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By Kelsie - / Saturday 12 December 2009 15:41 / United States
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By  DoingItWrong  |  5

They are recoverable so long as she hasn't taken the pictures of "Katie" yet. Swap out the memory card for a new one and hold onto the memory card with the deleted pictures in them. Then find a Computer Tech who can recover deleted data from computers, flash drives, and memory cards. It won't be cheap ... but you could always send your mother the bill once you recover them.

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By  geppy  |  5

Too many negative votes, comment buried. Show the comment

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  Leprecon  |  5

This person is very right. You dont take pictures of something important and then just leave them on the camera. How are you gonna show the pictures to anyone while they are on the camera ? How long had it been since you took those pictures ? Alot of stuff happened since then, so would it have been that hard to take 10 minutes, and put the pictures on your computer ? Erasing the pictures on the camera was a stupid thing to do but it was bound to happen since you can only fill a camera with a finite amount of pictures.

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  Subtext  |  5

Shut up. It's up to the OP what he does with his pictures and his camera or not. You DON'T delete pictures on someone elses camera without asking first. Period.

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  Spoodler  |  5

Exactly. I couldn't have said it better myself. No offense, OP, but your mother is a twit. You never go into anyones personal data and delete it for your own use. She has her own camera, doesn't she?

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  Spoodler  |  5

#44, Some people just don't put them on their CPU until they have their memory filled. It saves time! And, again, the mother shouldn't use his camera for pictures it seems only SHE wants.

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  monster_tamer  |  5

Has it occured to anyone (I'm sure it has) that those pictures may have been taken somewhat recently, and from the sound of it, life could have been very busy and therefore there was little or no time to upload pictures? The mother sounds a bit nuts.

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  michalk92  |  5

Too many negative votes, comment buried. Show the comment

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  slorbol  |  5

Don't CALL someone a dumb fuck if you can't even spell fuck. Also, l2spell camera. As a comment to the FML, your mom is pretty selfish, not even giving you a chance to put the pictures on your computer.

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  kyliebear  |  13

No OP is not "begging for someone to delete them." you should read it. "to take MY camera and erase.." the mother should just buy/use her own camera.

By  DoingItWrong  |  5

They are recoverable so long as she hasn't taken the pictures of "Katie" yet. Swap out the memory card for a new one and hold onto the memory card with the deleted pictures in them. Then find a Computer Tech who can recover deleted data from computers, flash drives, and memory cards. It won't be cheap ... but you could always send your mother the bill once you recover them.

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  spiderman0606  |  5

It's even easier than that. Your pictures are deleted but they are still there in a picture location. There's still time to recover them as long as new pictures have not been taken that replace your old picture locations. You don't need to go to a techie to fix it. There are many free programs online called "file recoveries" or some shit to get it done. I used one to get files from my memory card when it stopped responding and randomly needed to be formatted to be read. I'll post a link to it if I find where I downloaded it from. Well, if the pictures were already taken of your cat, then FYL.

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  fischju  |  5

If the poster of this does read this FML, get this program: http://www.filehippo.com/download_recuva/ - Even if new pictures have been taken, many should still be recoverable. Follow the directions of the program.

By  Gwyndion  |  38

YDI: Back pictures up, gotta have been months FYL: Mothers valueing pets more then children, never a nice thing. And your mother shouldn't have been that lazey and taken the 5 minutes to replace the memory card/back em up.

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