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cateyez
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Oct 22, 2007 19:09 |  #1

i shot very nice photos of my sister`s function 2 days back... and today on the wedding day i accidentally deleted all of my photos by assuming that i already make a backup of them...........

now i shot some new pictures on the wedding day.........now plzz tell me that how could i recover my previous pics which was accidentally deleted.....


NOTE: have deleted all of the photos through the camera by selecting menu>erase>all images.




  
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Oct 22, 2007 19:21 |  #2

If you already overwrote the previous pics with new pics I dont think you can recover them. If there was any hope I believe it would have been right after the delete with recovery software usually provided with your memory card or software like "undelete". Im not even sure it is possible on a memory card, as I have only seen it done on disk media in the past.




  
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Oct 23, 2007 01:16 |  #3

mastertech01 wrote in post #4172862 (external link)
If you already overwrote the previous pics with new pics I dont think you can recover them. If there was any hope I believe it would have been right after the delete with recovery software usually provided with your memory card or software like "undelete". Im not even sure it is possible on a memory card, as I have only seen it done on disk media in the past.

It is possible and there are freeware progs out there if you search on google. However, sandisk provide one with their cards called rescue pro.

I have many copies of it (you get one with each card you buy). I'm sure it's out there on the sandisk site maybe ?

As stated, it only works well if you haven't overwritten the card since, but some should be retrievable.


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Oct 23, 2007 10:41 |  #4

with a rescue programme you will almost certainly recover "some" of the shots.


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