A picture tells more than a hundred words. But, what do you do when your pictures or family videos disappear from your digital camera before you get the chance to transfer them to your computer, print them, or burn them to a blank CD for permanent storage?
The digital pictures recovery specialists at My Data Is Back recommend that you stop using your camera or video recorder as soon as you notice any missing pictures or videos.
The memory card used in your digital camera uses a FAT32 file system identical to the one used in older computer hard drives. Our engineers are trained to perform digital pictures recovery, on FAT32 file systems. They know the best methods to follow during the picture recovery attempt.
Some digital video cameras utilize a hard drive to store the videos taken by the user. This hard drive also uses a FAT32 partition. Microsoft first introduced FAT32 partitions in Windows 98. Since FAT32 has been around for many years our digital pictures recovery experts are very familiar with how data is organized in this type of partition. Also there are many different tools available that can be used during the digital video or pictures recovery attempt.
A new video camera or digital camera can be obtained for a few hundred dollars. The value of your missing information: priceless.
Do not attempt any video or picture recovery attempt yourself, unless you know what you are doing. Many botched pictures recovery attempts by untrained computer technicians may overwrite old pictures or videos in your memory card thus making any picture recovery attempt difficult or impossible.
If your digital video or pictures cannot be accessed because of a hard drive mechanical failure our data digital picture engineers have access to a clean room to repair the hard drive as the first step to take during the data recovery process.