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need to stay on topic @peterfan and that sounds like a job for Mr Google.

or check out the Piriform website, they sometimes have specials.

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I am unable to use Revuca Professional. I decided to purchase Recuve Professional to save some files that I had inadvertantly deleted from the MicroSD card in my phone (Samsung Galaxy S4). I have run Recuva Professional three times since yesterday's download, and the program has crashed exactly the same way each time after about 4 hours of searching for files, saying the program has "unexpectedly quit" during Step 2 (Analyzing Damage). This is unacceptable and certainly not worth the money, unless it works. I am using a Dell Laptop with Windows 10 and 6 gigs of RAM, and plenty of free space on my hard drive. I am attaching screenshots (in Word) that show the progress and the error messages. I would appreciate some guidance. I am unable to use Revuca Professional. I downloaded the "trial" version, and every time I used it, it crashed. I have used ccleaner for years, so I decided to purchase Recuve Professional to save some files that I had inadvertantly deleted from the MicroSD card in my phone (Samsung Galaxy S4). I have run Recuva Professional three times since yesterday's download, and the program has crashed exactly the same way each time after about 4 hours of searching for files, saying the program has "unexpectedly quit" during Step 2 (Analyzing Damage). This is unacceptable and certainly not worth the money, unless it works. I am using a Dell Laptop with Windows 10 and 6 gigs of RAM, and plenty of free space on my hard drive. I am attaching screenshots (in Word) that show the progress and the error messages. I would appreciate some guidance.

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Recuva is able to scan the deleted photos but when I saved them on computer, the photos are corrupted and can't be opened. What is the problem?

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Well, who knows? Why not start your own thread with more info? It doesn't help having to wade through two pages of somebody else's two-year-old problem.

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