PhotoRescue vs. PhotoRescue Pro vs. ...?

Discussion in 'Digital Photography' started by Pete from Boston, May 2, 2006.

  1. I'm undoing a blunder with an SD card that I accidentally formatted
    this weekend. To recover the pix, I downloaded a trial version of
    PhotoRescue Pro (
    and it didn't find anything. I then tried PhotoRescue
    ( and it found the pics, though
    it won't save them unless I buy the full version. (Also, the video
    files didn't seem to come through correctly, as two displayed as being
    exactly the same size and a third some other overly round-number size).

    I'm considering paying for PhotoRescue, but before I do I'm wondering
    if anyone recommends any particular one. There are others, too (like, and most seem to be about $30, so
    price doesn't seem to be much of a factor.

    Any feedback appreciated.
    Pete from Boston, May 2, 2006
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  2. Pete from Boston

    Rudy Benner Guest
    Rudy Benner, May 2, 2006
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  3. File Recover Ver. 6.0 for Windows is quite quick and costs $29.95 for the
    registered version.
    You can download the trial version to try out, with the usual restrictions
    (file restore disabled).

    Dennis Pogson, May 2, 2006
  4. I've tried a few programmes, as with all software none do everything the
    best, but I have found that RecoverMyFiles gets me out of trouble better
    than the others when I inadvertently delete pictures. In the end, I think
    it depends on how much you have used the medium deleted from since you
    deleted the files you now want - hope that makes sense!

    Good luck,

    Geoff. Hayward, May 2, 2006
  5. Pete from Boston

    Dave Cohen Guest

    PhotoRescue is good, but you might want to search for
    This seems to work just as well and is freeware.
    Dave Cohen
    Dave Cohen, May 3, 2006
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