Restore Memory Card

Unable to locate files on damaged memory card?

If this is your case then you have landed up on a right page which provides the best solution.

If you have a hard time in writing or reading data from your memory card then your memory card may be corrupted. This damage causes the files from memory card to become inaccessible. Memory card may be damaged due to many disasters like virus infection,abrupt removal from devices etc. In situations like this, a person has to opt for a recovery tool to help him out to regain his files back. Before you go for a third party tool, first you have to make sure whether the memory card is really corrupted. To confirm this connect your memory card to your system and check whether the files accessible on your system. If the files are accessible on your system but not on your memory card then it means that your memory card is damaged. In such context, you have to opt for the best recovery tool which is reliable and trusted and one such software is Memory Card Recovery tool. Try the demo version of the software provided to know how perfect this software works and recover files from memory card.

Causes for memory card damage:

  • Memory Card Corruption: Users go careless when they are so busy carrying out their work. They connect the memory cards to the system with the help of memory card reader and back to the digital camera or cell phone. During this to and fro connection process they may pull the memory card abruptly from the devices that causes damage to it.
  • Harmful E-mail Attachments: E-mail is the most common way of communicating information these days. When other users attach a healthy file and send through the network the harmful viruses attack such files. When such files are downloaded on your memory card they infect them and cause file loss due to corruption. Hence it’s advised not to download such attachments when Windows warns you of the harm.
  • Root directory corruption: Root directory structure allows you to store only limited amount files on your flash memory card.If a users store large files having weird names the root directory may misinterpret and point to the wrong locations which results in loss of files.

Memory Card Recovery tool is a 100% safe product which can be trusted to use on your system for effective recovery. It supports for MMC card, XD card, Memory Stick and SD card file recovery. You can even have a glance at the content of your files after recovery with a help of “Preview” option provided. This software helps to restore deleted memory card files in case of accidental and manual deletion.

There is a “Find” feature to help you out in finding the files based on its file attributes. Adding more to its feature, it can also perform file recovery from SanDisk, Fujifilm, ATP and other popularly used brands of memory cards. It is capable of recovering files from memory cards damaged due to abrupt handling.

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Steps to perform damaged memory card recovery:

Step1: Click on the download link and install the setup file on your system to perform damaged memory card recovery. Attach the memory card to the memory card reader and connect to your system. Run the software and when the first screen is displayed select “Recover Photos” option from it.

Restore Memory Card - Main Screen

Step2: On selecting it, the software navigates to a new window which contains two options namely “Recover Deleted Photos” or “Recover Lost Photos” .Select any one option based on the data loss reasons.

Restore Memory Card - Choose Drive Screen

Step3: Select damaged memory card drive and click on “Next” option. When the recovery completes preview your file and save it back to your system.

Restore Memory Card- Save File Screen

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