SD Card Data Recovery
SD card is the very common storage media for camera and phone. SD card has a compact size and is easy to carry, but due to the limited capacity, sometimes, to get more space for storing new pictures and videos, you may delete some needed files by accident, or formatted the card unintentionally. Many photographers have the experience of accidentally deleting files.
If you have not archived or copied the pictures to your computer on time, or made any backup of the sd card, data recovery is required. Data recovery is not always 100% successful. It mainly depends on whether you have written new data to the sd card. But in case you have taken new photos on the card, or copied some data to the card before you realize that you have data to recover, in many cases, it is still possible to recover the remainder data on the card excepting the overwritten data. Some pictures recovered may be corrupted, clipped, partly grey or only a percentage of the picture is visible. But usually, most of the lost pictures are retrievable. It is a good idea to remove the sd or microSD memory card from the camera or phone immediately after data loss.
Data recovery can be performed by data recovery software. For hard drive data recovery on a Windows computer, you need to find some Windows data recovery software for hard drive. There are dozens of data recovery software in the market e.g. Easy Recovery, WinUndelete and DrivesSaver. For memory card data recovery, you need to find and download some memory card data recovery software specially for memory card. Please make sure to choose the proper version for your computer (Windows version, Mac version or Android version). Usually, it is recommended to use a Windows PC or Mac OS X computer (desktop and laptop) to perform the data recovery. Pad, Phone OS like iOS or Android has privilege limitation on programs running on it and it is not good to run data recovery software on the phone to recover the data. If you do not have a computer on hand, do not worry, you may take the memory card out of the phone or camera, then perform the data recovery until you find a computer. The data on the card is safe.
It is a very good practice for all photographer that copying the pictures shot from the sd card to computer or portal hard drive on a regular basis (e.g. every day, or after every session). Data loss happens but data recovery is only a remedial measure and not perfect. If you do need a sd card data recovery software, our CardRecovery software is a good choice.
CardRecovery software is the leading SD and CF card recovery software. Here are some user experiences regarding sd card data recovery:
"I was recently asked by some very close friends to photograph their family Christmas party. This was the first family Christmas they had in a number of years and the pictures turned out quite well. My friends' family made my wife and I feel as though we were a part their family. I also photographed a concert, birthday party, and attempted photos of a super moon. I had over 2,600 photos and 10 videos on the card when it became encrypted with a message USBC--+m. I could tell the files were there, but I could not get to them. I tried everything I knew and nothing worked. I am not embellishing when I say I was devastated. How do you round up an entire family to re-shoot their family Christmas and how do you face them to give them the bad news???? How do you tell over 30 friends you took pictures of at a concert that you don't have the pictures? CardRecovery software worked!!!!! I not only recovered the 2,600 photos, but over 1,000 pictures that were previously on my sd card totaling nearly 28gbs of data. I am still working on getting the videos to play, but they are there. Thank you so very much for having a product that is inexpensive and dependable. Thank you to the entire CardRecovery team for saving myself a lot grief and many of my friends disappointment. I also must say I find it awesome that CardRecovery allows the customer to first see if the photos can be recovered before the payment. This fact allows a customer to know exactly what he/she is paying for." -- G. E.
"My son erased ALL my photos from my Nikon Coolpix B500, I know literally balling at that moment :(,I got in contact with Nikon and even Sandisk bc that's were all my images were saved, and they both stated they could not do nothing about recovering the photos. Sandisk did however suggested to find a recovery option. I found a couple but they did not work for me, then I found this one and let me tell you the $39.95 that I paid brought me into tears of JOY because it did recover all my photos that were deleted. THANK YOU SOO MUCH.! " -- Mandy
"Thank You very much for making such a great program. It did just what it was supposed to do and very simple to use. I have been photographing digitally since digital became available. I have not had a card failure up until 4 days ago. The family and I went out to take our annual fall pictures and I was testing out my new camera. I knew the photos were there but when I went to load them on the the computer the file said it was empty. When I checked the properties of the card it said there were 16gb of space used up. Your program Card Recovery, allowed me to recover everything and saved the day." -- Patrick
"I was transferring the pictures from my wife's 50th High School reunion in NJ and thought that I had copied them all to folders on my hard drive. I was devastated when I discovered that I had not copied the 55 pictures from the reunion dinner before I formatted the SD card. Your software recovered those pictures quickly and easily and is very reasonable priced." -- JKahn
"Just want to say Thank you for this Data Recovery software! It literally saved ass!! I though I had lost all 1,440 photos from my CF card from a recent project. I was about to tell my client that we've lost everything. Still can't believe I recovered all my files back. I may write a blog about your neat software recovery!" -- Oveth