By: Judith Law
Most digital camera enthusiasts may meet the situations that deleted the photos inexpertly, for example the camera fell into the toddles hands. Sometimes when back from the journey we can only find that the computer cannot recognize the SD card. Most people cannot find out the way for the SD card recovery and just lost the photos. Relax, please.The followings are some ways you can try for SD card recovery and Photo Recovery.
1. Repair the SD card the computer cannot recognize. If you meet this situation, try to take the SD card out and put it back in. On rare occasions, computers don't recognize that the information on the card changed. After the card is removed and reinserted, the computer should reload it. You can also try refreshing the window by right-clicking and selecting "Refresh" from the list. This is the easiest and the basic method you can try to find your SD data back.
2. Check the camera and make sure the SD card is inserted right and the Camera settings are correct. Sometimes the SD card may not insert correct or camera's settings may have been changed and the data was saved to the internal memory so you cannot find the pictures on the SD card.
3. Recover Photos and make a SD card recovery for the deleted photos. If the methods tried above cannot fix the problem or you have deleted & formatted the photos from the SD card, you may need a photo recovery tool or Data recovery tool. An online search will turn up a plethora of data-recovery-utilities, most of them offer a free version that can show you a preview of photos that can be recovered, but require you to buy the software to do the actual recovery. I have tried 6 photo recovery tools and the price of them is at a range from $39 to $129. My favorite Photo recovery tool is Wondershare Photo Recovery; it has a powerful photo recovery program and has a relatively lower price.
There are some more tips for you before recovering your photos. The first one is, do not use your SD card for any other data transfer or storage because it may cover the original data. The second is, do not storage the recovered data in the lost datas folder. It may also cause the conflict problems. So how about the result of your photo recovery?
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About the Author:
This author is a student in Winston Collage who has great interests in System Security and regularly writes for Wondershare Photo Recovery.