Restore lost 3D video files from Lexar Professional CompactFlash Card

After a much awaited occasion gets over, what remains behind are the joyous moments captured in photos and videos of your camera. If these videos are stored in your Lexar Professional 1000x CompactFlash® Card then they become worth cherishing. You recorded your sister’s marriage ceremony in a professional DSLR camera, but while you were uploading the video in your laptop the camera suddenly shuts down. Oops! You ignored the low battery messages. Now when you try reloading it after charging the battery what you find is that your flash card has no files at all. All your 3D videos are to be found nowhere. You are at your wits ends for you know not where these videos have gone? Will you be able to get them back or have you lost them forever? Do not worry. You can recover all these lost videos back using Remo Card Recovery Software.

Lexar Professional 1000x CompactFlash Card is known for its Professional level and high speed performance. In this card you store high quality images in 1080p HD and 3D video. It`s CF card contains Lexar Image Rescue® 4 software, which provides consistent recovery of photo and video files, even when they are erased or the card is corrupted. Along with various other inbuilt hi-tech features, you also get a life time warranty with this product.

Videos can get lost from flash memory cards once they get corrupted. These lost MOV files can be restored back on your system using Remo Recover (Windows) -Media Edition. To know how to get them back follow the simple steps given below -

  • Connect the flash card to your system
  • Download and install  the demo version of the software
  • Select ‘Recover Photos’ and go to the next page
  • Now click on ‘Recover Lost Photos’
  • Select a drive / partition from which the data needs to be recovered and click ‘Next
  • It will show you a list of lost photos, select the files by ticking the check box
  • Save the ‘Recovery Session’
  • If you are satisfied with this then purchase the software and restore the video files in a different partition

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