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Help! I accidentally deleted my pics from my camera. Can I recover them?


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Hi everyone, I went on a great trip and was pressing my camera buttons too fast and I accidentally deleted all of the pictures on my camera's SD card!! It is very sad to me, and those pictures are irreplaceable and have a lot of sentimental value. I'd like to be able to recover them if possible.

My camera is a Casio Exilim. I don't have Windows booted onto my computer, but I will try to do it if I must use Windows software as I tried googling and haven't found any promising Mac-related results.

Please help me!!

I appreciate your help very much, thank you.

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fortunately no windows is needed image rescue 3 is a great mac solution it works quite well and file salvage is another great one , one of these should be able to get your pictures back .
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Note that you'll need a card reader for any sort of recovery software to work, they can't read the card if it's inside the camera.


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so i figured something out but not really... i tried photorescue... but i didn't wanna buy it so i just used the demo. only problem is you have to work with thumbnails, so i took screenshots of the largest thumbnail available. all i wanted to do was put them on facebook... so yeah, that worked because facebook shrinks them anyways. some images are a bit pixelated but it's better than not having any.

i didn't need a card reader, i just plugged my camera in and it read it from there.

thanks everyone for your help.

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