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program for camera to retrieve deleted files


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#1 tessica225

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Posted 10 February 2016 - 12:47 AM

My computer was infected with cryptolocker, i have no back up of photos in the last two years so i thought if i could retrieve photos from the camera it would at least be something.Just wandering what program to use to retrieve deleted photos


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Posted 10 February 2016 - 08:05 AM

If the deleted files have been written over by more recent photos recovery won't work. See info in link below.

How to recover deleted photos from a memory card - CNET

 

EDIT: You should first check to see if your camera manufacturer offers a program to recover files.

 

If you use the free Recuva....download from here: Recuva - Standard

Be sure to watch for offers of toolbars and other bundled software and refuse if offered.


Edited by buddy215, 10 February 2016 - 08:20 AM.

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