What third software is available to recover damaged files from a RAW drive such as a "ZIO" for flash cards? When...
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I click on the drive it lists the files but tells me the files may be corrupt or damaged. This drive has a FAT 16 file system.
Norton disk doctor is a good way to start. Other solutions are available but try http://www.winternals.com for some cool tools to help you.
You may also want to check the Winntmag Web site and search for author and master coder Mark Russinovich who is a PHD from Carnegie Mellon and has written many device driver level tools for data manipulation and recovery.
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