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PhotoRescue photo recovery software updated to v3.2.9 Build 13221  
Friday, December 23, 2011 | by Rob Galbraith
DataRescue's PhotoRescue Wizard, our longtime go-to software for photo recovery from memory cards, has been updated to v3.2.9 Build 13221. The new release for Mac and Windows improves recovery of several camera RAW formats, including those captured with the Nikon D5100, Olympus EP-3 and over a dozen other models from various manufacturers, plus it corrects two bugs that could cause the program to crash and alters the default settings for the Advanced Recovery mode.

911: PhotoRescue Wizard v3.2.9 Build 13221 for Mac

DataRescue's Pierre Vandevenne describes the changes in this release:

PhotoRescue 3.2.9 Build 13221

•The fallback to system thumbnailing for files that PhotoRescue can't thumbnail by itself has been disabled by default as damaged files could cause crashes. This fallback can be activated from the advanced options. In this mode PhotoRescue will hand any file it can't render (Word, Excel, Acrobat, movies, etc) to the system: of course, the system can crash on those corrupted files (as it would anyway when trying to open them later)
•Deep recovery mode has been disabled by default. Deep recovery canstill lead to improved recovery on  flash media, but may lead to very long recoveries on hard drives because of the multiple passes it requires. External 1TB drives on USB 2.x could take weeks to be recovered.
•Corrupted file names containing "%" could cause a crash. Fixed.
•Corrupted FAT could appear to be bigger than 32MB and cause a crash. Fixed.
•Crash reports are now generated under Windows.
•Added a few RAW file formats:
•Canon SX30
•Fuji HS20EXR/F550EXR
•Kodak Z990
•Leaf AFi-II 12
•Nikon D5100
•Samsung NX11
•Samsung NX100
•Leica D-LUX 5
•Leica V-LUX 2
•Panasonic G3
•Panasonic GF3
•Olympus E-P3
•Sony NEX-C3
•Sony SLT-A35
•Generic improvements to the Nikon and Canon main routines.

To update to PhotoRescue Wizard v3.2.9 Build 13221 for Mac and Windows, download the trial version (which will automatically convert to a fully-functioning licensed copy if it detects an existing up-to-date registration on your system). A new license is US$29.
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