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Hi All,

 

I need to recover some deleted pictures from my Nokia N96 phone. I am running XP and have installed the software with no problems.

 

However when i select my phone from the file path the "OK" button greys out so i am unable to go any further. This is frustrating as the phone and it's directories are visable, just i am unable to click ok to perform a scan. The phone is connected to the PC via a USB and put into PC Suite mode.

 

Can anyone help? I would be very grateful, thanks in advance.

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Anyone please?

 

Try turning off phone and putting memory card in a USB card reader and my computer will recognize it as a storage card and you will be able to copy files that way. I have a Nokia 6265I and I can use Pc Suite USB Card reader or not turn on Nokia PC Suite just let My Computer recognize it in XP.

 

Take Care Lumps :blink:

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Hi Lumps,

 

Thanks for the reply.

 

Unfortuantely i don't use a memory card, the N96 has 12gb of internal memory so i have never felt the need to use a card, so the images were stored using the "mass memory" of the phone.

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Accoring to a recent post, and a little reasoning, that's the answer. Recuva can't access phone internals.

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Accoring to a recent post, and a little reasoning, that's the answer. Recuva can't access phone internals.

 

 

I hope you are wrong and someone can shed some light on this for me. But thanks for taking time to reply, i appreciate it.

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