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Assuming you didn't download the pictures to your computer ... and as part of the download option, you elected to erase/remove the pictures (after downloading them) from the camera ... and you have not done anything (on the camera menu) to "refresh" or erase the pictures, or reformat the storage media (memory card) ...
... if the pictures are stored in a memory card .... you can take that memory card out of the camera, insert it into your computer ( ... or use a card reader, inserted into a USB port) ... and see if you can recover the "deleted" data from the memory card ...
... if the camera only has "internal" memory ... connect the camera to your computer ... and when it shows up as a storage media, try to recover the "deleted" data from the memory card ...
You can (find on the Internet) and install and use various (free) software (on your computer) to recover "deleted" files on storage media (memory card, etc.), ... on a Windows PC ... like PhotoRec, PC Inspector File Recovery, Undelete Plus (or Undelete 360), Glary Undelete, Wise Data Recovery, Recuva Free.
As long as the xD card was not formatted it is possible to recover the images that were accidently erased. You can go to the following website link and download an image recovery software program that is free of charge. http://www.z-a-recovery.com/ You want to download a program called Zero Assumption Recovery. It is a very simple program to use and people have had much success in recovering lost or erased images.
Finally AFTER you've recovered your photos, consider formatting your card IN YOUR CAMERA (did you do this when you first got the card? if not, this is what eventually happens). Keep in mind formatting the card will also totally and permanently erase the card. Press menu, then select the tools menu, then scroll down to the selection stating your cards memory capacity and select it. Then follow the on-screen prompts for a "low-level" format. This should help prevent this from happening again in the future.
yes, it it possible to recover lost photos from digital camera, either after they are been deleted or memory card is formatted. Please follow the steps in this digital camera recovery guide that helped me last time.
These cameras have an internal store and also can use a card. So, when you add a card, it is writing to that store and only shows you the pictures stored there unless you change the device settings or remove the card. If so, the images you have on the EasyShare One internal store may be originals Another possibility is that you did a BragBook synch to EasyShare and you might be able to see these images in your 'Favorites' view. The 'Camera Favorites' or BragBook pictures are a smaller version of original images, to allow you to carry more pictures with you to share, but these pictures may be a lower resolution version of the images you took. They would be sufficient for printing 4x6 pictures, but not enlargements. Change to Favorites mode to see if they show up that way. Good luck! DigiChick.
Files can be retrieved -through your computer.
If you have a card reader- built in or external or plug in or as part of an all in one,
If you have none of these you can try this way.
1, go on line to www.konvar. com and download PCInspector. and install the program.
Connect the camera so that the camera shows as an additional drive/camera as a drive letter [E?]
Run PC inspector and direct it to 'E' and follow through setting up a save to folder during this.
The images[if any] will be recovered. you may then format the card in the camera[do not format in the computer