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How to restore photos from damaged, broken or formatted SD card?
Asked by JJscreen
Posted Jul 31 2013 07:22 PM
My 1GB SD card contains various files including picture, videos and music etc. I didn’t think these files are important to me so I formatted this card to delete these files and want to use the card to copy some other files.
However, after I formatted the card, my girlfriend told me she took many pictures with this card the day before and hadn’t made a backup. I have tried everything to find them back, but none is useful. Does anybody have any clues?
Tutorials to Recover Data from Formatted SD Card
Step One: Free download the Vibosoft Card data recovery software and install it on your computer. Connect the SD memory card to your computer through a card reader or USB cable. It is highly recommended that you use card reader for the safety of data recovery.
Two: Select the Format Recovery module and you will see all the partitions display in the panel. Choose the SD memory card and hit the Recover button to let the program scan the card.
Step Three: When the scan is over, choose the partition and click Show Files option to view all the found files.
Step Four: Double click on those found files or click the File Preview button on the left panel; you can view the original size of those files. Mark all the files you need and click Save Files button to save those found data. Choose a partition or another memory card to save the recovered files.
Learn more: from http://www.vibosoft.com/
Answered by johnyparker87
Posted Aug 01 2013 02:09 AM
You can recover all photos, videos, mp3, and other important documents from corrupted, damaged, broken or format SD card easily by using RecoveryFix for windows software. The main advantage of using this software is that you can also use for windows data recovery.
To download its free trial version visit http://www.recoverlostdata.org/
Answered by micheals12
Posted Aug 21 2013 04:32 PM
Remo Recover Windows Free Edition is best suited to recover photos from SD cards. Because it has powerful algorithms by using that it scans the entire drive and extracts the deleted or lost photos along with other data from SD card in just few minutes. So free trial version is available you utilize it.
Answered by Jason519
Posted Aug 29 2013 11:48 PM
It is possible to recover deleted data from SD carｄ, when a file is deleted from hard drive, it doesn't mean that the file has been wiped from hard drive, the files system just make a "deleted" flag to the data, whihc make us can't see it as normal. Until new data save to the space where the original data save in, it will be overwritten by new data. therefore, you can try to use Tenorshare Data Recovery to reocver deleted photos from SD card, you can visit this site to learn more about this app: http://www.any-data-...rd-recovery.htm
Answered by Chuck28
Posted Oct 30 2013 01:46 AM
Usually, you can seek for help from the recovery tool. Scan the damaged, broken or formatted SD card, select the desired data and recover them. However, just be sure that the company has the tools and experience for the job to recover data from SD card.
Answered by Remandtech
Posted Oct 31 2013 02:18 AM
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Answered by smallwesley
Posted Nov 04 2013 06:49 PM
On a recent trip into Asia, my card sudden died on me one night! The camera just start to report that the "SD card was unrecognized". The same issue occurred when I also put the computer in my laptop! I even tried to use PhotoRec to see if there was a chance. I knew that the SD card memory, chip had a catastrophic failure.
I search for other having the same issues, and saw a tremendous number of posts from satisfied people saying they sent the broken card to this company in Germany called RecoverFab. Obviously, from Canada, I decided to see if there anyone local that could do the same thing. The quotes seemed a bit far fetched. So, I put a request for a repair at RecoverFab.com. I received a reply in a short amount of time later with instructions to send card to germany. I received email confirmations from start of the process, upon them receiving the card and upon them reporting they had extracted my lost photos/videos. Very easy and straightforward process!
If you have a broken media/memory but have valuable content on it, I would strongly urge you to consider RecoverFab.com. Don't let sending a package to Germany sway you. It is the real deal!
Now I will have my pictures from visiting the Great Wall of China for the first time in my life back!
Answered by christinamoyu
Posted Nov 07 2013 01:21 AM
The best way to recover photos from SD card is to use sd card data recovery tool, here's a good one
The tool is easy to use and helped me last time, hope that it helps you too.
If the memory card is corrupted, you may follow this guide
Hope that this helps.
Answered by ianmarky01
Posted Nov 11 2013 02:53 AM
If you don't write anyone new data into the SD card, there are chances for you to restore deleted and corrupted files from SD card with Kernel for Digital Media Recovery Software, you are able to restore corrupt and lost photos, songs and pictures etc. from SD card with easy. For more information: http://www.camerarecovery.org/
Answered by Shirly
Posted Nov 18 2013 01:30 AM
The deleted, formatted, damaged and other lost files can be recovered from SD card freely with freeware Recuva or PhotRec.
If the freeware cannot find your lost photos, please try other third-party paid tools such as Kvisoft lost files recovery software.
Here is a guide about how to restore lost photos.
Answered by amendalus
Posted Dec 01 2013 11:05 PM
If you have a broken media/memory but have valuable content on it, I would strongly urge you to consider Data Recovery. Don't let sending a package to Germany sway you. It is the real deal!
Now I will have my pictures from visiting the SD Card Recovery: How to Recover SD Card Files for the first time in my life back!