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    Default Recovering photos from xD picture card

    Stupid situation really. Our old digital point-and-shoot camera was an Olympus FE-210. It uses Olympus' xD picture card type-H for additional storage. We almost forgot about it, but the 512 MB card had loads of photos and memories from 08 till 11. Yesterday I wanted to save the photos in my external backup HDD but when I hooked it up to my PC, the storage shows randomly named and inaccesible files and folders. General knowledge persists that they are malware infected. What I wanna know is how I can recover the images free from any malware. I don't use any anti-malware suite. But don't worry about my system cause later this month I'll downgrade back to Windows 7.

    Which recovery software should I use?

    I have Piriform's Recuva installed. What if I format the card, can I use it to recover the photos?

    Please answer from your personal experience.

    Mentioning: @Cpt.Mactavish , @Trave160 , @redwan hasan etc.

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    Use disk doctor photo recovery. Search torrent

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    Quote Originally Posted by Frankenstein View Post
    Use disk doctor photo recovery. Search torrent
    How to use it? Please, suggest the softwares based on your own experience. You do know the repurcations of formatting something but the software not able to recover it, right? So I ask again "Did YOU use it?"
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    Quote Originally Posted by Dunia_r_JAURA View Post
    How to use it? Please, suggest the softwares based on your own experience. You do know the repurcations of formatting something but the software not able to recover it, right? So I ask again "Did YOU use it?"
    repercussions or repurcations. Don't know about it. Ami onkbar use koresi. Apni try kore dekhen. Zip file ta unzip korar somoy antivirus off kore rakhben. Antivirus keygen ta delete kore fele. 1st software ta install korar por machine code paben. Machine code ta keygen a dilei license key paben. Apni try kore dekhen. Asa kori kaj hobe. Good luck brother.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Frankenstein View Post
    Use disk doctor photo recovery. Search torrent
    This one? ~ Disk Doctor Photo Recovery
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    Quote Originally Posted by Dunia_r_JAURA View Post
    official
    http://www.diskdoctors.net/photo-recovery.html

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    used recovery software for recovering from HDD but dunno about picture cards.

    i use easeus data recovery anyway.

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    See if you can use Winrar to find the files, trust me I've been in this situation with my sister before. Just use Winrar as an explorer

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