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Delete some foto on SD card

Using Panasonic DMC-LS60 digital camera with SD memory in it and after shooting a lot of foto I deleted some pictures. Can I restore the deleted files?
Sincerely Yours, Karcsi (kpatyi@freemail.hu)

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You can use some photo recovery software, download it from
http://www.asoftech.com/articles/sd-card-photo-recovery.html

It helped me before. good luck.

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CardData Recovery can recover data from all camera flash memory cards includingCompact Flash Card (CF), Smart Media Card, Secure Digital Card (SD),Multi-Media Card (MMC), XD Picture Card (XD), Micro Drive, Sony Memory Stick(Duo, Pro), as well as removable storage including Zip disk, USB drives and Harddrives. Recovery of files is also possible even when drive has been formatted.

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Using a Photo Recovery software is your best bet!..Adroit Photo Recovery worked very well for me - Try http://digital-assembly.com/products/adroit-photo-recovery/ Hope this helps

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