How to Recover Deleted Pictures from Lexar Memory Card? - Download My Photo Recovery Software

My Photo Recovery tool restores deleted/lost photos from the Lexar memory card after accidental deletion, formatting, or corruption of the card. Get the free trial edition here to evaluate the efficiency of photo recovery before purchasing. The trial version of the software recovers all the deleted/lost pictures and allows users a free preview of the recovered image files. Download and try now!!!

Lexar is a multinational brand that designs and developed data storage devices such as memory cards, SD cards, xD cards, and many others. It is specially used to store media files such as audio, video, and pictures in a secure way. But sometimes due to user mistakes, the files get deleted or lost from the Lexar memory card. Upon encountering file loss from the Lexar memory card, one can rely on proficient software to recover pictures and other files in a few simple steps.

Few circumstances leading to the deletion/loss of photos from Lexar memory card:

Accidental Deletion: Sometimes, while deleting unwanted photos from the memory card, if a user accidentally deletes the valuable file

Unintentional Formatting: A format operation on the memory card clears file and folder from any data storage device. When a user unintentionally presses the format button all the photos saved on the Lexar memory card will be erased

Virus threats: The Lexar card files get deleted when it is threatened by dreadful viruses and malware. Furthermore, to get rid of the virus, if you scan the Lexar using antivirus tool the files, the infected card files will be deleted

Card corruption: Damages occurred to the card file system makes the Lexar card media inaccessible

Abrupt ejection: Forceful ejection of the Lexar memory card during the read/write operation can also corrupt the card files

My Photo Recovery Software to Recover Deleted Pictures from Lexar Memory Card

Recover My Photo is an excellent application used to get off deleted or lost pictures from the Lexar memory card. It uses a deep scan mechanism to locate the deleted or lost files from the Lexar memory cards. The tool ensures that original files are not modified upon recovery. Lexar card recovery software also features an option to preview the regained files even in the trial version. It also lets you perform a search for a particular type of photo.

Remarkable features of this photo recovery tool

  • Designed with an intuitive user interface that offers greater convenience in recovery
  • Apart from photos, you can recover deleted RAW photos, audio, text files, and video files without any issues
  • Capable of recovering photos from a flash drive, external HDD, SSD, iPods, memory card, and memory sticks
  • The software is compatible with 32-bit/64-bit Windows operating systems
  • There is even a Mac edition of the software available.
  • Including Lexar, the tool also supports photo recovery from Transcend, SanDisk, Kingston, Toshiba, Samsung, etc.
  • Supports media file recovery from different brands of cameras and camcorders such as Sony, Canon, Kodak, Olympus, Panasonic, Samsung, etc.

Procedure to Recover Deleted Photos from Lexar Memory Card

Step 1: Launch the Recover My Photo software.

Step 2: Connect the Lexar memory card and click on the Recover Photos option.

Step 3: Choose the drive storage that represents the Lexar card. Press on the Scan button.

Main Window

Fig A: Main Window

Step 4: The program scans for the deleted file items.

Scanning in Progress

Fig B: Scanning in Progress

Step 5: A list of all the files recovered from the Lexar storage card appears under Data View and File Type View.

List of Restored Files

Fig C: List of Restored Files

Step 6: You can preview the file items of your choice and continue to mark the required files for saving.

Preview Recovered Files

Fig D: Preview Recovered Files

Step 7: Mention the destination drive location to save the regained Lexar memory card images. Hit on the Save icon.

Saving Recovered Recycle Bin Data

Fig E: Save the Recovered Data

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