Deleted Photos Lexar Digital Film

Discussion in 'Digital Cameras' started by Guest, Dec 22, 2003.

  1. Guest

    Guest Guest

    I must have moved instead of copied files from the DCimages directory of my
    wife's camera using Windows XP Pro and a 48 Meg Digital Compact Flash card.
    I thought I'd pasted them in her pictures folder, when she informed me they
    weren't there. I went back to look and found not only were they not in her
    folder, but no longer on the card either. I've not formated the care, nor
    taken any more pictures. I've seen several advertised recovery solutions
    and tried a demo that wouldn't allow you to save the photo's.

    I did search the drive for jpg's and did not find the photos in another
    directory or anything. I'm not a computer idiot. Any ideas out there in
    News land?

    Seems there might be a shareware out there somewhere? Does any one know of
    one? I'd be most pleased with any help that's given. Advise welcome,
    flames you may keep.

    Photo Rescue was the title, but 29.95 seemed kinda steep for a software I
    doubt I'll ever need again. The photos aren't all that dear to me, or her,
    but I'd like to recover them for her. DRAT.

    Kindest Regards,
    Ursus.
     
    Guest, Dec 22, 2003
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    Pier Guest

    I can give you "Digital Image Recovery", send me an e-mail!

    Regards

    Pier
     
    Pier, Dec 22, 2003
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    Marius Guest

    There isn't any risk when you try to recover the data with a recovery tool.

    1. Download PC Inspector Smart Recovery (freeware) at www.pcinspector.de
    Even recovers CRW!
    2. Connect a cardreader to your PC
    3. Put the memorycard in the reader
    4. Install and start the program
    5. Look at the results

    I hope you're succesfull!

    Marius
     
    Marius, Dec 22, 2003
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    Paul Guest

    Do a web search for the freeware Zero Assumption Digital recovery
    software. If the problem is deletion rather than a card fault it should
    do the job.
     
    Paul, Dec 24, 2003
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    Chris Quinn Guest

    Chris Quinn, Dec 24, 2003
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