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My 64mb and 512mb mmc's are corrupted.. they contain very important and memorable data which i need to get back.. could u please help me for the same.. please do reply me on my personal e-mail ID - email@example.com
Not an easy one this...
IF you can plug it in to your pc via card reader
Search for a program (Google) called Recovery
Recovery is a prog that scans the mmc & recovers all data You might have to save all the recovered info to a cd But at least you'll get your data back
Hope this is of some use.
Posted on Dec 13, 2007
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