Is there only one freeware hd sd card format recovery tool?

Discussion in 'Digital Photography' started by Donna Ohl, Oct 26, 2008.

  1. Donna Ohl

    Donna Ohl Guest

    Is there only 1 freeware application to recover formatted HDSD cards?

    I accidentally pressed the format button on my Nikon and now the 4GB HD SD
    card says it has no images. I removed the HDSD flash card immediately after
    recognizing the problem (one photograph later).

    I need your help. So far, on WinXP, I failed to recover the formatted JPG
    photos using "Free Undelete", "PC_File Recovery", and "PCInspector File
    Recovery". Maybe

    Do you have a recommendation for the best freeware to recover the JPEGs?

    Googling, I find payware such as "Flash File Recovery"
    (http://www.panterasoft.com/) or shareware such as "Undelete SD Card"
    (http://undelete-sd-card.flashundeletecom.downloadsoftware4free.com/).

    But I can find only one freeware SD card recovery application named "Smart
    Recovery" (http://www.softwarepatch.com/software/smartrecovery.html), which
    didn't work for me so I'd like to try another freeware flash card recovery
    tool.

    Is there only one freeware sd-card format recovery tool for digital photo
    recovery undelete? Do you know of another we can try?
     
    Donna Ohl, Oct 26, 2008
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  2. Donna Ohl

    Johnw Guest

    Donna Ohl was thinking very hard :
    > Is there only 1 freeware application to recover formatted HDSD cards?
    > I accidentally pressed the format button on my Nikon and now the 4GB HD SD
    > card says it has no images. I removed the HDSD flash card immediately after
    > recognizing the problem (one photograph later).
    > I need your help. So far, on WinXP, I failed to recover the formatted JPG
    > photos using "Free Undelete", "PC_File Recovery", and "PCInspector File
    > Recovery". Maybe
    > Do you have a recommendation for the best freeware to recover the JPEGs?
    > Googling, I find payware such as "Flash File Recovery"
    > (http://www.panterasoft.com/) or shareware such as "Undelete SD Card"
    > (http://undelete-sd-card.flashundeletecom.downloadsoftware4free.com/).
    > But I can find only one freeware SD card recovery application named "Smart
    > Recovery" (http://www.softwarepatch.com/software/smartrecovery.html), which
    > didn't work for me so I'd like to try another freeware flash card recovery
    > tool.
    > Is there only one freeware sd-card format recovery tool for digital photo
    > recovery undelete? Do you know of another we can try?


    Smart Recovery
    http://www.softwarepatch.com/software/smartrecovery.html

    Rostrum Camera
    http://www.price-media.demon.co.uk/rostrum.html

    Restoration
    http://www.snapfiles.com/get/restoration.html
    http://www.collina.us/files/REST2514.htm
    http://www.all-freeware.com/
    http://hccweb1.bai.ne.jp/~hcj58401/
    http://web.telecom.cz/vlaso/cestiny/pr_/restor2514.htm



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    Johnw, Oct 26, 2008
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  3. Donna Ohl

    Dave Guest

    On Sat, 25 Oct 2008 19:27:47 -0700, Donna Ohl wrote:

    > Is there only 1 freeware application to recover formatted HDSD cards?
    >
    > I accidentally pressed the format button on my Nikon and now the 4GB HD
    > SD card says it has no images. I removed the HDSD flash card immediately
    > after recognizing the problem (one photograph later).
    >
    > I need your help. So far, on WinXP, I failed to recover the formatted
    > JPG photos using "Free Undelete", "PC_File Recovery", and "PCInspector
    > File Recovery". Maybe
    >
    > Do you have a recommendation for the best freeware to recover the JPEGs?
    >
    > Googling, I find payware such as "Flash File Recovery"
    > (http://www.panterasoft.com/) or shareware such as "Undelete SD Card"
    > (http://undelete-sd-card.flashundeletecom.downloadsoftware4free.com/).
    >
    > But I can find only one freeware SD card recovery application named
    > "Smart Recovery"
    > (http://www.softwarepatch.com/software/smartrecovery.html), which didn't
    > work for me so I'd like to try another freeware flash card recovery
    > tool.
    >
    > Is there only one freeware sd-card format recovery tool for digital
    > photo recovery undelete? Do you know of another we can try?


