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 Post subject: un identified data from failure CF CARD
PostPosted: February 28th, 2019, 0:58 
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Created Image from Cf card because Card Have Bad Sectors ( Unreadable Sectors)
After Successfully imaged 97.5% of card , tried In R-studio
R-Studio Does Not Recognized File System and even does not recognized raw files
when Before problem it have exFAT System on it ..

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C8 1C F6 1A C6 D8 11 F3 25 1C F6 1A C6 D8 11 F3   ÈöÆØó%öÆØó
9D A0 27 37 87 C1 F6 02 9D A0 27 37 87 C1 F6 02    '7‡Áö '7‡Áö
CB 72 1B D4 02 AE B8 14 CB 72 1B D4 02 AE 44 E4   ËrÔ®¸ËrÔ®Dä



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First 3 Sectors are linked to attachment

it looks like encrypted data, but sure it not encrypted from DSLR , please give solution for this


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first 3 sectors.zip [1.35 KiB]
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 Post subject: Re: un identified data from failure CF CARD
PostPosted: February 28th, 2019, 2:44 
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it looks like encrypted data, but sure it not encrypted from DSLR , please give solution for this[/quote]

Not Encrypted, Controller problem

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 Post subject: Re: un identified data from failure CF CARD
PostPosted: February 28th, 2019, 3:41 
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how many total sectors shown?


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 Post subject: Re: un identified data from failure CF CARD
PostPosted: February 28th, 2019, 7:00 
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Not Encrypted, Controller problem

is it work if i suppose to change Controller ic , or need to read with nand flash readers??

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how many total sectors shown?

totel 60Gb( 97.6% ) imaged .. with DE ( It's 64GB CF Card )


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 Post subject: Re: un identified data from failure CF CARD
PostPosted: February 28th, 2019, 8:20 
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I've seen this where the controller just throws out garbage and chip off is needed. Usually this is with Lexar.

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