Have you deleted your photos from memory card? Or have you unintentionally deleted photos from Memory card instead of deleting unnecessary files from Memory card? If yes, then go through this article, to know more about how to retrieve deleted photos from Memory card using the Photos Retrieval software.
As memory cards are the vastly used storage media on various electronic gadgets to store multiple file types such as photos, pictures, documents, etc., you may frequently face deletion or loss of photos files from these memory cards. Most of the times, photos files may get deleted from memory cards due to human mistake or carelessness, so in such case, don’t get panic. If you have deleted any memorable photos from memory card then you can opt Photos Retrieval software to know how to retrieve deleted photos from memory card. For more details, you can visit this link: http://photosretrieval.com
Reasons behind deletion of photos from Memory card:
- Unintentionally selection of “Delete All” button while previewing photos on a digital camera will delete all the photos files which are saved on memory card.
- Accidentally selecting and deleting of favorite photos files instead of unwanted files from the Memory card of digital camera or camcorder, smartphones, etc.
- Accidentally clicking on format option instead of ejecting it from the system will delete all the files including photos files from the Memory card.
- Deleting memory card photos when it is connected to system will not move them to Recycle Bin and results in complete deletion of photos from memory card.
- There is more probability of photos deletion when memory card files are infected by virus or malware.
- Accidental deletion of photos which are saved on memory card while you are trying to remove a single photo.
- When you connecting your memory card to the system, instead of performing scan operation, you may accidentally click on format option will erase all the files which are saved on the memory card including photos.
- At the times of antivirus scanning, your photos may also get deleted from the memory card if photos are infected with virus or malware threats.
Photos may get deleted from various memory cards which may occur due to any of the above mentioned reasons. In such situations, you can opt Photos Retrieval software which is capable of recovering deleting photos from memory card with ease.
Features of Photos Retrieval Software:
- This software is capable of retrieving deleted photos from memory card such as Micro SD, Mini SD, XD, CF, MMC, SDHC, SDXC, etc.
- It supports recovery of photos on all major versions of Windows operating system.
- It recovers various types of photo file formats such as JPEG, JPG, TIF, GIF, PNG, etc.
- This software can recover deleted photos from memory card types which are manufactured by Transcend, SanDisk, Sony, Samsung, Kingston, Lexar, etc.
- It also recovers Skype pictures, Zune photos, Photostream photos, etc.
- This software can easily recover deleted photos from various storage devices such as hard drives, external hard drive, pen drives, iPods, memory stick, USB drive, flash drive, etc.
In order to know more about photo recovery from SDHC card after format, check this page: http://www.photosretrieval.com/recover-photos-from-sdhc-memory-card-after-format.html
Procedure to Retrieve Deleted Photos from Memory Card:
Step 1: Download Photos Retrieval tool and install it on your computer to retrieve deleted photos from memory card. Run the software and click on "Recover Photos" option from main screen.
Figure 1. Main Screen
Step 2: Now, select "Recover Deleted Photos" from next screen.
Figure 2. Select Recovery Option
Step 3: Select memory card and click on “Proceed”button.
Figure 3. Select Memory Card
Step 4: Select photo formats from the list on next screen of tool and click on “Proceed”.
Figure 4. Select Photo Formats
Step 5: This tool scans for photo files and displays result in two views namely “File Type View” and “Data View”. Click on a photo file to preview it and save the recovered photo files using "Save" option.
Figure 5. Preview Screen