View Full Version : Digital Photo's Rescued ...

01-30-2006, 11:28 AM
If you own a digital camera, it's bound to happen to you.
The memory card becomes corrupted!

We've all had it happen if not yet, soon.
Here's a the one and only recommended software, you'll ever need to "Rescue your images"!

Just as important as an extra memory card is a tool to rescue your images when one of your cards fails at some point in the future. Memory card corruption can happen with any card type and any camera manufacturer, nobody's immune. A surprising number of "lost" images can be recovered with an inexpensive, easy to use piece of software though. The program you need is called PhotoRescue, by DataRescue SA. It doesn't cost a penny until you need it, and even then it's only $29, with a money back guarantee.

So download PhotoRescue for Windows or PhotoRescue for Mac Photo Rescue (http://www.imaging-resource.com/SOFT/PHR/PHR.HTM) while you're thinking of it.
(While you're at it, download the PDF manual and quickstart guide as well.) Stash the file in a safe place and it'll be there when you need it. Trust me, needing this is not a matter of if, but when... PhotoRescue is about the best and easiest tool for recovering digital photos I've seen.

east tx skier
01-30-2006, 11:31 AM
Some sort of rescue software came with my lexar card. Guess I should figure out how to use it.

01-30-2006, 11:34 AM
Probably a good idea ... before it's "too late".

01-30-2006, 11:46 AM
Probably a good idea ... before it's "too late".

speaking of pictures......

a while back, I inadvertantly deleted all teh partitions off of my RAID hard drives:(

used a program called GetDataBack for NTFS (http://www.runtime.org/gdb.htm) and got everything back......
I was sweating it for a while, I thought I had lost everything!

man, I had pictures from the 80's, 90's, 00's that were irreplacable, and I thought that by backing up regularly would have saved me..... just a bonehead on my part:o

here's where it started (http://www.tmcowners.com/teamtalk/showthread.php?t=2718&highlight=partition)