Tuesday, August 09, 2005

Today's Tip: Recovering Images from Memory Cards

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Recovering Images from Memory Cards

You slide the flash memory card from your camera into the card
reader on your computer, but your photos can't be found. Neither
Microsoft Windows, nor your image-editing software, nor your
file undelete utility can detect them. But don't panic: Most
lost images can be recovered using common sense and specialized
recovery tools. Read today's tip to learn more.

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