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#1 Armsng573

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Posted 22 October 2013 - 03:52 AM

Last weekend, I had a trip with my family and took many precious photos with my Canon digital camera. However, as I tried to upload them all to my computer, a message popped out and asked me to format it at first. I don’t want to format this camera since the formatting process will also wipe out all my taken photos. Can you help me? Do you have any way for me to save these precious photos back?

Thank you in advance!



#2 Abbott7546

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Posted 24 October 2013 - 02:35 AM

The dread “memory card not formatted” error message generally indicates memory card problems. This can occur for many different reasons including a virus infection, memory card problem, power surge, or problems with the operating system, etc. If you receive this type of error message, it is important that you act carefully to keep your important data safe.

 

1. Do NOT click "yes" to format the memory card in case that the formatting process makes things worse.

 

2. Do NOT attempt to write anything new on this memory card in case of any data loss.

 

3. Download a memory card data recovery freeware to help you:

http://www.freeware-...d-recovery.html

 

In fact, this data recovery freeware was found as the camera memory card of my friend was mistakenly formatted. All his stored photos were also gone at the same time. But, this freeware finally restored all his wanted photos back completely. So, I believe it will also help you out.

 

So, try to read more detailed information of this data recovery freeware here:

http://www.freeware-...a-recovery.html

 

4. Save and back up all your restored data on a different memory card or drive in case of data recovery failure.



#3 Armsng573

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Posted 30 October 2013 - 02:07 AM

I am sorry that I am so late to tell you the result.

I have tried your steps and your mentioned data recovery freeware. Now, I have restored all my wanted data back.

Thanks a million!





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