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Deleted pictures My daughter had her first field trip with her new camera, and she somehow deleted all the pictures. She is inconsolable. IS there ANY way to retrieve them?

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Thanks for sharing information about other products. However, while scanning the digital camera encountering error messages and unable to preview restored photos. To get over such issues, use Remo Recover software to restore deleted photos from digital camera.

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If the pictures were on a memory card and you and your daughter have done nothing to the card since then, maybe. 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 attached to your computer, cross your fingers, and run the program.

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SOURCE: retrieving deleted pictures from compact flash card

If you're runnng a Windows system, you can try an undelete program such as the following:

http://www.freewarefiles.com/Undelete-Plus_program_24002.html


Usually, when you delete pictures from a flash device, it just sets a tag at the beginning of each file name telling the compact flash file system that the files can be overwrote. The most important thing to do at this point is not take any more pictures or copy any files to the card. Try downloading and installing that program [it's free] and choosing your card as the drive to scan [if you use a card reader this will be easy, if you use a camera, it may not show the camera or card as a device in My Computer].

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SOURCE: how to retrieve deleted photos?

Don't worry! Deleting won't make the pictures on a digital camera erase permanently.Those deleted pictures are still stored on the memory card of your camera, they're just invisible or inaccessible.You can recover them with photo recovery software. But once the deleted pictures were overwritten by new data,they are gone for good.
Here I recommend you these software that helped me out:
Windows Picture Recovery Software

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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.

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Yes, it is possible to recover deleted pictures from digital camera. Take a look at this digital camera picture recovery guide that helped me last time.

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