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Photo and Vieo Recovery from Deleted Memory Card

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I'm new at all this so I hope this is the right place to be asking.
After a very important family vacation, I did a pretty horrible thing and deleted about 600 pictures off an 8gb memory card. Since then, I ahve bee lucky to discover that there are programs available which will recover the photographs for me. A friend of mine found one that costs about 50$ that will recover them all for us, which was fine for me.
The only problem is, there were also some small videos on the memory card. I was wondering if anyone knows of any programs out there that would recover the videos as well as photographs. The videos are less valuable in the long run, but if I'm going to spend money, I might as well try and get everything back.
I really appreciate any guidance; I'm lost in all of this.
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You can try this program and see if it works:

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I used Recuva from Piriform just a few days ago when I deleted an whopping 8 GB of videos. It recovered everything without any problems. The main secret is you should not write any new data to the drive from which you are recovering.

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