"I have a Micro SD card that I mistakenly formatted yesterday. These files are my trip pictures and very precious. How can I recover photos from formatted SD card?"
With the widely use of SD card, SD card data loss are really common. Either you mistakenly press the "Format" button or formatted your SD card on purpose; everything stored on the SD card will be erased immediately after formatting. Thus, is it possible to recover data from formatted SD card? Of course, yes!
The lost files won't be erased immediately after they are formatted. They will stay on the file system until new file occupy its space. What you need is just a data recovery application. Formatted SD Card Data Recovery is a good choice for you to recover photos, video, audio files and other types of files from SD card, mini SD card, micro SD card, etc. lost due mistaken formatting, not format error, and other reasons. All you need to do is to download the program, scan formatted card with this program and you can recover your wanted files.
Below are the basic steps to recover data from formatted SD card. Remember stop using your SD card once you formatted it. Or lost data could never be restored again.
Download and install this formatted SD card data recovery software free on any Windows PC. Mac users, refer to Formatted SD Card Data Recovery for Mac.
Connect your SD card to computer with a card reader. Run Formatted SD Card Data Recovery and click "Start". Now select the device and the file types you want to recover. Click "Scan" to start scanning.
Preview your files before recovery. Finally select files you want and click "Recover" button to restore files from formatted SD card. Don't save the recovered data on your original SD card again.
Done! Within easy 3 steps, all your lost files are back. Moreover, this Formatted SD Card Data Recovery tool fully supports all brands of SD cards, like SanDisk, Kingston, KingMax, Sony, Lexar, PNY, PQI, Toshiba, Panasonic, FujiFilm, Samsung, Canon, Qmemory, Transcend, Apacer, PRETEC, HITACHI, Olympus, SimpleTech, Viking, OCZ Flash Media, ATP, Delkin Devices.comments powered by Disqus