MediaHeal for Flash
MediaHeal for Flash retrieves files from corrupted flash cards. MediaHeal for Flash scans corrupted file system and saves the recovered files and folders into a folder on a safe drive. Restored are all types of flash cards, including pen drives, CF I/II, MMS, SD, xD, MemorySticks and many others.
MediaHeal for Flash restores the complete folders tree structure including subfolders. Supports long and localized file names.
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