Flash Card Picture Recovery

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Hello friends! One think I want to know whether it is possible to get back pictures and other stuff from flash card. Photos are deleted mistakenly, actually, I want to delete some unwanted stuff from that card but in hurry I deleted pictures also. I am not much bothered about other stuff but photos are very precious to me because I had captured lots of pictures last month with my family on summer vacation and even I don’t have backup of those pictures. If it is possible then please let me know ASAP. Thanks.

Yes of course, you can easily recover deleted or lost pictures from flash card by making use of excellent third party picture recovery software like Remo Recover. But one thing you have to keep in mind that is, you should immediately stop usage of flash card after losing pictures from it. Technically speaking, though you have lost your pictures from flash card unintentionally or due to some logical issues but still you can retrieve it because all the information are still present on same position until fresh files overwrites onto it.

Before we understand the complete recovery process, let us have a look over few common reasons through which pictures get delete or lost from flash card:

  • Interruption in Transfer Process: At the time of transferring pictures from flash card to system or any other storage device via data cable, if any interruption occurs like unexpected power failure, sudden ejection of flash card, etc. this sort of incidences results in picture loss.
  • Improper Ejection of Flash Card: Pictures stored on flash card may get delete or lost because of unintentional ejection of card from camera during read or write process, capturing photos when flash card is almost full, etc.
  • External Threats: Using same flash card on numerous devices will also leads to corruption of card due to harmful virus attack (Troja, Spyware, Malware, Spyware, Computer worms, etc). and lastly results in loss of all files including pictures enclosed on it.
  • Other Reasons: Flash card file system corruption, unintentional formatting, memory card corruption, unintended deletion of pictures, etc.

In order to overcome from all the above stated critical issues the best software is Remo Software. This application has the ability to identify all image file formats and retrieve them back to make reusable once again.

Eye Catching Features of Remo Software

  • This software has the capability to recover files from USB drive, hard drives, memory cards, iPod's etc. without any problems
  • The software is compatible with all versions of Mac and Windows operating system to recover pictures from flash cards
  • In addition to picture recovery, you can also make use of this application to get back lost or deleted videos, audio and other media files

Steps to Recover Pictures from Flash Card

Step 1: Download and install demo version of Remo Recover software in your system and connect flash card via memory card slot or card reader.

Step 2:< From the main screen select "Recover Photos" and select "Recover Lost Photos" option to retrieve lost pictures from flash card. For deleted pictures select "Recover Deleted Photos" and follow the photo recovery process.

Step 3: Now select the flash card which appears as a logical drive and then click on "Next" button.

Step 4: Even you can select the pictures based on their unique signatures by selecting proper file types. And click "Next", now the scanning process begins.

Step 5: After the completion of scanning process, you will find two options to see the recovered file that is "Data View" or “File Type View” option.

Step 6: If you are pleased with the final result and want to save the recovered files then go for license version to save them on desired location.

With the assistence of Remo Recover application you can even recover photos from Olympus XD card in a matter of minutes. Click on given link to know more...

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