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Old 09-06-2009, 05:17 PM
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Memory card crashed

my 4gig memory card crashed recently. To be honest, I don't know what happened. I woke up one day and everything was gone. I barely had anything on there but I would really love to have my pictures back. So far I have used this recovery program called Recuva but it only recovered a handful of photos

Is there any other programs or methods yall recommed? Thanks
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Re: Memory card crashed

Look into one of the cloud based backups, i.e. Microsoft MyPhone or Dashwire. These will b/u all PIM data, SMS, and pix. SPB Backup will back up your entire device to include apps, registry entries, settings as well as PIM data and email. Since SPB stores the backup file on the memory card, it's important to put a copy of the backup file on some other type of storage device (laptop, flash drive, etc) in the event your card gets corrupted again, which is what it sounds like happened here.
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