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Minolta g400 : error format on ms card !

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Well this happens a lot and to pretty much everyone lol... i accidently erased all my pics on my ms card... not sd card... ms.... i downloaded PC inspector smart recovery but it only seemed to recover my sd card files... the ones i want are on my ms... and i can't find any program that is free and working !! Please help me !!

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    Patricia Canuel Jan 17, 2009

    It isnt free =(

  • Patricia Canuel
    Patricia Canuel Jan 17, 2009

    I downloaded zero assumption recovery but it wasnt able to recover my lost files...

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Try this one:
http://www.data-recovery-digital-camera.com/

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