Recover Photos from SD Card

Have you ever faced a critical issue like loss of pictures from SD card? This might be your favorite & precious photos & you cannot bear loss of those pictures. You may think those images are gone forever and you will not be able to get them back again. Don’t lose hope in this situation; there is a solution to resolve the problem. You have not lost your pictures permanently. You can easily restore back these photos by using a picture recovery program. Sometimes while accessing SD card you may encounter certain errors and hence data become inaccessible. This is because of SD card corruption. There is also high possibility of losing photos by accidental deletion because it is a common human mistake. Using this tool, photos can be easily recovered from SD card as well as recover photos from recycle bin on Windows or trash on Mac system.

There are also other scenarios that may lead to loss of files from SD card. Let us discuss some of them:

  • Format error: While accessing SD card you may face an error stating “cannot read the memory card. Do you want to format it?” You will encounter this type of error if SD card is damaged. It may be due to improper usage of SD card like removing SD card suddenly from your system while transferring files from card to system or vice versa.

  • Improper usage of digital camera: After taking pictures, it need some time for processing and then it gets stored in the memory card. If you switch off the camera while the images are not properly processed, take snaps while camera is showing low battery or rapidly clicking pictures one by one, it may corrupt the SD card.

  • Power failure: Instant power failure or improper shutdown of system when SD card is in use may corrupt the card.

  • Accidentally deletion of photos: Accidental deletion of pictures using Delete option may lead you to lose photos from SD card. This happens because when you delete images or any other files from SD card, it bypasses Recycle Bin instead, resulting in loss of images. Then, this application will be appropriate solution to recover deleted images from memory card used in camera, mobile or any other devices. To know more, visit this link: http://recoverdigitalphotos.com/deleted-photos-from-digital-camera-memory-card.html

  • Virus attack: If SD card is plugged into the system which is infected by viruses like spyware, adware, malware, Trojan, etc. then the SD card may be affected severely by those viruses. The entire files present in SD card become inaccessible to the user. If you use same SD card in various storage devices it may also result in SD card corruption due to virus infection. It affects the file system and you will be unable to access files.

After knowing & indentifying the exact reason for SD card corruption, you need to solve this issue using digital picture recovery software to get back your SD card data. It is a proficient tool to perform effecient memory chip photo recovery within few minutes. It guarantees perfect recovery of pictures from different types of SD card such as SDHC, SDXC & SDSC. You can also recover photos from SD card and other files like text, documents, songs, videos, graphics, etc. from different storage devices like external hard disk, USB drives, FireWire drives, etc. It not only allows you to recover JPEG files from Sony Cyber Shot Camera  but also other image file format like TIFF, TIF, PNG, BMP, GIF, RAW, etc. after any kind of SD card data loss.

Steps to perform photo recovery from SD card:

Step 1: On the main page you will find three options out of which you need to select "Recover Photos".

Recover Photos from SD Card - Main Screen

Step 2: Then select either "Recover Deleted Photos" or "Recover Lost Photos" based on the need. Now, select SD card to start the file recovery program.

Recover Photos from SD Card - Select SD Card

Step 3: Once the recovery process is over, you can view the files recovered from SD card.

Recover Photos from SD Card - View Recovered Digital Photos

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