Quote: Originally Posted by jumanji
Jumanji Your Awesome! I did what you said and I tried PhotoRec and followed that link waited 8 hours
But in the end it was worth it! Thanks to you I got every photo back
! And there is no errors or nothing, Thank you so much Jumanji you have really helped me out
Makes me think how company's out there ask for $50-$90 for recovery software which fails and this PhotoRec is free and did the job!
Also thanks to everyone else who helped me! I was about to give up hope.
Quote: Originally Posted by Mark Phelps
If you're tempted to use one of the online recovery services -- be very wary! I had some videos trashed (family vacation videos), and I found an online service that, if you sent the videos to them, they would recover 30 seconds of each one for free. Then, once you viewed the free ones, you paid them to recover the rest of the data.
I made the mistake of doing that and paid nearly $80 for NOTHING! My guess is that, whatever happens, the first 30 seconds or so of a video is probably always OK -- its the remainder that gets corrupted. The so-called "fixed" versions were no better than the corrupted originals.
I hear you Mark I was going to give up and try this but the company asked for $60 per 10 photos :l And with my budget I won't get far. Give PhotoRec a try?