Question about Cameras
Posted by Anonymous on
I had success with this:
1. Remove the memory card and then connect the memory card to computer with a card reader, or insert the memory card to card slot if there's any on computer.
2. Download asoftech photo recovery program from
3. In asoftech photo recovery program, scan the memory card and recover your photos.
Posted on Nov 20, 2012
Try to use Card Data Recovery to help you get back images. It is professional photo recoverysoftware to recover deleted, lost, corrupted or formatted photos, videos, andauido files from various memory cards, such as, memory cards, memory sticks,USB devices, digital cameras, hard drives, and zip drives.
Posted on May 05, 2011
Don't be so worried about ur pictures. There are some gud photo recovery software available on internet. But first of all please stop using d card anymore to increase d chances of recovering files. Then you need rely on professional photo recovery tool. Download the software from the following url http://www.nucleustechnologies.com/Digital-Media-Recovery-Software.html and follow the following steps:
1. Install the software on ur computer.
2. Connect the memory card to computer.
3. select the drive(usually G or H for memory card) , click Start. Now the scanning process will start to search the deleted files. After a while you will then get a list of recoverable files.
4. Press Recover to perform full recovery.
Posted on Apr 09, 2011
He may have formatted the card, which depending on your model may have erased the images even if they were locked.
Remove the memory card from the camera. Turn it on and go to menu. You're looking for a reset to factory settings option. That should undo any changes made to the settings (if you made some intentionally you will have to add them back after this).
If you have a card reader on your computer insert the memory card and import any images you find on it. If you have to import them manually, they should be in a folder on the memory card in my computer. The folder is usually called DCIM, but depending on the brand / model might be called something else.
If you don't have a card reader or can't find the images on the PC, put the card back in the camera and hit the review button to see if that detects them.
If neither your camera or PC finds images on the card, you can try downloading a memory card recovery software such as: http://download.cnet.com/Adroit-Photo-Recovery/3000-12511_4-10909145.html
Please reply if you have further questions or one of these steps is unclear or doesn't work for you. Please remember to leave feedback if this was helpful. Thanks.
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