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texasdoc

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I have stored images on a cf card from an ultrasound machine that an employee put onto a disc using one of those plug and play card readers. He erased the cf card and no longer works for me. Now I can't open the files. The company hasn't responded yet and I need to retrieve pictures to treat a patient. Any suggestions? Tried to put the images back onto the card but I can't with simple stuff like cut and paste or copy data cammands.
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Can you see the files on the cd he made? why cant you open them? does it give you an error message?

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your could try this software: http://www.mediareco...m/software.html

I have also heard that you could use a hex editor to recover the lost files. In addition, using any disk recover software might work.

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When i open the disc I see icons with numbers under them where the file name goes but not all of the numbers fit (lots of them) . There are multiple subfiles and I can tell how many pictures I took per patient, but when I click on open it asks something like Which program would you like to open this with? I tried all of them to no avail. (I'll check email next)
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