Software to Restore Deleted Photos from Memory Card
Memory card is a small chip that is used as main storage device in cameras, phones and music players. Usually, people stores music files and pictures on memory cards. An small error or improper handelling of memory chip can result in deletion of your favorite photos those you never wish to lose. After such accident, if you have backup of deleted pictures then you can simply restore pictures and other files after deletion but if do not have proper backup of memory card files then the only option remains with you is to employ the Recover Memory Card software. It the best utility recommended by industry professionals to find deleted pictures from memory card. It comes with strong capability to support almost all type of memory cards such as microSD, SDHC, SDXC, CF, xD and so on.
While using memory card to store pictures and other files, you must care about some concerns in order to prevent photo file deletion. Let us talk over frequent scenarios related to photo file deletion from memory card. Most of user gets delete pictures from memory card accidently when they are deleting selected files. Actually, this kind of file deletion scenario takes place when you attempt to delete some useless photos but mistakenly you select those pictures also whom you never want to delete. Similarly, you may end with pressing Delete All option on your camera and hence get delete all files from camera memory card. On such data crisis, you should use the software so that you can undelete memory card pictures without any loss. You can also take advantage of this auspicious tool to restore pictures from erased memory card.
File sytem corruption to memory card is also very common factor leads to photo file deletion. Due to improper system shut down or startup procedure, while card is connected to the computer and hardware failure, file system gets damage or corrupt after that photos gets delete. Similarly, if you are transferring photos between memory card and your PC, an interruption can result in deleting picture files from memory card. Virus infection is another very serious reason that leads to deletion of image files from memory cards. Use of third party application such as anti-virus program to scan memory card can also leads to deletion of images and other severly corrupted files from memory card. Whatever the photo deletion case is, you can easily resolve such problems and get back deleted files from Transcend SD card. Software also supports excellent photo file recovery from SanDisk, Lexar, Sony, kingMax, Toshiba, Apacer and from other popularbrands� memory cards.
Recover Memory Card software is an advanced invention of excellent industry experts for retrievel of deleted image files from memory cards. It enables you to undelete more than 300 popular file type such as .jpg, .png, .gif, .tiff, .bmp etc including raw file formats like cr2, crw, raf, nef etc. Software comes with easy to use interactive GUI to facilitate effortless image recovery process. If you have raw file deletion related issues, just apply this awesome utility and enjoy your awesome memories.
Steps to Rescue Deleted Photo Files are as follows:
Step 1: Connect memory card to computer and then launch the software, either from the Programs Menu or by clicking on the desktop shortcut icon. On main window, select "Recover Photos" option as shown in Figure 1.
Figure 1. Main Window
Step 2: From the next screen, select the "Recover Deleted Photos" option. The software displays all the drives that are connected to the computer, select the memory card as shown in Figure 2.
Figure 2. Select Memory Card
Step 3: You can perform an additional search for files by selecting the file types provided by the software as shown in Figure 3.
Figure 3. Choose File Type
Step 4: The software scans the memory card for deleted pictures and once the scanning process gets over, software displays the searched files which can be viewed by using "Data View" or "File Type View" option as shown in Figure 4.
Figure 4. View Recovered Photo Files
Step 5: You can make use of the "Preview" option to preview the recovered pictures as shown in Figure 5.
Figure 5. Preview Recovered Files