Recovery of Picture on Flash Card
Simplest Way to Rescue Picture on Flash Card
Flash card is a small storage device and very useful in day to day life to store files, folders and other useful data including pictures. There is no limitation of heartache when your pictures of sweet memorable movement get deleted from flash card. No doubt losing such photos is really annoying, but with the help of recovery software you can recover lost photos very easily. Only thing you need to do is as soon as you come to know that your important images has been deleted stop using your memory card.
There are many reasons for picture loss from SD card like accidental deletion of pictures from SD card, use of Shift Delete command, formatting flash drive, virus and malware attack, improper handling of card, power surge, loss of image during transfer from one device to other, corruption of card, etc.It does not matter how your photos are lost from flash card, they can be recovered with the help of picture recovery software with utmost ease.
One of the most frequently encountered reason for picture loss that user faces is accidental deletion, suppose user want to delete any photo that is not good are due to some other issue and while deleting some other picture gets deleted. In this link, you will get complete information about deleted image recovery from memory card: http://www.picturerecoverysoftware.org/deleting-them-from-memory-card.html
Improper handling of flash card is another reason where picture loss is possible. A real time example of this is when user is using flash card on computer to transfer photos from system to card after this process user disconnect flash card skipping safety step then there is much more chance of picture loss.
Virus and malware attacks makes files or folders stored on SD card corrupt and corrupted files or folders may be deleted from third party software thus picture within that folder also get deleted. Corruption of flash card could lead in data inaccessibility stored on it thus increase the chance of photo stored on that. Power surge may cause system shut down improperly, suppose you are copying some important picture from system to card and system shuts down abruptly this may cause loss of pictures being copying. Irrespective of photo loss scenario recovery of pictures on flash card is very much possible. One thing here user need to understand is that photos deleted from such case are not actually deleted but only entry from file system is removed and space is marked as free for further storage. Data still exists there physically and can be brought back until it is overwritten with new data. So, if you deleted any images from your digital camera, you can use this application. This link will help you to recover deleted photos from Kodak camera: http://www.picturerecoverysoftware.org/deleted-pictures-from-kodak-digital-camera.html
Recovery of pictures lost in the above mentioned circumstances can be achieved using Picture Recovery Software which is specially designed for picture recovery. This software works on various versions of Windows and Mac including Windows Vista, XP, Windows 7, Windows server 2003 and 2008, Mac OS X lion, Snow Leopard, and Leopard. Even, you can employ this application to restore all types of images from Android phones like Samsung Galaxy S3, S2 and many others. It has ability to zip recovered files and provides preview of retrieved pictures. This tool support all types of image format which includes RAW, X3F, PEF, JPG, TIFF, TIF, PNG, CRW, NEF, ARW, SR2, ORF, MRW, BMP, GIF, PSD, CR2, DNG, RAF, KDC, K25, DCR, JPEG, 3FR. This tool can also restore pictures from memory card which has been corrupted due to error while performing file system change.
Steps to Recover Picture on Flash Card
Step 1: After downloading and installing Picture Recovery Software, launch the Main Screen of tool and choose "Recover Photos" as shown in Fig 1.
Fig 1: Main Screen
Step 2: Select "Recover Deleted Photos" and then choose drive among listed logical drives as shown in Fig 2.
Fig 2: Select Flash Card
Step 3: Recovered pictures can be previewed as displayed in Fig 3.
Fig 3: Preview Recovered Pictures