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Unerasing Photos on FlashCard

Discussion in 'Digital Photography & Imaging' started by Jimtalbert, Sep 20, 2004.

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  1. Jimtalbert

    Jimtalbert Thread Starter

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    I recently moved some photos from my SanDisk FlashCard to my PC hard drive using Windows (XP) Explorer. Later I overlayed some of them on the hard drive by accident. Is there a way to unerase the picture files on the FlashCard? I tried Norton SystemWorks but it only unerases files on hard drives.
     
  2. RT

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    If you have not formatted the card in camera, you might be able to recover some or all of them.

    You can get a free trial version of PhotoRescue HERE. The free version will show you what can be recovered, but (I think ) you have to buy it to get the full recovery option.

    I tried it and it did show me things I thought were gone forever...the version has changed since, but snoop around the site.
     
  3. PopPicker

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    Most good photo shops should be able to do that for you. Even getting images of a formatted card is possible.

    We use the Photorescue software mentioned. Good stuff.
     
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