    Try Photorec,works on Windows,Linux,BSD,Solaris and Mac.Ignores the file
    system and just goes after the raw data.
    http://www.cgsecurity.org/wiki/PhotoRec
    The companion program Testdisk might help too if Photorec doesn't cut it.
    Testdisk recovers entire partitions

    Dave



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    Dave, Oct 26, 2008
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  4. Donna Ohl

    Johnw Guest

    Donna Ohl submitted this idea :
    > Is there only 1 freeware application to recover formatted HDSD cards?
    > Is there only one freeware sd-card format recovery tool for digital photo
    > recovery undelete? Do you know of another we can try?


    Few more.

    Turbo File Uneraser
    http://www.freewarepub.org/freewareshowone.asp?sterm=Turbo File Uneraser
    http://www.fdrlab.com/software/tfu.html

    Recuva
    http://www.recuva.com/

    eDATA Unerase
    http://www.softpedia.com/get/System/Back-Up-and-Recovery/eDATA-Unerase-personal-edition.shtml
    http://www.octanesoft.com/data_recovery_free_edition.html



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  5. Donna Ohl

    Donna Ohl Guest

    On Sun, 26 Oct 2008 02:53:48 +0000 (UTC), Dave wrote:
    > The companion program Testdisk might help too if Photorec doesn't cut it.


    Hi Johnw and Dave,

    Thank you for the excellent pointers. It seems that there's a lot of
    advertiserware given the common google search terms for HD SD flash card
    formatted data recovery.

    I have to run out to a Halloween party but will try each of these below
    until I can recover the formatted JPEGs on my 4GB HD SD flash card.

    1. PhotoRec http://www.cgsecurity.org/wiki/PhotoRec
    2. TestDisk http://www.cgsecurity.org/wiki/TestDisk
    3. Smart Recovery http://www.softwarepatch.com/software/smartrecovery.html
    4. Rostrum Camera http://www.price-media.demon.co.uk/rostrum.html
    5. Restoration http://www.snapfiles.com/get/restoration.html
    6. Zero Assumption Digital Image Recovery
    http://www.snapfiles.com/get/zaimagerecovery.html
    7. More Digital Image Recovery
    http://www.s2services.com/cameraundeletefreeware.htm
    8. Art Plus Digital Photo Recovery http://www.artplus.hr/adapps/eng/dpr.htm
    9. Undelete SD Card
    http://undelete-sd-card.flashundeletecom.downloadsoftware4free.com

    Hopefully one of these will work!
     
    Donna Ohl, Oct 26, 2008
    #5
  6. Donna Ohl

    Donna Ohl Guest

    On Sun, 26 Oct 2008 12:08:58 +0900, Johnw wrote:
    > Few more.


    Hi Johnw,

    I just realized I'm not sure how to safely mount the formatted SD card so
    I'll just leave it in the camera to hook up the mini usb connection to the
    usb port of the Windows PC.

    Here is the freeware list purported to help us recover from a formatted HD
    SD flash card with JPGs from a Nikon camera. We will soon find out which
    ones work and which do not.

    PhotoRec
    http://www.cgsecurity.org/wiki/PhotoRec

    TestDisk
    http://www.cgsecurity.org/wiki/TestDisk

    Smart Recovery
    http://www.softwarepatch.com/software/smartrecovery.html

    Rostrum Camera
    http://www.price-media.demon.co.uk/rostrum.html

    Restoration
    http://www.snapfiles.com/get/restoration.html

    Zero Assumption Digital Image Recovery
    http://www.z-a-recovery.com/digital-image-recovery.htm

    More Digital Image Recovery
    http://www.s2services.com/cameraundeletefreeware.htm

    Art Plus Digital Photo Recovery
    http://www.artplus.hr/adapps/eng/dpr.htm

    Undelete SD Card
    http://undelete-sd-card.flashundeletecom.downloadsoftware4free.com/

