Hello, my name is Rusty. Yes, definitely remove the chip and run the recovery on it. Be sure to save recovered files to your computer, not the chip.
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Hi. Sadly it is gone for good unless you are willing to pay a steep amount for a recovery by a forensic service company. The memory chip is embedded in that one and soldered with surface mount technique. Even if you are able to remove it with a reflow oven you won't be able to connect it to anything as it is not mounted on any connector interface. We are not even sure of what file system it internally use. The VN7100 does not have undelete manager of any kind in the menu (like the trashcan can do on desktop computers). Again, sorry for the bad news.