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  1. #1 Redundead error message help please 
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    Hi,

    I'm trying to retrieve r3d files from an external drive through Redundead. I think i've followed the steps correctly, but I'm getting Error: read of size 0x18200 failed at offset 0x8000 (22). after I type in my password. Can anyone assist me please?

    The drive was used out on the field as extra capacity for an OS update and subsequently hid 3.85TB of footage in a - data folder partition. I've used Diskdrill to try and retrieve the hidden files, but the recovery r3d files aren't working in Premiere Pro.






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    Liams-MBP:~ LiamMurphy$ redundead
    REDundead v3.2. Copyright (c) 2020 RED Digital Cinema.

    Usage: sudo REDundead <input device> <output folder>

    List of available external input devices:

    Device Size Name
    disk2 4001 GB WD Elements 25A1 (USB)
    210 MB EFI (FAT32)

    disk3 4001 GB WD Elements 2621 (USB)
    210 MB EFI (FAT32)
    4000 GB Murphy_39 (HFS)

    disk6 4000 GB WD Elements 25A1 (USB)
    4000 GB Murphy_40 - Data (APFS)
    4000 GB Preboot (APFS)
    4000 GB Recovery (APFS)
    4000 GB VM (APFS)
    4000 GB Murphy_40 (APFS)
    4000 GB Update (APFS)

    WARNING: MAKE SURE YOUR OUTPUT FOLDER IS NOT ON THE INPUT DEVICE!

    WARNING: EXISTING FILES ARE OVERWRITTEN IN THE OUTPUT FOLDER!
    Liams-MBP:~ LiamMurphy$ sudo redundead /dev/rdisk6 /Volumes/Murphy_39/RECOVER
    Password:

    Error: read of size 0x18200 failed at offset 0x8000 (22).
    Liams-MBP:~ LiamMurphy$
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    Following this. I'm getting a similar error. I'm trying to recover files off a mini mag and I have set the destination to be an external hard drive since I don't have 500GB of space on my computer's internal drive. Context: this camera experienced a 3-4 foot drop onto grass/dirt. The mini mag popped out. The files play just fine when I play them back in camera and on the red player on my computer, but they won't copy to a drive and when I try to do that. When I try to copy them to a drive it either crashes my finder, crashes my computer, or gives me an error saying the files can't be read/write.

    Here is my error on REDundead though:

    Shauns-MBP:~ shaunwolfe$ sudo redundead /dev/rdisk2 /Volumes/JABBA2/RECOVER\ DAY\ 1
    Password:
    Attempting FAT32 recovery
    Recovering /Volumes/JABBA2/RECOVER DAY 1/A068_C001_0226ND.RDC/A068_C001_0226ND_001.R3D
    Error: read of size 0x100000 failed at offset 0x4D34000 (5).
    Shauns-MBP:~ shaunwolfe$
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    Hey Liam, I think I have found the issue with mine after a few incredibly stressful nights in the field without a ton of back up parts...

    Turns out it was the card reader that was my issue. I tried a friend's card reader today on the same mini mags and they transferred to a hard drive just fine and play back normally. A big sign of relief on my end as I thought it could have been internal damage to the camera. Hope it is the same for you!
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