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Re: retreiving deleted pictures
Step1. Immediately pick out this memory card off from your camera in case that any new file would rewrite your original photos. Step2. Insert this memory card to your computer and prepare to restore your photos. Step3. Download a memory card photo recovery freeware to your computer and start to retrieve all your deleted photos back: http://www.freeware-fix.blogspot.com/2013/02/photo-recovery.html
In fact, this freeware has ever successfully saved all the inaccessible data of my friend off from his camera memory card. So, I believe it can also work successfully on your memory card, too.
Simply read more information of this freeware here: http://blog4mark.blogspot.com/2012/12/photo-recovery-after-delete.html Step4. Save and back up all the restored photos on a different memory card or drive in case of data recovery failure. Note: Next time, you'd better back up all your important photos on different memory cards or drives in case of the similar data recovery problems.
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there are file retrieval apps which can be loaded on a computer to enable it to recover files which have been removed from the directory but haven't been overwritten. I would expect that you could google 'file recovery software' for a free version. Mine came with my flash card.
If the pictures were on a memory card and you haven't done anything with the card since then, you have a good chance. Do a Google search for "data recovery software" and select a program for your computer and operating system. Put the card into a card reader connected to your computer and run the program.
Something is pretty mixed up here, I can see the computer not wanting to load the pictures files again because it sees the file numbers already. If you are downloading the pictures from the camera this will be a problem as you need to go through the camera software and of course there are duplicate numbers and it isn't going to happen. However if you purchase a card reader, one that fits the memory card from your camera (fairly inexpensive) it plugs into the computer USB port and the memory card plugs into it. The computer then looks at this as an external hard drive. You would then create a folder in "My Documents" give it a name that you can relate to what's in the folder copy and past the picture files from the memory card into this folder. The open each image one at a time and change the file number all it takes is one digit once that's done you can work with these anyway you want without fear of a number clash. I know what happened and this will work.
Best way is to download the pictures to a computer through a card reader (optional). The blue blank screen could be deleted images using the garbage can icon. Retrieving those images can be done but it cost to have a recovery program used and there is no grantee that the images can be extracted because the card my have been written over or formatted. Once you have your images saved to a computer the memory card should be loaded bak into the camera and the memory card formatted to give a clean working surface for the camera to write new files to.
The delete (garbage can) on all these cameras should be used sparingly it's been the cause of more problems then enough but it's there and people use it, The memory card should be formatted every time the pictures are downloaded to the computer. That way the memory card is clean and fresh for the next series of new pictures. Now the pain about getting the pictures from internal memory to the computer is another little annoyance. Each picture from the internal memory has to be loaded to the removable memory card one at a time then when all the pictures are on the removable memory card they can be downloaded to the computer and the internal memory cleared/deleted. Cheers from Robert in Canada
Yes, you can still retrieve deleted pictures by using a software. But first you will need a card reader, Insert the memory card in the card reader and connect the usb of the card reader in your computer's usb port. But before inserting on your computer's usb port download a software for recovering deleted pictures. You can try downloading these software:
1. Pandora Recovery
2. SoftPerfect File Recovery
3. PC Inspector Smart Recovery
You just have to choose on what software you are going to use.
Formatting a memory card wipes out everything on it, preparing it for fresh use. If you haven't done anything with the memory card since then, you may be able to recover the files on it. Do a Google search for "file recovery program" and specify the operating system you're using on your computer.
You can download a manual from the manufacturer's web site at http://www.vivitar.com/files_products/310/ViviCam5022.pdf
If the photos are on a memory card and you haven't done anything to the card since you deleted the photos, you may be able to recover at least some of the photos. Do a Google search for "data recovery software" and select a program for you computer and operating system. Put the card into a card reader attached to your computer and run the program.