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    Default how to get back deleted photos??

    hi,,,,

    i am using sone cybershot with sony sd card to capture photos. last week when i was traneferring photos from camera to my computer, my kid disconnected the USB cable and few of my photos are gone. can somebody tell me how to recover them.
    am using win 7 on my computer

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    Quote Originally Posted by athlon123 View Post
    hi,,,,

    i am using sone cybershot with sony sd card to capture photos. last week when i was traneferring photos from camera to my computer, my kid disconnected the USB cable and few of my photos are gone. can somebody tell me how to recover them.
    am using win 7 on my computer
    hi athlon if there on your sd card cant you just start again sending them to your computer the files should not have been removed from your card ?

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    Default Re: how to get back deleted photos??

    Hi athlon,

    Your photos might still exist on SD card, check once. If you didn't find, then they might be deleted. Don't worry still you have another option to get your photos. Using some http://www.photorecoverysoftware.org...jpg-files.html you can recover all your lost photos irrespective of the file format before overwriting the SD card with new data.

    If you have not yet used your card after losing photos, then http://www.remosoftware.com/remo-recover-windows.exe a good software, evaluate once and recover all your lost photos.

    Good Luck.

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    Smile easy way to recover photo

    http://www.digitalphotorecovery.org/...lr-camera.html can be done in very easy way as some recovery software recovers deleted photos from camera as data still remains on hard disk before it is overwritten by another files. i was to unaware of this but when i was going through the digital image processing research i came to know the way how data is still recoverable from storage system. just http://www.remosoftware.com/remo-recover-windows.exe some standard software and get recovered photos.


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    Digital camera stores valuable images as well as videos which may turn into inaccessible due to various reasons like virus infection, accidental deletion and intentional storage formatting. Such issues can be resolved by using effective and trusted photo recovery software. You can use Kernel for windows data recovery software, a reliable and effective recovery software for retrieving your valuable photos that have got corrupted by any means.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Albert_Eines View Post
    Digital camera stores valuable images as well as videos which may turn into inaccessible due to various reasons like virus infection, accidental deletion and intentional storage formatting. Such issues can be resolved by using effective and trusted photo recovery software. You can use Kernel for windows data recovery software, a reliable and effective recovery software for retrieving your valuable photos that have got corrupted by any means.
    Thank you Albert for recommending a specific software application for photo recovery. I would surely love to try that. When I had my Sony Cybershot DSC-H3 before and since it changed hands among my siblings, one of them accidentally deleted all the photos that I had in the camera's SD card. All I did was cry and cry because they were precious photos. I never really thought about checking all about the problem online. When I saw the title of this forum, I was definitely determined to check it out. Thanks! Now, I am more confident about knowing what to do later when this sort of things will happen again.

    Click here for the http://digitalcamerareviewsandinfo.com.

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    Connect the camera to your computer again with the usb cable, and then you can use data recovery software to scan the sony sd card and find out the lost photos. The video here shows you how to do it step by step: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ipWzgNVBK3I

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