case. Second, if you don't have a card reader, you should get one. Third, obtain recovery software to obtain the images from the memory card.
The program I have used recently, is Rescue Pro from San Disk. It costs $40 as a download. Others may know of a lesser cost option.
hi there. i have a canon a85 and i guess i was flipping through images and deleting some of them all too fast because i think i have corrupted something. one frame shows the image very small and underneath says data corrupted. and anothe frame, it doesnt show the image, it just says data corrupted and ?.
what happened and what do i do? thing is, the 2 images with the supposed corruption, i dont really care about them. its the others i really care about (i have another 150 to 200 images) and i am a little nervous that its not only those 2 frames/images that are corrupted.
is it possible the entire card (all teh photos) have a problem?
what is the best thing to do in the situation to not lose any of the photos, or just lose those 2 and not the rest?
and if i download onto a disc, could the corruption move to the disc and corrput that?
these are irreplaceable images and mean a lot to me, so any insight would be great. thanks so much.