Temporary files/folder for the images

Asked by Diego on 2018-01-12

Hi, greetings from Argentina.
I read an sdcard image containing the operating system of an mfp copier that was dissasembled exclusivley to make a copy of that card, once the image was readen the machine was assembled again and the technician leaves, the problem is that i shut down my laptop and forgot to make a copy of the readen card, there is any kind of temporary file or folder that keeps a copy of the readen image?
Thanks in advance and sorry about my poor english.
Diego.

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Tobin Davis
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2018-01-12
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2018-01-12
Jeff B (skydiver38) said : #1

Sorry, but no, we don't write the image to a temporary file at all. We read/write directly from device to device.

Best Tobin Davis (gruemaster) said : #2

The program will not allow you to select Read without entering a proper filename in the Image File window. If you were able to Read from a device, this would have to have been filled in and the filename selected would need to have been read/write capable for you to even start.

The default directory is C:\users\<loginID>\Downloads and the default extension is .img. I would check there for your file.

Jeff B (skydiver38) said : #3

Ah - true. Was just thinking of writing, since that's what I mostly do. My bad.

Diego (nadie2k1) said : #4

And .... there it is!!!!! Thanks a lot for your work!

Diego (nadie2k1) said : #5

Thanks Tobin Davis, that solved my question.