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Recova doesn't see camera (memorycard)

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Dear people,

 

The next: I did download Recuva and didn't saw (the connected camera) in the disklist. However it's connected cause I see the camera icon in 'Computer'. How can I connect the camera with Recuva?

 

Thanks for answering!

 

Marc

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Thanks for this quick response,

 

I'd looked for it and many people did speak about Recuva to find deleted pictures placed on memory cards.

But when it is so MTP is involved, what can I do to solve this problem? Is there by instance another programma to search the photo's?

 

Thanks, Marc

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get a cheap card reader for the type of card the camera uses; usually either Compactflash,SD or XD(use this wiki to figure out which card if you don't know)

take the card out of the camera and insert it into the reader

 

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Hi Marc.

 

I bought one of these a year or so ago so that I could load my pictures from my SD card into my computer at USB 2.0 speeds, and so that my daughter could transfer pics from her 8gb SD card, which XP won't recognize.

 

Very cheap.

 

For those functions it's worth every penny, but it also enables Recuva to view the card as a drive, and it therefore works for that reason as well.

 

Integral USB 2.0 Single Slot SD Reader:

 

If your card isn't SD, there may be a similar alternative, but I'm not sure about that one.

 

 

EDIT: Just found a page with both SD and XD adaptors.

 

http://www.amazon.co.uk/gp/search/ref=sr_nr_p_4_0?me=A3AGE3ZJYRAB2V&rh=p_4%3AIntegral&ie=UTF8&qid=1285700304

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That's a damn good find, and it's in the same price bracket as the one I bought. Reliable make as well.

 

I threw my suggestion in mainly because of the price. I picked mine up for ?1.59. Including postage.

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