Question about Cameras
First, don't use that card anymore for ANYTHING. As long as you haven't taken new photos overtop of the old ones then they are still retrievable. If your computer has a card reader built in then insert the card and download some free recovery software. Point the software to the appropriate drive letter and you should be able to get them back. Some software will not be able to read anything but physical drives, so you'd need one specifically for your card type (if one exists). Failing that, I'm sure a professional data recovery company could get them back for a fee.
Posted on Jul 23, 2010
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