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Question about Image Rescue
Ken Blaze, Photographer
Cleveland | OH | USA | Posted: 8:40 PM on 05.03.12
->> I've got a friend who just purchased a d7000 and the first thing he shot with it is this big school scene with 180 seniors in the shape of a 12. He later goes to get the photos and the do not appear on the camera anymore. Other cards are working fine. He's got Image Rescue 4. So he uses that and he can see the thumbnails, but he still can't get them off the card. The recover button is greyed out. Anybody got any other options? Suggestions? I told him he could read the replies here. I may not be able to respond again tonight for a while.
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Craig Mitchelldyer, Photographer, Assistant
Portland | OR | USA | Posted: 9:32 PM on 05.03.12
->> it might mean he has not registered or has a non serial number version. I recommend he get photo rescue its well worth the $29 and works every time. It will even find things on that card from 6 months ago.
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Ken Blaze, Photographer
Cleveland | OH | USA | Posted: 12:32 AM on 05.04.12
->> Thanks Craig. He was registered with Image Rescue ..... but Photo rescue did the trick. He asked that I pass along his thanks!
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Kent Miller, Photographer
New York | NY | USA | Posted: 12:45 PM on 05.05.12
->> As a side note.
I have had issues with a card not being read by a rescue app.
My work around was to format the card in the camera. It will not destroy the images as long as you don't take any shots with the card in question. It will only replace the old (corrupt) directory with a new one. Then take the card into your rescue app of choice and it will most likely read the files fine. Works for me. I found images from years ago still on the card. Best of luck.
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