Recover Formatted SD Card

SD Card is been an innovation in the field technology as it is a portable storage device which allows you to carry ample amount of information like videos, photos, documents and many more wherever you travel. There are cases in which , you may often format your SD Card either accidentally or intentionally. If you format the SD Card without saving the previous stored data, then all the data from your SD card will be erased and you may suffer data loss. However, now through the use of formatted recovery tool, you can retrieve formatted SD card data easily within few basic steps..   

SD Card formatting without taking proper back up is one of the common problems faced by users from all over the globe. Either you format your SD card accidentally or intentionally due to corruption, you will end up losing all their valuable data contained in the SD card. The common question that user asks after formatting is "can I recover formatted SD Card data? Well, the answer to this question is yes. Retrieving formatted data is now possible with excellent SD Card recovery software. To know more about the software go through this link www.recoverdataafterformat.net/.


SD Card corruption also leads to formatting. When you connect your SD Card to your PC suddenly an error message pops up stating that "Memory card not formatted" this means that your SD Card is corrupted. And this error message will not allow you to perform any function on SD Card until you format your SD Card and if you format the SD Card all your precious data will be lost. But there is no need to worry about the lost data because formatted SD Card recovery software is present to handle this type of scenarios. And it helps to recover formatted memory card photos, videos, documents, etc. with great ease.


How it is possible to recover formatted SD card data using recovery software? This is because, when you knowingly or unknowingly format your SD Card, the data present on it will not be permanently deleted, only the pointer of that data will be deleted because of which your system will not recognize the data and shows that location is free for new data. So you must act quick and restore formatted SD Card data before it is over written by new data. In this situation you can make use of formatted SD Card recovery tool to retrieve formatted SD Card. With this you can even recover deleted files after formatting a drive.


The main advantage of the software is that it can recover formatted SD Card and also other memory cards like CF, XD,SDXC, SDHC and more. Thus, you can recover data from any formatted memory card. It can be used to restore files from several file systems such as NTFS, NTFS5, FAT16, FAT32, ExFAT drives. It can be useful while restoring .jpg, .jpeg, .mp3, .mp4, .wav, .midi, files. The recovered data is sorted on the basis of name, size, date and time. It also helps to recover all the accidentally lost, deleted, formatted data from your USB drives, hard drives etc. Dig in http://www.recoverdataafterformat.net/external-hard-drive.html to know more about recovery of external hard drive.

Steps used to restore formatted SD card:

Step 1: Download and install the software to recover formatted SD card. After launching the software you will get a main screen from which you have to choose “Recover Partitions / Drives” as shown in fig1.

Recover Formatted SD Card - Main Screen

fig1: Main Screen

Step 2: Select “Formatted / Reformatted recovery” from the displayed window. Next choose the SD card from where you want to restore your formatted data as shown in fig2.

Recover Formatted SD Card - Select SD Card

fig2: Select SD Card

Step 3: The moment scanning gets completed the restored data can be viewed using “File Type View” / “Data Type View”. If you wish to restore later you can opt for “Save Recovery Session” option. If you want to save it immediately, you can opt for a location and save the file as shown in fig3.

Recover Formatted SD Card - Preview

fig3: Preview

 

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