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I have accidentaly deleted all pictures from a CF (CompactFlash) card. I was looking for some recovery tools. I tried FAT-based tools, but they could not get back all the pictures (my camera might use some strange image storing mechanism).
Then I found Zero Assumption Digital Image Recovery, which found all my pictures and even those deleted half year ago (and not yet overwritten).
As I understood (not an expert on this, though), this program is not using file system recovery, but reads the media bit-by-bit and whenever it finds a JPEG, TIFF, etc. header, it starts to write the bit sequence to the destination folder. When it found an end sequence, or a new start sequence, it stops writing.
This is the way to do it! Thumbs up!. Thanks, guys for this freeware! User interface is not exciting, but who cares? It does the job, and that's it.
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