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Dear All

Sorry that is no help to Peter Waanders, but users of Compact Flash
cards might find the program Image Rescue that is included with every
Lexar WA CF card very useful if they find themselves in the same
position as Peter. I have found the write speed of the WA cards worth
the price, not to mention the software. One disadvantage after you buy
more than one or two of these cards is, what to do with the JumpShot
USB card download cable that comes with each card? One or two are
handy, but after that they become a bit of a nuisance. Free JumpShot to
the person that comes up with the best use.


Carl Clifford

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