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How to retrieve deleted pictures on kodak digital camera

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August 23, 2011 6:03:17 AM

Well, you definitely have chances to get the deleted pics back from your Kodak camera as long as you take the right steps.
First things first: DO NOT take any more pictures with the camera that you want to recover photos from in case you may quite possibly ruin your chances of photo recovery.

Then take a try this photo recovery program called PhotoRetrieval (the personal version seems free). If you are Mac user, go to Data Recovery for Mac. Here are the steps you can try.
1. take the memory card (or stick) out of your camera.
2. Load it into a card reader and connect to a PC.
3. Use PhotoRetrieval to scan the camera (memory card) can recover your photos if possible.

Remember – Do NOT try & write anything back untill you can retrieve your files safely! After accidentally deleting files from the camera, do not attempt to copy additional files onto the card before attempting file recovery as this will overwrite the files and make them much more difficult if not impossible to recover. I hope you good luck. Regards.
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September 6, 2011 5:13:22 PM

My answer? Use Pandora Recovery. You can't go wrong with that. Good luck!
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October 20, 2011 6:06:08 AM

You have experienced the common issue which is received by several digital camera users. Either they hit delete all button or format memory card option. In such case it is very important to get back all the pictures without losing the quality of pictures. You should try stellar photo recovery which trusted by several users around the world.
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December 13, 2011 5:21:35 AM

Why don't you use a date recovery software to restore your lost pictures on your camera memory card.
Firstly, connect it to your computer with a card reader.
Then, download and install this software: http://www.geeksdo.com/data-recovery/
Last: Just follow up on the menus to recover all your data. It's quite easy. :bounce: 
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