    Turbo File Uneraser
    http://www.fdrlab.com/software/tfu.html

    Recuva
    http://www.recuva.com/

    eDATA Unerase
    http://www.octanesoft.com/data_recovery_free_edition.html
     
    Donna Ohl, Oct 26, 2008
    #6
  7. Donna Ohl

    ray Guest

    On Sat, 25 Oct 2008 19:27:47 -0700, Donna Ohl wrote:

    > Is there only 1 freeware application to recover formatted HDSD cards?
    >
    > I accidentally pressed the format button on my Nikon and now the 4GB HD
    > SD card says it has no images. I removed the HDSD flash card immediately
    > after recognizing the problem (one photograph later).
    >
    > I need your help. So far, on WinXP, I failed to recover the formatted
    > JPG photos using "Free Undelete", "PC_File Recovery", and "PCInspector
    > File Recovery". Maybe
    >
    > Do you have a recommendation for the best freeware to recover the JPEGs?
    >
    > Googling, I find payware such as "Flash File Recovery"
    > (http://www.panterasoft.com/) or shareware such as "Undelete SD Card"
    > (http://undelete-sd-card.flashundeletecom.downloadsoftware4free.com/).
    >
    > But I can find only one freeware SD card recovery application named
    > "Smart Recovery"
    > (http://www.softwarepatch.com/software/smartrecovery.html), which didn't
    > work for me so I'd like to try another freeware flash card recovery
    > tool.
    >
    > Is there only one freeware sd-card format recovery tool for digital
    > photo recovery undelete? Do you know of another we can try?


    No there is not only one. I would first use dd on a Linux system to make a
    copy of the card memory. I'd then use one of several Linux utilities to
    recover the data. Really quite an easy process - I've recovered entire
    partitions from failed hard disk drives.
     
    ray, Oct 26, 2008
    #7
  8. Donna Ohl

    Donna Ohl Guest

    On 26 Oct 2008 15:02:00 GMT, ray wrote:
    > No there is not only one. I would first use dd on a Linux system to make a
    > copy of the card memory. I'd then use one of several Linux utilities to
    > recover the data. Really quite an easy process - I've recovered entire
    > partitions from failed hard disk drives.


    Hi Ray,

    Thank you so much for the dd "data definition" (aka "copy and convert")
    formatted-flash-drive recovery advice.

    The original Dd version 0.3 convert and copy freeware seems to be here:
    http://uranus.it.swin.edu.au/~jn/linux/rawwrite/dd-old.htm

    I found the latest Windows Dd version 0.5 here:
    http://www.chrysocome.net/dd

    I also found a removable media recovery tutorial using that Windows
    freeware "dd" command, written by Intel, published October 8, 2008 at:
    http://software.intel.com/en-us/articles/dd-for-windows

    The Intel recommended dd recovery steps for Windows appears to be:
    * Download dd for Windows
    * Get the name of the HDSD drive
    * Dump the HDSD flash card image to a hard disk or a USB pen drive

    My main problem will be getting the Windows dd freeware syntax correct:
    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Dd_(Unix)

    The manual page documents Windows Dd freeware syntax as:
    dd [bs=SIZE[SUFFIX]] [count=BLOCKS[SUFFIX]] if=FILE of=FILE
    [seek=BLOCKS[SUFFIX]] [skip=BLOCKS[SUFFIX]] [--size] [--list] [--progress]

    I'll have to try this and write up a tutorial for others to benefit.

    Thanks,
    Donna
     
    Donna Ohl, Oct 26, 2008
    #8
  9. Donna Ohl

    Donna Ohl Guest

    Any idea what to change in this Windows dd freeware backup of an SD card?
    c:\freeware\> dd if=\\.\f of=\\.\c:\flashcard.img

    Here is the procedure I followed so that others can benefit when they
    accidentally format a full HDSD 4GB Nikon camera flash card.

