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Corrupted data! Hi, i have taken about 30 photos this weekend, and halfway through on playback, it has bundled about 15 pics into one, with the message corrupted data displayed on the do i retrieve all my pictures back?

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Re: Corrupted data!

Some options might be:

  • Access the data card by itself, by plugging your card into a card reader hooked to your computer and download/copy through Windows explorer
  • If you don't see the photos, you can use some Unerase software on the internet to try and recover deleted files. This is if you haven't yet written to the disk.
There are some sophisticated programs that help you to extract data and try to recover information. Here are some links.
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