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Flash Retriever recovers pictures, movies and sounds from
- Memory Stick™
- xD Picture Card™
- all other flash memory devices (e.g., pen drives, thumb drives)
- Sony Mavica camera floppy diskettes
Even if the card has been formatted, Flash Reriever will recover everything that can be found. Version 1.3 now has an improved data carving technique is far better than previous techniques. Free upgrade available for all registered customers!
Flash Retriever now has support for raw image formats. Many higher resolution digital cameras have the capability of saving uncompressed "raw" image files. These images are not as easy to use as JPEG, but they have fewer compression artifacts and are of generally higher quality. Many of the recovery programs available on the Internet do not support these "raw" image file formats. Flash Retriever now has this capability, including the ability to display thumbnail images from raw camera files. Canon, Nikon, Olympus, Kodak and many other cameras are supported. Click here to see the complete list of cameras that have been tested.
Even if your flash media has been formatted, Flash Retriever can bring your memories back to life! Accidentally deleted files can also be easily recovered. There are limits to what can be recovered if additional pictures are saved or files written, so it is important to stop using the media until the pictures or files are recovered. While many video cameras are supported, because of how the Sanyo/Fischer FVD-C1 records it is not possible to recover deleted video.
If you have lost precious pictures or irreplaceable files on any type of flash media, Flash Retriever can recover them in a few quick and easy steps. Click on any of the screens displayed below for a larger image.
Unlike other software advertised on this site, this program only operates on Windows XP SP2 & SP3, Vista and Windows 7. This program has passed testing and has been awarded the Microsoft "Compatible with Windows 7" logo.
You must be able to connect the flash media to your computer has a removable hard drive. Nearly all cameras come with cables to connect to a computer, but some cameras do not present the flash media as a removable hard drive. If the program does not show your flash media when the camera is connected, an external reader is required. Readers are widely available for all media types - please check with your local computer or office products store. The consumer version of this product requires that Windows understand there is a file system on the flash media and be able to "mount" the device. This does not require Administrator rights to operate and will work in most cases.
The Forensic edition of this product requires Administrator rights to function properly.
A minimum of 128MB of RAM is recommended. You must have sufficient hard disk space to store the pictures and/or files being copied from the flash media.
Flash Retriever requires a minimum screen resolution of 800x600 operating with at least 256 colors. 16 bit color or better is recommended.