> In the best tradition of the Haynes manuals :
>> First remove the card !
>> You should work on a dd'd image of the card, rather than the original -
> that improves your chances of using multiple tools without making a mess
> of the original media.
>> Just my tuppence !
>>Exact same thing happened to me recently, and I can't recommend photorec
Luckilly enough, having been using computers since before I could walk, I
knew there was no way in heaven or hell, that I could erase a 2G SD Card in
It was a new card, with a fairly clean filesystem, and I managed to get back
nearly all my photos ( not videos ) with a quick self-written perl script,
scanning for headers etc. Then I found photorec, which has a basic
understanding of how the FAT filesystem works and recovered everything
except the filenames.
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