Browsing deleted files in Konqueror

Dotan Cohen dotancohen at
Tue Mar 11 04:47:59 GMT 2008

On 10/03/2008, R. Daneel Olivaw <rdaneel.olivaw at> wrote:
> Hi There,
>  Le Mon, 10 Mar 2008 18:23:33 +0200
>  "Dotan Cohen" <dotancohen at> a écrit:
>  > Does konqueror have I have an option to browse deleted files? The SD
>  > card in my Nokia 6288, formatted as FAT32, erases itself every month
>  > or so, whenever the phone locks up. I then bring the card over to a
>  > friend's windows computer to run some file recovery program to recover
>  > the files. Can this be done with Konqueror? The files are obviously
>  > there, as in this case (now) I had 700 MB of the 2GB card used, but
>  > now it looks like an empty 1300 MB card.
> I think that the fat tables get broken for some reason.
>  I once had an sd card that made my canon digital camera lock up from
>  time to time.
>  Once erased (formatted) on a computer the card seemed to be ok again,
>  until next crash.
>  Testing it out, I found the memory card broken at some point (failing
>  writes after a certain amount of data). Therefore I trashed it.
>  On my way to a solution I found the following tool :
>  It recovers filesystems or using PhotoRec, it searches for photo
>  headers and restores as much as possible.
>  I remember it being a command line tool, tested the "deleted
>  photos recovery" on a usb key and ... it worked quite well !
>  Hope this helps,
>  R. Daneel Olivaw,
>  The human Robot Inside.

Thank you. It's not quite the user-friendly app that I was looking
for, but if it can help me not run to a Windows-using friend for
support, that's great. Thanks.

Dotan Cohen

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