Is there any way in which monolithic memory card
A 16GB Silicon Power memory card I have been using in my camera has recently malfunctioned. My camera does not recognise the card anymore. Inserting the card in a card reader in my PC produce no drive letter. Apparently this indicates that the controller chip on the card must be broken. When I sent the card to a data recovery specialist in the UK he informed me that the card is of a monolithic construction. That is, the controller chip and the memory chips are in a monolithic block and not separate and hence he cant read the memory chips directly with his specialist equipment. He is certain the data could have been recoverable if the memory chips were separate. Is there any way in which monolithic memory card data can be recovered?
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