2008/9/25 Rory Browne <rbmlist at gmail.com>
>> 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.
>>>Agree completely - that's what I worked off. Remove the card. If possible
make it read-only. Take a copy ( dd ), and use that as the master copy. Then
take a working copy of the master copy ( cp will do nicely ), and work on
the working copy. This should mean that you only have to go near the
original media once ( until you have recovered all your photos ).
Also I don't think anyone would consider Data Recovery to be off-topic on
this list, unless you specificly asked for a windows tool to do this.
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