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Windows 7: Used diskpart-clean command on sd card? Help

02 May 2015   #11
jumanji

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Can you post the screenshots in the same sequence as shown in my guide? Let me assess it. Do it slowly - may be tomorrow since its already bedtime. May look like a postmortem but it can perhaps reveal what has actually happened.

( As you must have seen in that guide, even after formatting, the photos could be recovered.Did running various other data Recovery software ruin your SD Card beyond recovery?????)


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02 May 2015   #12
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03 May 2015   #13
Jennied123

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Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by jumanji View Post
Can you post the screenshots in the same sequence as shown in my guide? Let me assess it. Do it slowly - may be tomorrow since its already bedtime. May look like a postmortem but it can perhaps reveal what has actually happened.

( As you must have seen in that guide, even after formatting, the photos could be recovered.Did running various other data Recovery software ruin your SD Card beyond recovery?????)
I will definitely start doing that now!
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03 May 2015   #14
Jennied123

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Okay, so i have all the screen shots, and followed tutorial step by step. It says 0 files recovered, but again, nothing was over written on the card. So i'm confused, and wondering if its even worth sending to a professional? (i tried getting attachments in correct order)


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03 May 2015   #15
jumanji

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I think you are missing many things.

If your SD card contains photos you should select .jpg file format to recover the photos.

Your screenshot shows you had selected only .mov files which are video files.

Run PhotoRec again and select only.jpg format.

Don't be afraid of. You can run PhotoRec a thousand times and it can in no way affect your data. as it does not write anything to the SD card.

In the meanwhile, I shall install PhotoRec on my lappy, refresh myself ( I don't rather can't keep anything in my failing memory ) and come back with screenshots with detailed instructions. It may take sometime, I am rather a slow couch but we shall do it. Perhaps you have to be led by hand.
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03 May 2015   #16
Jennied123

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Sorry I didn't show I had this one selected as well as the other. & still no files recovered. Is it possible i deleted a partition and created a new one and over wrote it instead of just formatting?


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03 May 2015   #17
jumanji

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Where did you create the Put Stuff here folder?

Do you have another empty pen drive? Even if it is not empty it is sufficient if you have 1 GB free space in it to copy. But I would prefer an empty pendrive

Then plug it in, see what drive letter it has, then run PhotoRec and show your pen drive as destination to copy.

By using the arrow keys you should be able to select the destination drive. When the correct destination is shown press Shift+c (capital C)
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03 May 2015   #18
Jennied123

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Okay, I did that, and got this..


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03 May 2015   #19
jumanji

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That is very bad indeed.
I see you have reached the correct destination f drive which must be your pendrive.
One last time try this.
In PhotoRec leave the default all file formats marked X , save settings with b and proceed. Let us see if it copies anything to your destination.
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03 May 2015   #20
Jennied123

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Still nothing doing it that way. ):
Do you think a professional company would be able to recover it if i sent it out? Or did i completely ruin it?
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