> never used the feature, but dosfsck(1) has
> an "undelete" capability. I'd make a copy
> of the device first (dd(1)), check the copy
> in no-write mode (`dosfsck -n'), and proceed
> from there. if anything goes wrong, you can
> make another copy of the device and try again.
done the trick :)
dosfsck card.1.img.try2 -fwr
i got all the images back. One or two are a bit corrupt in the viewer,
though the thumbnails in the filesystem browser show up fine.... will
try the gimp and see what it can do with thos.
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