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Data recovery after battery disconnect

I try (without knowing that a sandisk SD WIFI+256 MB seems not to work on an E400) to install it and after a reset the PDA doesn’t work at all (even a reinitialize won't work). So finally I decide to disconnect battery and reconnect. After that the PDA is back again but naturally the data from main memory are lost. There is some data recovery software able to recover something? (of course that i haven't any backup at all )

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You are absolutely right. The “SD WIFI+256 MB” don’t work properly. Unfortunately there is no software that can re-establish your data again. You must be very carefully and always make data back up using SD card. This is the best and securest way to save all your data.

Posted on Sep 11, 2005

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