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accidentally deleted pictures

by lilwaxy300 / March 26, 2006 4:30 AM PST

while on a cruise i took about 200 pictures. I was looking through them and deleting some because they were bad pictures. While i was doing this i accidentally hit erase all instead of just erase. Is there a way to get back the erased pictures?

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Hit erase on what? The camera, the computer, ???
by Kiddpeat / March 26, 2006 6:04 AM PST

If you are talking about a camera memory card, take it out of the camera and don't use it. Find a camera store that can recover the images from the card.

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accidental link.
by R. Proffitt Forum moderator / March 26, 2006 6:24 AM PST
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Accidental link
by taboma / March 26, 2006 8:42 AM PST
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Bob, interesting site.
I was going to suggest ImageRecall.com
Kiddpeat had good advise and not to use the card at all once this happens.
I had my card completely restored and all images using ImageRecall.
In my case I did not delete all. I went to reformat the card which is even worse.
Whatever method this person chooses. Do not use the card at all!!! Important not to take another picture shot.
If you do, all is gone.
Use one of the methods suggested here.

Happens all the time unfortunately. Even for me, darn it!
Live and learn.

-Kevin

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To 5Terre from the Forum Moderator
by snapshot2 Forum moderator / May 4, 2009 8:10 AM PDT

There is a fine line between being informative and producing advertisements.

You have crossed that line.

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