Friday, July 10, 2015

How to Retrieve Photos from Corrupt SD Cards?

Do you want to fix your corrupt sd card? Do you want to get the photos on it back? SD memory cards are commonly used in digital cameras to store pictures and to make them easily transportable to computers and printers. Occasionally, you may find that you cannot access the data on a card. This can range from mildly annoying to catastrophic.
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What you should know is that there is no guarantee that you can retrieve your data from your card. If the card is physically or electronically damaged, it may not be repairable. But here are some things to try if you can't access your data from an SD card.

Is it possible to recover corrupted sd card?

When they find their data corrupted or deleted, users always ask this question at once, because they care about the lost photos most. The answer is positive. It is possible to recover data from corrupt sd cards, but not always. You know when we delete something from an sd card, the data we deleted are still in that sd card, but made a "deleted" flag, so the computer regard it as a piece of empty space. Data are still in the memory space, but just invisible, we can't see them!

How can I fix corrupt sd card?

You can google some data recovery software, many of them can recover deleted files from corrupt sd card, such as deleted photos and videos. Among those good products, I recommend CardRecoveryPro. CardRecoveryPro is a corrupt sd card recovery software that can recover deleted, lost photos, videos from sd cards.

CardRecoveryPro can recover files from all kinds of damaged cards: SD card, miniSD, SDHC, MicroSD (TransFlash) card Compact Flash card, CF Type I, Type II, MicroDrive, CF card, Memory Stick, Memory Stick Pro, Duo, Pro-HG, XC, Micro (M2), MultiMedia card, MMC card, SmartMedia, flash card, xD Picture card, etc.

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CardRecoveryPro supports all kinds of cameras: Sony, Canon, Nikon, Samsung, Olympus, FujiFilm, Kodak, Panasonic, JVC, Sanyo, Agfa, Konica, Argus, HP, Chinon Epson, Hitachi, IBM, Imation, Sharp, Casio, Goldstar, Kinon, Kyocera, Lexar, Leica, Minolta, NEC, Phillips, Pentax, Ricoh, SanDisk, LG, Toshiba, Lumix, Polaroid, Verbatim, Vivitar, Sigma, Yashica,

Tips about sd card recovery:

To avoid possible overwriting, be sure not to put any additional pictures on the same memory card before you recover them.
A good recovery tool can be very helpful. Backup is a good habit if you always deal with important files.