Wednesday, August 28, 2013

2 Best Free Photo Recovery Tools for SD Card Lost Photo Recovery

Photos always remind us of some unforgettable memories in our life. However, photos taken by digital camera which are often stored to an SD card can be lost sometimes. When a photo is erased from the SD card, is it erased permanently? Not exactly! In fact, when photos are erased from an SD card, only the name and link to the photos are deleted, but the real data still remains on the card. As long as the SD card is not overwritten by new data, it is quite possible to recover the lost photos from SD card.

2 Best Free Photo Recovery Tools for Lost Photo Recovery
This article will show you 2 best free photo recovery tools for lost photo recovery on your SD card. Both of the photo recovery can be used to restore lost photos no matter they get lost due to deletion, formatting, reformatting, not formatted error, bad sectors or other types of reasons. Both the software is windows-based tools, which is available for all brands and types of SD memory cards. Whether you select the first freeware or the second one, it can help you restore lost photos within simple 3 steps. You can refer to photo recovery from SD card to learn more information about the 2 best free photo recovery programs. 

Download the Following Software to Recover Data
#1 Data Recovery
Software to restore data off usb drive, memory card, pen drive, hard disk, external drive etc.

How to use: best disk recovery software for step by step guide

#2 Data Recovery Software
Another chance for you to recover data from disk, card, external etc.   
How to use: Windows data recovery steps

#3 Data Recovery for Card USB - recover data from card/usb

How to use: memory card recovery tutorials 

What Will You Do If Losing Valuable Photos on SD Card?
Have no idea and let all valuable photos go? Or call the professional data recovery service and pay lots of money? It is not good idea. As a matter of fact, you can solve the problem all by yourself. Here I would give you some advice to avoid further data loss on the SD card.

1. Protect SD card from any unexpected damage – Take out the SD card off the device and put it in a safe place where your little kids cannot touch. Generally speaking, photos are always recoverable on an SD card unless SD card is physically damaged or overwritten.

2. Avoid overwriting SD card – If you keep writing more data to the SD card or take more photos with the SD card in digital camera, the lost data will be overwritten. Since the new added data will occupy the space where stored the lost photos, it will make the data recovery difficult or even impossible once the SD card is overwritten.

Causes for Photo Loss from SD Card
  • Incorrectly delete several or all photos from an SD card, while you only want to delete the unimportant pictures
  • Remove SD card improperly from PC and cause SD card errors like not formatted error
  • Press the wrong button and restore the SD card to factory settings
  • SD card is attacked by virus and cannot work properly
  • Other reasons

Deleted Photo Recovery from SD Card
Although it is no longer difficult to recover deleted photos from an SD card nowadays, some people still don’t know that deleted photos from SD card can be recovered…
Photo Recovery on SD Card
When photos get lost on the SD card, don’t take files to the SD card to overwrite your old data; otherwise, you will lose them forever…
Recover Photos from SD Card under Mac OS
If you want to recover deleted or formatted photos on an SD memory card, you can have a try with SD card photo recovery freeware…
Freeware for SD Card Photo Recovery
It doesn’t matter how the photos get lost from the SD card. It only matters if you have overwritten the SD card after data loss
Recover Deleted Photos from SD Card
When photos get deleted from an SD card, you need to download and install the SD card recovery software on your computer and connect the SD card to the computer…
RAW External Drive Recovery
This page will introduce how to recover data from a raw external hard disk drive...

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