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Picture recovery from corrupted SD card

  • omarbcn

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    Picture recovery from corrupted SD card

    I was wondering if anyone knew of someone (person or store) in Bangkok who could help me recover more than a thousand pictures that I had stored in my 2 GB digital camera SD card (Kingston) and that for whatever reason has been corrupted while attempting to read them with Windows Explorer.

    I am afraid of handing my camera card to any internet cafe manager and then have the pix definitely lost forever. That is why I was wondering if anyone has suffered a similar problem here in Thailand and has successfully recovered them. Any suggestion on how to do it or, much better, referral to a pro in BKK would be much appreciated, as this incident may ruin my trip.

    Many thank for your advice,

    Omar

    #1 Posted: 23/3/2007 - 23:23

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  • somtam2000

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    Hi Omar,

    We're in the process of paying S$2,000 to have around 10,000 images retrieved from a hard drive that died -- believe me I feel your pain!

    I'm not sure if the people we dealt with work on flash cards, but it couldn't hurt to drop them a line and see. They're based in Singapore and their website is: http://www.greenergy.com.sg

    Good luck!

    #2 Posted: 24/3/2007 - 06:37

  • skinnylatte

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    Please stop using that card: do not reformat, EVER.

    Just buy a new SD card. When you're back home, or somewhere with reasonable amounts of time to spend on a computer, get card reader, load it with that SD card -- and there are free utilities for Windows (and Mac) that will help you recover the contents of that card. the most important thing is that you don't reformat it.

    I was in Rajasthan when my 8GB card went corrupt. We spent 12 hours on a dirt slow computer and terrible connection... retrieving the data ourselves.

    #3 Posted: 24/3/2007 - 16:14

  • jamespdavid-
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    Most of the Digital camera uses SD card for storing picture and images.But being a electronic device it is prone to corruption. If you areaccess to access your valuable photos and images from SD card becauseof corruption then here is the solution for you. First of all, if youhave backup file of that memory card then restore your photos usingthe backup file.

    In-case,if backup file is not available then you need to format the corruptedSD card. In most of the cases, formatting makes SD card reusableagain. Now in-order to recover deleted data use some best andeffective photo recovery and undelete photo software.
    To know more how to recover deleted photos from SD card :-http://undeletephotoorg.org

    #4 Posted: 11/8/2012 - 00:24

  • bass_ke

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    23rd August, 2009
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    Hey mate,

    Are you carrying a Laptop with you?

    I use Recover my files, Thankfully I've only had to use it once on a card that decided to die halfway through a trip.

    When we have our Laptop with us as I import every night into Lightroom and have Lightroom backup the import to a USB Hard Drive at the same time.

    Cheer's
    Nate

    #5 Posted: 11/8/2012 - 05:43

  • Captain_Bob

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    Make a note of the thread's original date - it's more than five years old! It's usually better to make a new thread.

    #6 Posted: 11/8/2012 - 10:20

  • bass_ke

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    Hahaha, oh dear.

    I wasn't even up that late either!

    Time to start taking more notice of thread dates........

    #7 Posted: 12/8/2012 - 03:32

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