My sister and I both recently graduated from our schools. My mom took a bunch of pictures of it because my dad could not come. Without realizing it I deleted all those pictures. Is there any picture retrieval tool can help me? Thanks, knowing this will make me really happy.
------Monica from Yahoo Answer
When you lost pictures from memory card, please do not take any more photos to prevent the previous images being overwritten by new ones. The more you use the digital camera, the lower the chances of getting back the lost photos.
Unlike Window, digital camera has no recycle bin. Once photos lost from memory card, they are unreadable. If you would like to get them back, you will need a photo retrieval tool to help you. Picture Retrieval is the robust picture retrieval software that can retrieve pictures from diversified memory card brands, such as Lexar, SanDisk, Kingston, Transcend, Sony, Adata, etc. If you are a Mac user, Picture Retrieval for Mac can do that job.
Follow the guide below to learn about how to retrieve pictures.
Take out of the memory card and connect it to PC with card reader. You should see memory card shown as a drive letter in My Computer. Launch this picture retrieval that installed in the PC. In the interface, select removable drive letter and Photo Option, then click "Scan" to start scanning.
You will see all recoverable photos displayed in the left window with separately file signature. Check file folder. All pictures with the same signature displayed in the task list. Click each file to preview photos. Or you can choose the thumbnail preview mode to see all photos all at once.
Select pictures you prefer to recover and click "Recover" to start to retrieve pictures. It is not recommened to save the retrieved pictures to the memory card. You can save them to computer or other storage devices.
As regards to how to use Mac Picture Retrieval, your can refer the following instructions of how to retrieve pictures on Mac.
Step 1: Select the drive from which you need to retrieve deleted pictures. Select "Photo" as the file type.
Step 2: Select the pictures you need to retrieve after previewing.
Step 3: Specify a location to save the retrieved pictures on Mac.
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