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Re: Have by mistake deleted pics, is there any way to...
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
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.
you have connected the memory card to the computer via either the
camera or preferably with a usb card reader , run the program.
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.
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Apr 8, 2013 - How to recover accidentally deleted photos from your camera or memory ... Here's how to recover photos you've deleted from your camera or memory card. ... deleted by someone else, it can be easy to retrieve the lost image, ...
If your camera has a removable memory card, determine what type it is and buy an inexpensive card reader to download pictures from the card. Possibly try another patch cord if memory is not removable. Without knowing model and make of camera, no other advice is possible.
I've had similar problems with other cameras. The problem is not the camera, however, it is the sim card. If you remove the sim card and place it in the card reader on the computer, the contacts on the card eventually wear out. What it sounds like is that your new pics were not saved to the card due to poor contact. If this is the case, unfortunately, nothing is recoverable as nothing was saved. A possible short term fix is to remove the sim card and scrub the contacts with a pencil eraser. A long term solution is to get a new sim card and leave it in the camera and transfer pics using a USB connection from the camera to your computer. I hope this helps.
It can retrieve all data from the camera memory and also from the memory card that you have there, if you want to make sure you can go to a photo center and they can retrieve all your deleted photos from the internal memory of the camera and also from your memory card...
There are companies that claim to be able to retrieve deleted files on mem cards, if their space has not been written over by other pics taken sense, or a mem card FORMAT. Google it.
Your better approach may be to try to recover the files showing 3Meg size on your computer download. Sounds like mem card quit working correctly after first 100 photoes. Was this a name brand SD card like San Disk or Panasonic? Beware of off brand junk sold on ebay or other sites CHEAP. They are designed to report back the size they claim to be, but are 1/2 size capacity or less in reality. You never know until you need your photos. The other thing is SD cards fail and are never a good as a BackUp source for files. For file xfers only in general.
Good lesson for all is to be sure all your pics show up on your computer before deleting on camera.