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Deleted JPEg I have delted accidently folder in memorycard which containing some of important photos in jpg format. I tried some free and some demo version to recovery but its recoveringonly pictures which were in memory card not in that folder and only showing those pics which is there now and when I use Card reader it shows that its not formated.

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