    0. Download Dd copy and convert freeware for Windows at
    http://www.chrysocome.net/dd

    1. Place Dd in your Windows path or in your apppaths registry key:
    c:\freeware\> path
    c:\freeware\> regedit
    HKLM\Software\Microsoft\Windows\CurrentVersion\App Paths
    Dd.exe = c:\freeware\filespec\Dd\dd.exe

    2. Test your dd syntax:
    c:\freeware\> dd -help
    rawwrite dd for windows version 0.5.
    Written by John Newbigin <>
    This program is covered by the GPL.
    dd [bs=SIZE] [count=BLOCKS] [if=FILE] [of=FILE] [seek=BLOCKS] [skip=BLOCKS]
    [--size] [--list] [--progress]
    SIZE and BLOCKS may have one of the following suffix:
    k = 1024
    M = 1048576
    G = 1073741824
    default block size (bs) is 512 bytes
    skip specifies the starting offset of the input file (if)
    seek specifies the starting offset of the output file (of)

    3. Plug in the accidentally formatted HDSD flash card to the PC.
    WARNING: Not all flash card adapters handle the high density 4GB SD flash
    cards!

    4. List all drives hooked up to your Windows freeware PC:
    c:\freeware\> dd --list > foo.txt
    Look for the keywords "removeable media"
    ....
    \\.\Volume{6371aa1a-1763-11db-5582-f0a1c172badf}\
    link to \\?\Device\HarddiskVolume1
    fixed media
    Mounted on \\.\c:
    ....
    \\.\Volume{4688f2aa-4195-11dc-d4a5-0016b6f93e11}\
    link to \\?\Device\Harddisk1\DP(1)0-0+e
    removeable media
    Mounted on \\.\f:

    5. Dump the HD SD flash card JPG images to your hard disk:
    c:\freeware\> dd if=\\.\f of=\\.\c:\flashcard.img

    But, I get the error:
    rawwrite dd for windows version 0.5.
    Written by John Newbigin <>
    This program is covered by the GPL. See copying.txt for details
    Error opening input file: 2 The system cannot find the file specified

    Any idea what to change in this Windows dd freeware backup of an SD card?
    c:\freeware\> dd if=\\.\f of=\\.\c:\flashcard.img
     
    Donna Ohl, Oct 26, 2008
    #9
  10. On Sun, 26 Oct 2008 08:53:12 -0700, Donna Ohl wrote:

    > Hi Ray,
    >
    > Thank you so much for the dd "data definition" (aka "copy and convert")
    > formatted-flash-drive recovery advice.


    Hi Donna so good to see you.

    Not.

    <plonk>
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    I pinged a host that wasn't there
    It wasn't there again today
    The host resolved to NSA.
     
    §ñühw¤£f, Oct 26, 2008
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  11. Donna Ohl

    Donna Ohl Guest

    On Sun, 26 Oct 2008 10:25:57 -0700, Donna Ohl wrote:

    > Any idea what to change in this Windows dd freeware backup of an SD card?
    > c:\freeware\> dd if=\\.\f of=\\.\c:\flashcard.img


    I figured out the syntax to recover the entire contents of an accidentally
    formatted 4GB HD SD camera flash memory card using Windows dd freeware
    (http://www.chrysocome.net/dd).

    1. Locate the desired removable media
    c:\> dd --list
    ..........
    \\.\Volume{4688f2aa-4195-11dc-d4a5-0016b6f93e11}\
    link to \\?\Device\Harddisk1\DP(1)0-0+e
    removeable media
    Mounted on \\.\f:
    ..........
    2. Copy the formatted flash drive's previous content to your PC hard disk:
    c:\> dd if=\\.\f: of=\\.\c:\flashcard.img

    It's currently working now so I'll let you know if I've been able to
    recover all the previous contents of the camera flash memory card, even
    content long ago deleted.

    Donna
     
    Donna Ohl, Oct 26, 2008
    #11
  12. Donna Ohl

    Roger Hunt Guest

    In article <ge29er$s28$>, §ñühw¤£f <> writes
    >On Sun, 26 Oct 2008 08:53:12 -0700, Donna Ohl wrote:
    >
    >> Hi Ray,
    >>
    >> Thank you so much for the dd "data definition" (aka "copy and convert")
    >> formatted-flash-drive recovery advice.

    >
    >Hi Donna so good to see you.
    >
    >Not.
    >
    ><plonk>


    LOL
    --
    Roger Hunt
     
    Roger Hunt, Oct 26, 2008
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  13. Donna Ohl

    Donna Ohl Guest

    On Sun, 26 Oct 2008 11:30:17 -0700, Donna Ohl wrote:
    > It's currently working now so I'll let you know if I've been able to
    > recover all the previous contents of the camera flash memory card, even
    > content long ago deleted.


