"My Kingston SD card is corrupted. The card is used for videos recording and for stills camera for pictures. Anyone knows how to rescue my data?"
SD memory cards are great since they can make your phone or camera a much larger and more versatile beast. However, there are many SD memory card errors. For example, when the SD card corrupts and stops working, you could not have access to your files and could lose them. In this article, we will show you easy solutions to recover files from corrupted SD card of various brands, including Micro SD card, SanDisk Extreme Pro, Lexar Professional 600x, Verbatim Premium UHS-I, PNY Pro-Elite Plus, Kingston Technology Ultimate XX, Lebara, Samsung SDHC Pro, etc.
Yes, you can restore data from corrupted SD card with Card Data Recovery, which is the specialist SD card data recovery software. The most important thing you should know is that don't format the SD card although you may get the messages saying "The disk is not formatted. Do you want to format it now", or else the data on the corrupted SD card may be destroyed and unrecoverable.
Card Data Recovery is a Windows-based tool, and it can recover data from your corrupted SD card on Windows 8.1/8/7/XP/Vista. With excellent recovery capacity, it can retrieve all pictures, videos, music, other audio files, word documents, PDF files and more data of over 300 formats from corrupted SD card that stops working. No data loss and damage during data recovery.
If you have a Mac on OS X 10.9 Mavericks, 10.8 Mountain Lion, 10.7, 10.6, go to the Mac version, Card Data Recovery for Mac, to recover data from corrupted SD card on Mac.
Download the software on your computer and install it following the install wizard.
Here is the guide to show you how to recover data from corrupted SD card on PC.
If you want a freeware to recover data from corrupted SD card, you can try the free trial version of Card Data Recovery. It can help to preview and extract all files on your corrupted SD card for free. If you accidently deleted files, you can also recover the deleted data from SD card.comments powered by Disqus