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Recovering deleted files from SD card

guidoa 16 1.4k United Kingdom
25 Jul 2013 1:49PM
Attended my grandson's wedding the other day and took over 200 photos and videos using Canon G15. I hasten to add I was not the official photographer. When we got back was going to upload to Ipad but accidentally deleted the files! Using a recovery programme managed to retrieve the photos but not the videos. The message I got was that the videos were corrupted. Does any one know of a specialist recovery programme? If so would be grateful for details, as this is leading to strained relations with"her indoors"! Thanks

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keithh Plus
14 25.4k 33 Wallis And Futuna
25 Jul 2013 5:28PM
Sandisk Recue Pro recovers video and is probably one of the better pieces of software. It's not free but its not a fortune and you can try before you buy. Download and run it and it will give you a preview of what it is capable of rescuing before you spend your money.

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ST 6 33 United Kingdom
25 Jul 2013 7:04PM
You could try Recuva its free download and may help, worth a try.
guidoa 16 1.4k United Kingdom
25 Jul 2013 7:38PM
Thanks for help, have tried both, they both say files are corrupted.
Dann 4 248
25 Jul 2013 8:45PM
What keithh said.

PM me your details Guido and I will give you a code that is valid for a year (Recently bought some new media and the code comes free)

(Be quick - I'm away for the weekend from around 5pm tomorrow! Wink )
annettep38 Plus
6 218 40 Costa Rica
26 Jul 2013 8:57AM
REmo recover did a very good job for me, well priced and very efficient for any sort of file, really good on twirled or stubborn CFs and external and internal HD. Has saved my guts many times in the business or for the pics, we often get power cuts and that does all sort of things
guidoa 16 1.4k United Kingdom
26 Jul 2013 9:47AM
Annettep - the problem is that the video files are corrupted, I dont know if corrupted files can be recovered.
miptog 12 3.6k 61 United Kingdom
26 Jul 2013 11:06PM
The vid files may not be corrupted as it could be that the recovery software that you are using is unable to read them, or recover them, and displays a "corrupted" message.

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