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My iPhone appears as a device, and that Pro Discover program is a bit too expensive, although that's probably what I would need and there would still be a chance of it not bring back my stuff.

I think it did get corrupted during the transfer...
    
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Is your SSD corrupted? You can always try grabbing R-STudio and doing a scan and see what happens.
 
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Ok my friend, maybe today is your lucky day.... wink.gif

Go and download a program called: Active @Undelete

You will have to do a "scan" of your device. Then it will show you a lot of files and folders - current ones and deleted ones.

Then you select the ones you one to recover, and it will do it for you. Most of the time this program will work wonders.

Anyway make sure that your iphone is recognized as a storage device on the PC. (Such as F:\ or any other letter).

Hope you manage to recover your stuff. Go for it and good luck it! smile.gif

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post #14 of 14
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Sorry for replying so late - I was busy this whole week.

Anyway, I think there's just no hope frown.gif The hex data for the corrupted images are mostly 0's with random letters or numbers here and there. Guess this is a lesson to me - NEVER use cut ALWAYS use copy for now on.
    
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