If trying to look at your pictures you all you could see was an error message or a blank screen, dont rush to format your disk or flash card, dont try to fill it up with new data either. Chances are you can recover the lost images with Digital Photo Rescue Professional by ObjectRescue.com.
The software recovers lost data from digital cameras, PDA, mobile phones, and a wide range of other multimedia devices. It supports CompactFlash, Microdrives, SmartMedia, and SD/MMC cards, Memory Sticks, and all other storage devices, certainly not neglecting the regular hard disks and floppies.
You dont have to be a computer guru to assemble your broken images from pieces of data spread all over the disk with a little bit of your help, the software will do that for you automatically. The wizard-driven interface will make it easy to restore your files with just a few mouse clicks: simply select the drives to be searched for deleted files, then choose which file types are to be looked for, and then preview and click «Recover» to get done with that. So, pretty much anyone who can plug a camera to a computer can get along with the software and recover the lost data in moments.
Whether you have unintentionally got rid of your important snaps, formatted your disk full of valuable pictures or have unplugged the card during the write operation dont worry, PhotoRescue Pro will reconstruct the missing data easily, quickly and absolutely reliably.
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