    Hmmm.... Now that I've got the 1,983,620 KB flash card image on my hard
    drive, how do we access the resulting file on Windows?


    C:\tmp>dd if=\\.\f: of=\\.\c:\flashcard.img --progress
    rawwrite dd for windows version 0.5.
    Written by John Newbigin <>
    This program is covered by the GPL. See copying.txt for details
    2,031,226,368
    3967239+0 records in
    3967239+0 records out
     
    Donna Ohl, Oct 26, 2008
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  14. Donna Ohl

    Donna Ohl Guest

    On Sun, 26 Oct 2008 12:28:54 -0700, Donna Ohl wrote:
    > C:\tmp>dd if=\\.\f: of=\\.\c:\flashcard.img --progress


    Well I'll be. I don't know how or why it worked, but all I did was taken
    another flash card and reverse the Windows Dd freeware command above.

    That second flash card worked just fine with all the pictures intact. I
    can't believe it worked but all is well now.

    What I still don't know how to do is how to mount the first
    c:\flashcard.img bit-for-bit copy of the flash card as a disk.

    Does anyone know how to mount a file as a removable disk in Winxp?
     
    Donna Ohl, Oct 27, 2008
    #14
  15. Donna Ohl

    Fred Sanders Guest

    On Sun, 26 Oct 2008 20:00:29 -0700, Donna Ohl wrote:

    > Does anyone know how to mount a file as a removable disk in Winxp?


    Ever end a post without a ??????
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    Kevin O'Neill. YUMMIE!
     
    Fred Sanders, Oct 27, 2008
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  16. Donna Ohl

    Franklin Guest

    On Sun 26 Oct08 17:30, §ñühw¤£f <> wrote in
    <news:ge29er$s28$>:

    > On Sun, 26 Oct 2008 08:53:12 -0700, Donna Ohl wrote:
    >
    >> Hi Ray,
    >>
    >> Thank you so much for the dd "data definition" (aka "copy and
    >> convert") formatted-flash-drive recovery advice.

    >
    > Hi Donna so good to see you.
    >
    > Not.
    >
    > <plonk>



    Wise.
     
    Franklin, Oct 27, 2008
    #16
  17. Donna Ohl

    ray Guest

    On Sun, 26 Oct 2008 08:53:12 -0700, Donna Ohl wrote:

    > On 26 Oct 2008 15:02:00 GMT, ray wrote:
    >> No there is not only one. I would first use dd on a Linux system to
    >> make a copy of the card memory. I'd then use one of several Linux
    >> utilities to recover the data. Really quite an easy process - I've
    >> recovered entire partitions from failed hard disk drives.

    >
    > Hi Ray,
    >
    > Thank you so much for the dd "data definition" (aka "copy and convert")
    > formatted-flash-drive recovery advice.
    >
    > The original Dd version 0.3 convert and copy freeware seems to be here:
    > http://uranus.it.swin.edu.au/~jn/linux/rawwrite/dd-old.htm
    >
    > I found the latest Windows Dd version 0.5 here:
    > http://www.chrysocome.net/dd
    >
    > I also found a removable media recovery tutorial using that Windows
    > freeware "dd" command, written by Intel, published October 8, 2008 at:
    > http://software.intel.com/en-us/articles/dd-for-windows
    >
    > The Intel recommended dd recovery steps for Windows appears to be: *
    > Download dd for Windows
    > * Get the name of the HDSD drive
    > * Dump the HDSD flash card image to a hard disk or a USB pen drive
    >
    > My main problem will be getting the Windows dd freeware syntax correct:
    > http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Dd_(Unix)
    >
    > The manual page documents Windows Dd freeware syntax as: dd
    > [bs=SIZE[SUFFIX]] [count=BLOCKS[SUFFIX]] if=FILE of=FILE
    > [seek=BLOCKS[SUFFIX]] [skip=BLOCKS[SUFFIX]] [--size] [--list]
    > [--progress]
    >
    > I'll have to try this and write up a tutorial for others to benefit.
    >
    > Thanks,
    > Donna


