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Missing photos on sd memory card

While on vacation, I had taken around 200 pictures on a 1g kingston sd memory card. I turned the camera on, at one point, and those picures were gone. I assumed that I had accidentally deleted them, but really didn't think I could have made that mistake. The same day, I turned the camera back on, and there they were, along with all the new photos I had taken. They were there for several more days, and when I got home, they were gone again. I'm hoping they are still there, and somehow I can retrieve them. Can anyone help me? Thanks

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Hello

My apologies if this message finds you long after posting this problem , but I am currently working through a backlog of problems that never got answered and hopefully this info can still be of use if not now possibly in future.

Please download Disc Digger HERE. This is a free tool you can use that works very well and there is no installation required, just run the program once you downloaded it.

Once you have connected the memory card to the computer via either the camera or preferably with a usb card reader , run the program.

On the program , select the dig deep option for accidentaly deleted files or dig deeper for a formatted card. Then select the card you want to do the recovery on and run the program.

The data will be displayed and you can recover it from there. This will only work if the card has not been used since the pictures were lost. Save the files to a location on the computer hard drive and not back to the memory card as this will overwrite the other pictures that still needs to be recovered.

Some of the properties of the files may become lost in the recovery but the pictures should be fine.

Feel free to ask if you need more assistance.

Kind Regards
Andrea

Posted on Sep 29, 2010

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