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03/24/2010 04:17:08 PM · #1
ok im freaking out.

i formatted my memory card

i did a photoshoot,

i tried to import them to lightroom

all the stuff i formatted was still there(even though they didnt show up in camera

all the stuff i just took is said to be corrupted

now what the hell do i do?!?!?!?!
03/24/2010 04:18:35 PM · #2
"Formatted" with the computer or with the camera?

R.
03/24/2010 04:20:31 PM · #3
camera
03/24/2010 04:24:19 PM · #4
I've had success retrieving files after a format with the undelete plus program found here.
03/24/2010 04:25:52 PM · #5
but i didnt delete the ones i just took. the ones i DID format returned from the grave without my request, while the ones from my most recent photoshoot are mysteriously missing(or corrupt as my computer puts it). im so upset:(
03/24/2010 04:26:31 PM · #6
Originally posted by LadyK:

camera


Then I find it very odd that this happened to you :-(

Unfortunately I have no advice re: which recovery software works best, as I've yet to have to do this for myself...

R.
03/24/2010 04:27:05 PM · #7
im just going to sit here and cry i think
03/24/2010 04:31:04 PM · #8
When you put the card back in the camera, can you see the shots on the camera back?
If so, then the camera can see the shots at least.

It's worth a try.
If the camera can see them, then you may have luck transferring them via the camera hooked up to your PC.
03/24/2010 04:31:20 PM · #9
Originally posted by LadyK:

im just going to sit here and cry i think


Sounds like a plan. I recommend a dish of ice cream as well :-)

R.
03/24/2010 04:36:18 PM · #10
Originally posted by Bear_Music:

Originally posted by LadyK:

im just going to sit here and cry i think


Sounds like a plan. I recommend a dish of ice cream as well :-)

R.


fricken excellent idea
03/24/2010 04:38:06 PM · #11
Originally posted by shanksware:

When you put the card back in the camera, can you see the shots on the camera back?
If so, then the camera can see the shots at least.

It's worth a try.
If the camera can see them, then you may have luck transferring them via the camera hooked up to your PC.


it says 'cant playback image'

i am so f*cking upset
03/24/2010 04:39:19 PM · #12
Then it's definitely time for the ice cream.
03/24/2010 04:40:07 PM · #13
if its a Sandisk card, don't they usually come with recovery software? Both of mine did.

If it isn't Sandisk then... hmmm...
03/24/2010 04:41:17 PM · #14
Chocolate is always good too.

When you were shooting did you chimp any of the shots and they were viewable?
Sounds like your mem card has gone up the spout (not what you wanna hear I know)

Data recovery may help honestly, get a low level recovery tool and leave it on soak all night while you eat tons of ice cream and chocolate.

I sincerely wish you all the best
03/24/2010 04:46:13 PM · #15
i have vanilla and marionberry pie. that'll have to do.

so...

and its a transcend.

so...

i hate the world
03/24/2010 04:48:19 PM · #16
Originally posted by shanksware:

I've had success retrieving files after a format with the undelete plus program found here.


that program just shows up as computer speak...

does anyone else have a program i can use? please?
03/24/2010 04:55:27 PM · #17
Originally posted by LadyK:

ok im freaking out.

i formatted my memory card

i did a photoshoot,

i tried to import them to lightroom

all the stuff i formatted was still there(even though they didnt show up in camera

all the stuff i just took is said to be corrupted

now what the hell do i do?!?!?!?!


Have you tried PC inspector Smart Recovery? There's even a free version. I had the same problem last week, and it recovered pretty much all my files
03/24/2010 04:56:33 PM · #18
I've had great luck with Sandisk RescuePro

Message edited by author 2010-03-24 16:56:40.
03/24/2010 04:57:07 PM · #19
If it's a Sandisk card, try the recovery software that comes with the card. Otherwise, there are some good threads here linking to various recovery software. If you have not overwritten anything, you should be able to recover everything.
03/24/2010 04:57:33 PM · #20
i have a Mac

BUT i have a PC too. i can use that

Message edited by author 2010-03-24 16:57:52.
03/24/2010 05:05:52 PM · #21
This is a free photo recovery programme - I have not used it but it's worth a try

//www.mjmdatarecovery.co.uk/memory-data-recovery/freephotorecoverysoftware.html


03/24/2010 05:09:23 PM · #22
i've had good experience with zero assumption software
zero assumption


Message edited by author 2010-03-24 17:10:13.
03/24/2010 05:13:45 PM · #23
Originally posted by karmat:

i've had good experience with zero assumption software
zero assumption


ok this program is doing its thing
03/24/2010 05:24:46 PM · #24
Good luck, Katherine!
03/24/2010 05:25:17 PM · #25
Originally posted by citymars:

Good luck, Katherine!


thanks:(

and i hate too much ice cream and have a tummy ache now:(

the world is out to get me today me thinks
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