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bensls
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TestDisk time

#1 Post by bensls » 17 Feb 2018, 19:41

Hello, I am currently running Undelete on a 64GB microSD card. I started the process over 5 hours ago. My recovery folder (the copy destination) shows 49GB of data and 1300 files, but nothing is actually in it. Is it normal for the process to take this long? And is there any way to estimate how much longer it will be? Attached is a screenshot of the command prompt.
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Re: TestDisk time

#2 Post by cgrenier » 18 Feb 2018, 09:13

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My recovery folder (the copy destination) shows 49GB of data and 1300 files, but nothing is actually in it.
There is probably a subfolder named "Album 1".
TestDisk shows a very high number of failed copies, I don't know why.
It may be faster to run PhotoRec but it doesn't recover the original filenames.

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