Recover lost photos from Sony HDR-CX190/B HD Handycam

Are you fond of clicking photos and recording videos from your Sony HDR-CX190/B High Definition Handycam Camcorder? Surely you must be because you enjoy capturing memories in it. Whenever you miss those happy moments, you just have to glance at your photos. You also must be having the copy of the files of your handycam in your computer. And that’s because you would love to view your photos while using your computer. It may so happen that while transferring the files, your system gets shut down for some unknown reason. Because of this sudden shut down, some of your .jpeg files, that were yet to be copied are now lost. This is when you should go for the media file recovery software.

The photos in your Sony HDR-CX190/B handycam are crystal clear as it is capable of capturing images of 5.3 Megapixel. It records videos in Full HD with the resolution of 1920 x 1080/60i. It has many attractive features. The built in USB cable can be used to ease the file transfer and charge the handycam. Highlight playback enables you to create movies with the effects of transitions. Exmor CMOS Sensor provides the privilege of capturing superb videos at low light. You can recover your lost files from Sony HDR-CX190/B handy cameasily by using recovery software.

Follow few easy steps to recover your lost files. Firstly connect the handy cam to your system. Download and install Remo Recover (Windows) Media Edition into your PC. Run the software and opt for Recover photos. Then select Recover Lost Photos tab. Select the icon of the drive of your handy cam and click next. Click next by selecting the file types which you want to recover. Select the file format from picture category. When you click next, the scan process gets initiated. The recoverable files are listed after scanning. You can select the files which you want to recover and store in the location of your wish.

There might be various reasons for sudden shut down like overheating of computer, some software issues or problems in the settings of Windows. Avoid these things to safe guard your data and also your hardware.