    FWIW: in Linux, the sytax I've used is:

    dd if=/dev/sda of=filename conv=noerror conv=sync

    noerror is needed to keep going past errors while sync is needed to fill
    bad reads with nulls rather than just truncate, which would mess
    everything up. Good luck.
     
    ray, Oct 27, 2008
    #17
  18. Donna Ohl

    ray Guest

    On Sun, 26 Oct 2008 20:00:29 -0700, Donna Ohl wrote:

    > On Sun, 26 Oct 2008 12:28:54 -0700, Donna Ohl wrote:
    >> C:\tmp>dd if=\\.\f: of=\\.\c:\flashcard.img --progress

    >
    > Well I'll be. I don't know how or why it worked, but all I did was taken
    > another flash card and reverse the Windows Dd freeware command above.
    >
    > That second flash card worked just fine with all the pictures intact. I
    > can't believe it worked but all is well now.
    >
    > What I still don't know how to do is how to mount the first
    > c:\flashcard.img bit-for-bit copy of the flash card as a disk.
    >
    > Does anyone know how to mount a file as a removable disk in Winxp?


    I don't know how in MS, in Linux you do a simple mount command using the
    loopback facility.
     
    ray, Oct 27, 2008
    #18
  19. On 27 Oct 2008 15:24:53 GMT, ray wrote:

    > On Sun, 26 Oct 2008 20:00:29 -0700, Donna Ohl wrote:
    >
    >> On Sun, 26 Oct 2008 12:28:54 -0700, Donna Ohl wrote:
    >>> C:\tmp>dd if=\\.\f: of=\\.\c:\flashcard.img --progress

    >>
    >> Well I'll be. I don't know how or why it worked, but all I did was taken
    >> another flash card and reverse the Windows Dd freeware command above.
    >>
    >> That second flash card worked just fine with all the pictures intact. I
    >> can't believe it worked but all is well now.
    >>
    >> What I still don't know how to do is how to mount the first
    >> c:\flashcard.img bit-for-bit copy of the flash card as a disk.
    >>
    >> Does anyone know how to mount a file as a removable disk in Winxp?

    >
    > I don't know how in MS, in Linux you do a simple mount command using the
    > loopback facility.


    Look, a fish!
     
    Donavan Jeffrey Hammond-Hammond, Oct 27, 2008
    #19
  20. Donna Ohl

    ray Guest

    On Sat, 25 Oct 2008 19:27:47 -0700, Donna Ohl wrote:

    > Is there only 1 freeware application to recover formatted HDSD cards?
    >
    > I accidentally pressed the format button on my Nikon and now the 4GB HD
    > SD card says it has no images. I removed the HDSD flash card immediately
    > after recognizing the problem (one photograph later).
    >
    > I need your help. So far, on WinXP, I failed to recover the formatted
    > JPG photos using "Free Undelete", "PC_File Recovery", and "PCInspector
    > File Recovery". Maybe
    >
    > Do you have a recommendation for the best freeware to recover the JPEGs?
    >
    > Googling, I find payware such as "Flash File Recovery"
    > (http://www.panterasoft.com/) or shareware such as "Undelete SD Card"
    > (http://undelete-sd-card.flashundeletecom.downloadsoftware4free.com/).
    >
    > But I can find only one freeware SD card recovery application named
    > "Smart Recovery"
    > (http://www.softwarepatch.com/software/smartrecovery.html), which didn't
    > work for me so I'd like to try another freeware flash card recovery
    > tool.
    >
    > Is there only one freeware sd-card format recovery tool for digital
    > photo recovery undelete? Do you know of another we can try?


    Seems like you have things under control - if I was of any help, I'm glad.
    FWIW I would suggest you download all the pictures from the new card and
    then try to format both of them in the camera. Were you in the habit of
    erasing photos on the card and then continuing? I have heard of cards
    being corrupted with much file deletion happening over time - the cards
    use an MS FAT file system, but considering that camera processors are
    somewhat underpowered and on camera memory is somewhat limited, I
    understand that they have less than a fully implemented driver. I've
    always just taken picture, downloaded them all and then reforatted in the
    camera and I've never had a problem.
     
    ray, Oct 27, 2008
    #20
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