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Noam Osband
Is there any way to recover the data on my SD card?
on Sep 1, 2013 at 10:49:32 pm

I was copying an SD card I use to shoot video with a Sony XA-10 camera. The card reader accidentally disconnected while copying.

I know have no good way of getting the data.

I tried using ShotPutPro but I get an error after 5 seconds. I cant copy from the Finer. I get the "error -36." I used Drive Genius 3 and it recovered data....but it only recovered it as a bunch of .mts files, so it has the data but not in the regular format. I tried copying directly from the camera but I got an error message after a few seconds too.

I dont know what else I can do. Anyone have a suggestion? I'm hoping to get the data in a format I can use with FCP, ideally to get the data in the way it normally looks, tucked neatly in a folder labeled "private," the way the camera always does it.

Suggestions?


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Chris Murphy
Re: Is there any way to recover the data on my SD card?
on Sep 2, 2013 at 3:49:34 am

I see this cross posted here.

I don't expect file system corruption when reading data from the card, but is it formatted exFAT or FAT32? exFAT is less resilient than FAT32 since it doesn't have dual FATs.


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David Parkar
Re: Is there any way to recover the data on my SD card?
on Sep 26, 2013 at 1:20:46 am

I think your card reader disconnected due to some unexpected reasons. But you can recover your data by employing Remo Recover tool. I found this tool on internet and it attracted me with its recovery features. It may aid you.


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