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CF Card Recovery Software
Vasiliy Baziuk, Photographer
Rochester | NY | USA | Posted: 9:28 AM on 06.08.10
->> Any one got suggestions on CF card recovery software ??? I formatted a 1GB CF card and now need some pics from it????
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David Heasley, Photographer, Photo Editor
Columbus | Oh | U.S.A | Posted: 9:40 AM on 06.08.10
->> Get Data Back(http://www.runtime.org/data-recovery-software.htm) and Bad Copy Pro(http://www.jufsoft.com/badcopy/) are two of my favorites
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Max Gersh, Photographer, Photo Editor
New Castle | IN | USA | Posted: 9:55 AM on 06.08.10
->> I like the Sandisk software called Rescue Pro. It has always been able to recover my lost/formatted images when I needed it to.
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Bob Ford, Photographer
Lehighton | Pa | USA | Posted: 11:18 AM on 06.08.10
->> I use PhotoRescue from http://www.datarescue.com. The good thing is it will let you download it and run it on your card before you buy it. It will show you what it finds, and then after you pay for it it will let you continue.

Best $29 I've ever spent.
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David Welker, Photographer, Student/Intern
Springfield | MO | USA | Posted: 11:22 AM on 06.08.10
->> Ive used EASEUS Data Recovery to get about a TB back after formatting it on accident. Id suggest looking into them as well.
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Dominick Reuter, Photographer, Assistant
Boston | MA | USA | Posted: 12:49 PM on 06.08.10
->> +1 for PhotoRescue from http://www.datarescue.com.

Got me out of a few tight spots.

- D
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Jonathan Roberts, Photographer
Louisville | KY | USA | Posted: 1:31 PM on 06.08.10
->> Another vote for Dataresue's PhotoRescue program. It works when other the programs don't.

http://www.datarescue.com/

Jonathan
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Vasiliy Baziuk, Photographer
Rochester | NY | USA | Posted: 9:52 PM on 06.08.10
->> Great! thanx guys!
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Andy Bronson, Photographer
Bellingham | WA | USA | Posted: 12:19 AM on 06.09.10
->> Image Recall has been the best I've used.
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Ian Martens, Photographer
Lethbridge | AB | Canada | Posted: 2:18 AM on 06.09.10
->> I've been using a program called Photorecovery from LC Technology International - http://www.lc-tech.com/software/prwindetail.html - and it seems to work really well as it recovers the major RAW format files as well as certain video files. I was using an older version of Data Rescue's PhotoRescue before and it didn't seem to have the ability to recover that variety of file formats, but maybe newer versions do. It did work fine at getting JPEGs back though.
Good luck recovering your images!
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Heston Quan, Photographer
Orange County | CA | | Posted: 2:51 AM on 06.09.10
->> Stupid question, but can you recover images after you've shot on the card again? I have no idea what happened to about a dozen images that I shot on Friday. I deleted the cards because I needed them again on Saturday.

I believe I am SOL.
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Dennis Wierzbicki, Photographer
Plainfield | IL | USA | Posted: 6:36 AM on 06.09.10
->> Heston - not sure what happens technically on the card when you run PhotoRescue, but when I've had to do this, I've discovered assorted images from weeks or even months previous, after multiple card re-formattings. Not all the images, mind you, but some of them. So I guess that means my answer to your question is "maybe, if you're lucky".
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Geoffrey Bolte, Photographer, Assistant
Spencer/Worcester | MA | USA | Posted: 8:00 AM on 06.09.10
->> Heston you may be able to find them even after shooting again. As long as the new images didn't overwrite the old data you should be able to recover them. I had to run a recovery on one of my 4gb cards not to long ago and got stuff from almost 6 months ago as it wasn't overwritten. So there is a good chance you might be able to get them back.
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Heston Quan, Photographer
Orange County | CA | | Posted: 2:16 PM on 06.09.10
->> Booyah!! Downloaded the demo and went through all my cards and the very last one (of course) that I miraculously didn't shoot with, but had deleted, had the images on them!I think I'll go buy a lottery ticket!

Thanks all!
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