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Recovering corrupted data on a san disk - Lumix DMC-TZ3

I have lost several pictures that were stored on my external card. When I look at them on a computer they are there but I can't copy or view them. They look corrupted. Anyone know how to recover these files?

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Hi,

Hope this helps:
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CardRecovery-trial This software is free.

Lexar ImageRescue This software has to be bought, but it isn't too expensive.
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There are many other image recovery softwares out there.

If you are lucky, then you might get away with one for free. I got ImageRescue and Corel Paint Shop Pro 9 for free bundled with a Lexar SD card!



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