with my husband about what we should do to make a back-up) and I need to get them back.

    I know that nothing ever actually disappears from your hard drive and they are thre someplace but I don't know how to get them.

    Kodak doesn't have an "undo" button. HELP!
     
  2. PopPicker

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    As I understand Kodak Hardshare... you've only removed the images (thumbnails) from EasyShare... they are still on your PC............ somewhere. More than likely in the My Pictures folder.

    Good luck.
     
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