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I was in trouble. As is my usual habit, I had saved a batch of photos to my hard drive, then deleted them from the camera memory card. But I then accidentally lost them on the hard drive as I was transferring them to a different folder. A bit of searching on the net, and I came across this little program and downloaded a copy. Note that you will most likely need a USB card reader (about $10-$20 here in Australia) to be able to read the memory card. If you just try to read the memory card by leaving it in your camera and connecting it to the USB, the program will not be able to find the photos (unless your camera registers as a separate drive with a drive letter, and in most cases it won't). So I went out, purchased a card reader (always handy to have anyway), and within a few minutes had recovered all the photos. Thanks. A life saver.
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