Question about Samsung S760 Digital Camera
I think i have accidentally deleted all of my photos from my camera by pressing the formating option on the setting menu, is there any way i can retrive these photos?
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You have to use a card reader either on your computer or an external USB card reader. Put the card in the card reader, open the recovery program, then select the drive where files are deleted, then press "Start" and wait for it to do it's magic.
You need to use a card reader either one already in your computer (some have one, some don't). Or buy an external USB card reader. They are around $2 on Amazon.
The problem with built in card readers is that they will usually only read up to a 2G card.
I was not able to recover photos by hooking the camera up to the pc with the usb cord, it just won't work.
Posted on Oct 09, 2012
You pressed "format" on your camera.That meant that you formatted the memory card of your camera.All your pictures are saved on the memory card of your Canon digital camera automatically.You can recover
them with photo recovery software. But once the pictures were
overwritten by new data,they are gone for good.
I had recovered photos and videos from formatted SD card on my camera with a program called Tenorshare Photo Recovery for Mac and it worked.Anyway,you can download it (Photo Recovery for Windows version is available,too, as I remember) and scan your memory card for free to preview whether your files can be recovered.By the way,it will show you the file name,type,date and size of your files and thumbnails for your pictures that it found on your card.Give it a shot!
Here is a step by step tutorial to guide you recover photos from Samsung camera.
Posted on May 24, 2012
All right! Be relaxed! You do have a big chance
to restore al your lost files back, as long as they are not overwritten by
anything new on the same camera memory card.
In fact, nowadays, after the formatting process, the deleted files are not actually completely erased off form your camera memory card. They are still there and only become inaccessible and invisible.
So, what you should do right now is to apply a deleted file recovery freeware that can help restore all your deleted files back successfully for free before they are completely overwritten by any new file:
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.
Posted on Nov 14, 2013
Hi! it's pretty simple.
simply go to "www.downloads.cnet.com"
on the search bar, type in "recovery"
look for "PC Inspector Smart Recovery 4.43", download the file and install it.
connect your camera or connect your memory card through a card reader and run the file.
You'll surely retrieve all the deleted photos. I've tried it myself as I accidentally pressed on "delete all" on my DGcam.. he3x...
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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