Question about Cannon Canon i960 Photo Printer
I think i formatted some pictures what does mean and can i undo it?
To "full-format" a disk-drive (or camera memory-stick) means to write 'zero' values all over every recordable surface, in order to make any "previous" files unreadable. To "quick-format" means to discard the Table-Of-Contents, and replace it by a file that says that all the "pages" in the drive are "available" to be written to.
Search online for software that can "crawl" through those supposedly-blank pages, one-by-one, and "stitch" them back together into "files". Search for "data recovery camera memory", or something like that.
Posted on Aug 23, 2010
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