Can’t tell remotely. The problem is, that if you do this one mistake and actually recover a certain incorrect partition, this process could theoretically delete files from the actual correct partition. So every wrong try of recovery may destroy data that could’ve been recovered on the next try.
I don’t want to answer which way you should go, as I cannot be sure just by looking at these screenshots, what should be done about the medium. I would need to investigate it myself. Usually I have the media given to me and I investigate them at home. So I rather refrain from giving you specific advice, as long as there is a risk of it being wrong, especially when talking about data recovery.
A couple of weeks ago I had a problem with one of my own drives and the recovery took weeks. Even though, because it was my private drive, I obviously put in much more time into it than I usually put into the drives of my customers, due to working hours regulations. That’s just an example so you can grasp the idea that a successful recovery isn’t just about pressing
continue at 1 step of the process.