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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
If you didn't backup the sd card contents into the pc then no, but if you did then its a yes.
I myself take a full copy of the contents of my sd cards now and then into my desktop computer, and incase a problem happens I can restore the files.
You can try a file recovery program like file scavenger.
http://www.quetek.com/prod02.htm TRY THE FREE DEMO FIRST don't buy the program unless it can recover your files.
I own the program myself and its great but try it first.
Format itself doesn't delete any files it only marks it as free space.
Posted on Jul 14, 2008
SOURCE: trouble restore from backup
did you change the original place of your back up or did you change the name of the back up? If you did you have to go back to original name and place of the back up before you can restore it
Posted on Jun 02, 2009
I do some work with TomTom - it's possible that if something interrupted or went wrong during the install, the map could have been deleted. TomTom is aware of the problem and is working to fix it - if you are map-less, call support (866 486 6866) and we can work on getting you a new map.
Posted on Jun 11, 2009
The version of MioNet that runs from your Passport is called MioNet Key. It allows you to remotely access all computers you've installed MioNet on with your MioNet username, free for the lifetime of the product. Unfortunately it does not work in reverse -- you cannot access your other computers remotely or locally with MioNet unless you run MioNet from the Passport. The version installed on your computers will remain Basic versions unless you upgrade to Premium.
There is backup software that ships with the WD Passport called Memeo. This is NOT MioNet, and has a Serial Number that it requires in order to do backups. The Serial Number should be located on the bottom back of the leaflet that came with the drive on a sticker. The leaflet is printed in multiple languages, and unfolds to be fairly large. If you cannot find your Serial Number, you must contact WD Tech Support. You may find more information by registering your WD Passport on http://support.wdc.com.
Posted on Sep 18, 2009
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