Cannot access recovered files

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  • #4289

    Elle
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    Hello everybody, just wondering if anyone could help me out.
    I’m not very computer minded so bare with me!
    I tried to download about 500 photos from my fujifilm digital camera to my Mac and there was a read error on the cameras memory card. I used the quick scan with drill disk which recovered 485 photos – brilliant! I saved them to my desktop. Upon opening the file (DCIM – 100_FUJI) no JPEGs/files are there. I dragged the 100_FUJI file to iphoto which agreed that there were 485 files, but could not read them.
    Does anyone know where I would open these?
    THANKS!! x

    #4673

    mynameisJR
    Participant

    DCIM – 100_FUJI – what’s this? A folder where you recovered all files? Do you see any images in it? Can you send 1 or 2 of them to help@cleverfiles.com to check them out? Did you try to Deep Scan your memory card to recover everything Disk Drill could find?

    #4674

    Elle
    Participant

    I did a deep scan on my memory card – it said that it had successfully recovered the majority of the files (489 photos) and I saved them to my desktop. The file was called 100_FUJI. When you open this folder it is blank and there are no images. However, the file information says there are JPEGs in the folder. I’ll send you a couple to look over.

    #4675

    Elle
    Participant

    oh no sorry actually i did a quick scan and it recovered the files. When i used the deep scan – it said that there were no files to be recovered

    #4676

    mynameisJR
    Participant

    Elle said: The file was called 100_FUJI. When you open this folder

    I’m totally confused now 🙁

    #4802

    SummerSnow
    Participant

    Elle i got the same problem with u…
    did you solve it yet?

    #4803

    mynameisJR
    Participant

    SummerSnow said: the same problem with u…

    Guys, which problem exactly are you referring to. See my previous comments, and explain step by step what exactly is happening.

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