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How to restore images from a broken FAT filesystem (Nikon NEF or JPG format)

Posted on August 16, 2010 at 08:15 PM

A friend recently had a problem with a cameras flash card that had become unreadable after he pulled it out of his computer without unmounting properly first - the FAT file system had become corrupted and his images had become unreadable.

Luckily, he found saveimg, a tool to restore pictures from broken FAT file systems. Annoyingly, this tool only deals with JPG files, and his camera is a NIKON cam that takes picture in Nikon RAW (NEF) format.

I modified the tool to deal with those, in addition to dealing with JPG files, just like the original. Usage is the same as the original saveimg, read up on how to use it there.

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