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Recovering old photo's

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    RichardvL is offline Junior Member
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    Default Recovering old photo's

    Hi there'

    Like 1 year ago i lost a cd with a lot of photo's i had made.

    I've been searching for it, but have lost faith in finding it again.

    Now i've found this program, and it gives me hope for recovering the photo's.

    I still have the camera with the memory stick wich i have made all the photo's that i've lost.

    The photo's were made with this camera arround 2005 and up.

    I havent bought this program yet, i just downloaded it to check it out.

    So i scanned the memory stick and all it found were like 30 pics that have recently been deleted.

    Now the question is.

    Can i recover my photo's from years ago?
    Last edited by RichardvL; 12-09-2010 at 08:56 AM.

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    When deleted data is overwritten by new data it is destroyed.

    So if you had a 10mb card, filled it up with 10 x 1mb photos, then deleted them, then took 8 more photos, the best chance you have is to recover 2 photos only.
    Graham Henley
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    www.recovermyfiles.com

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    BINDY9786464 is offline Junior Member
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    What is recover 2 photos???? Can you explain it briefly???


    Thanks

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    In the scenario, 8 photos have been overwritten leaving only 2 of the old photos that are recoverable.
    Graham Henley
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    www.recovermyfiles.com

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