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Scanned my Pen Drive at scan and fix and it corrupted photos!!

Post by Gamerzoner59 on Fri 17 May 2013, 11:55

Today I went somewhere and clicked around 300mb of photos and as soon as I plugged it in my Pc it asked for scan and fix.
I scanned it and then it showed that some corrupted files were fixed.
Then I opened it up and found only 64kb of data in it.
But as soon as I go to My Computer it shows 3.37gb free out of 3.73gb!!
Help me what should I do.
Those pics were very special and I need them for a certain reason.
Is there a way to recover it??
I used deep scan in Recuva but no luck. Help What he said. Mad

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Re: Scanned my Pen Drive at scan and fix and it corrupted photos!!

Post by Shamrock on Fri 17 May 2013, 11:58

Woah, not sure.
So, you used the Windows pop-up that said Scan and repair?

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Re: Scanned my Pen Drive at scan and fix and it corrupted photos!!

Post by Adwomin on Fri 17 May 2013, 18:28

Hello,

Is it an SD card? If so, it usually has a security button on it. Try moving it to the opposite side and then try again.

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Re: Scanned my Pen Drive at scan and fix and it corrupted photos!!

Post by Gamerzoner59 on Tue 11 Mar 2014, 18:17

Shamrock wrote:Woah, not sure.
So, you used the Windows pop-up that said Scan and repair?
Yeah  Crying or Very sad

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Is it an SD card? If so, it usually has a security button on it. Try moving it to the opposite side and then try again.
No good doing that either!

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Re: Scanned my Pen Drive at scan and fix and it corrupted photos!!

Post by The_gh0stm4n on Thu 13 Mar 2014, 19:53

Gamerzoner59 wrote:
Shamrock wrote:Woah, not sure.
So, you used the Windows pop-up that said Scan and repair?
Yeah  Crying or Very sad

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Admin wrote:Hello,

Is it an SD card? If so, it usually has a security button on it. Try moving it to the opposite side and then try again.
No good doing that either!


Hello,

There are quite a few "file recovery" tools you could try; you might want to do a bit of googling. Smile 

This tool here is freeware, and it can recover many filetypes, from many sources (SD cards, USB flashdrives, etc.): http://www.cgsecurity.org/wiki/PhotoRec

Maybe someone else has a better suggestion though. Hope this helps you !


P.S. please use the "edit"-button on your post if you want to add anything to your original message. Wink



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