How to Recover Photos from Transcend SD Card

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Transcend SD card is a highly used memory card, design and developed by Transcend Inc. It is used to store a large amount of data, such as photos, videos, audios, documents, etc. because of its durability and storage capacity. Transcend SD card supports various devices such as digital cameras, mobile phones, and tablet computers. These SD cards are non-volatile, it means SD card does not lose data stored on it when erased from the system, and the data stored on a Transcend SD card can also be removed or reformatted and reused. Besides these advanced features of SD cards, you can delete or lose precious picture from it. On such an unfavorable condition of images loss, you want to recover photos from Transcend SD card at any cost. To recover images from SD card is not a big deal by using a reliable, advanced utility like Recover My Photo. This tool is capable of recovering images from the USB drive, external hard drive, cameras, etc.

Common scenarios behind the loss or deletion of photos from Transcend SD card:

Accidental deletion: Mostly, you might delete your precious images from Transcend SD card due to accidental deletion. During removing useless images from the SD card, you might end up in an accidental selection of some important pictures.

File transfer Interruption: During transferring images from Transcend SD card or any Flash Drive to the system or vice-versa, if any error occurs like sudden system shutdown, improper ejection of SD card, will make images inaccessible.

By third-party application: Whenever you scan your Transcend SD card by using any third-party program like antivirus if any virus infected images are found, then antivirus program will automatically remove virus infected files from SD card.

To recover the images from SD card, you can make the use of Recover My Photo application. This program is capable to get back deleted or lost images from Transcend SD card that can be deleted in anyways as mentation-above. It supports image recovery from photo booth that can be in any file format such as JPEG, TIF, BMP, GIF, PSD, PNG, CR2, CRW, SR2, NEF ARW, etc. With the help of this program, you can recover photos from Transcend SD card on various version of Windows operating system like Windows 10, 8, 7, Vista, Windows 2003, Windows 2000, and Windows XP, etc. and Mac OS such as macOS High Sierra, Mac OS X El Capitan, Leopard, Snow Leopard, and Lion, etc. By using this ready to use the tool, you can recover photos from a flash drive and Transcend SD card that can be captured by using digital cameras like Fujifilm, Nikon, Sony, Samsung, Panasonic, Olympus, Philips, Kodak, LG etc. without much difficulty.

Recover My Photo software has the potential to recover photos from CF card along with other memory card type such as SD Cards, MMC Cards, SDXC cards, XD Cards, SDHC cards, etc. with ease. By using this program, you can recover photos from Transcend SD card that supports NTFS, FAT16, FAT32 and exFAT file system. This program allows you to take the preview images after the recovery process, so by using this feature, you can see the recovered images before saving it on the specific location.

Steps to recover images from Transcend SD card:

Step 1: Download Photo Recovery software and install it on your computer. Connect SD card to the system to perform Transcend SD card photo recovery on your computer. Run the tool and select “Recover Drives” from the main screen as shown in Fig 1. Then, select the appropriate option from the next screen.

Fig 1. Main Screen

Step 2: Select drive of Transcend SD card from the next screen to recover images from Transcend SD card and click on “Proceed” as shown in Fig 2. Select file types from the next screen and click on “Proceed

Fig 2. Select Drive

Step 3: The software starts scanning the Transcend SD card and displays the result in “Data View” or “File Type View” as shown in Fig 3. Preview files and save them using the “Save” option on a drive-by browsing.

Fig 3. Recovery Result