Recover Lost Pictures from the SD Card
Regain all the pictures lost from SD card after card corruption, accidental deletion, formatting the card, etc. by utilizing the Recover My Photo tool. Just click on the download button below to get the free version of the SD card recovery software. After installing the tool, select the SD card and click over the Scan icon. Wait for the software to complete the scanning process and then preview the retrieved pictures files even before purchasing the license of the tool. Download and recover SD card files for free!!!
Have you ever lost a photo from your camera SD card? If you are looking to securely retrieve the lost pictures from the Secure Digital memory card, then the Recover My Photo software proves to be the best solution.
Restoring SD card pictures
Secure Digital card is from the family of SDHC, it uses non-volatile memory to store that digital data. Although, it is termed as a Secure Digital card, unfortunately, there is no solid protection to avoid data loss from them and data may get deleted/lost due to various factors. Some common causes that lead to loss of SD card media include-
- SD card corruption
- Bad sectors
- Interrupted file transfers
- Virus infection
- Improper ejection of the card
- Mishandling, software conflicts, and related errors
Apart from these, there could be other instances (accidental deletion, or format operation) that lead to the deletion of the SD card pictures. Nonetheless, you can employ the Recover My Photo application to regain the memory card files with ease. The program is integrated with a powerful recovery engine that deep scans your SD card and extracts all files from it. This tool can instantly retrieve lost, deleted, corrupted, formatted, SD card files.
How to retrieve lost SD card pictures?
The lost or deleted files from the SD card are not immediately removed from the storage space. Though they remain inaccessible at the user end, the files reside in the same storage location internally as long as they are not overwritten by new files. If you continue using the SD card for write operations, the recoverable files will get overwritten. So, as long as the lost pictures are not overwritten, you can make use of the Recover My Photo software to revive the pictures.
Recover My Photo tool is capable of restoring over 300+ with different file formats. Once scanning gets completed, you can preview the retrieved pictures. Further, you can choose a particular type of file that is to be extracted from the SD card. This program is also available in a free trial version (enabled with the preview option). The app is fully compatible with all editions of Windows and Macintosh machines.
Outstanding features of the SD card picture recovery tool
- It performs recovery of cards of various types- SDXC, SDHC, xD card, CF, MMC, and others
- Smart enough to recover deleted photos from Kodak memory card, and also from the memory cards used in various camera brands like Canon, Sony, Nikon, Samsung, Panasonic, etc.
- Regains RAW images, videos, audio, and document files from memory cards
- Works in a read-only mode and assures no modifications to the original file
- The tool also supports media recovery from external hard drive, system hard drive, USB drive, SSD, and so on
- Helps to get back deleted pictures from USB Memory Stick in no time
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Procedure to recover lost photos from SD card
Step 1: Open the Recover My Photo software and attach the SD card to it.
Step 2: Click on the Recover Photos option.
Step 3: Browse the affected SD card for scanning. Hit on the Scan button.
Fig A: Main Window
Step 4: The tool starts to extract the lost pictures from the selected SD card.
Fig B: Scanning in Progress
Step 5: A list of regained files will appear under Data View and File Type View layouts.
Fig C: List of Restored Files
Step 6: Preview the recovered images and mark the required ones for saving.
Fig D: Preview Recovered Files
Step 7: Lastly, save the recovered SD memory card files to a safe storage drive location and press on the Save icon.
Fig E: Save the Recovered Data