“Hi, I’m using Sony Compact Flash card in my DSLR camera from last one year. Today I have accidentally formatted CF card present in my digital camera. I had important pictures, videos stored in that CF card; I want to get back those vital files. I don’t even know whether they are recoverable or not. Can someone suggest me how to get lost data from CF card?”
This is the most common data loss scenario faced by many Compact Flash card users these days and this scenario is more often discussed on many forums. But you need not worry for formatted data because you can bring it back using recovery tool. Some other scenarios where you may lose data from CF card are listed below:-
Restore CF Card
Irrespective of CF card data loss scenario, you can make use of Remo Recover for CF card software to get back deleted or lost data. This software is safe and fast to rescue lost or deleted photos, audios, videos and other files stored on CF card. Apart from Compact Flash card, it works successfully to perform formatted TF card recovery and also other memory cards like, XD card, SD card, MMC, memory stick, XQD card etc. This software is highly compatible with all major Operating Systems like Windows XP, Windows Vista, Windows 7, etc.
Unique features of Remo Recover for CF card software are:-
Step 1: Connect your CF card to the system and run Remo Recover for CF card software on your computer and then select “Recover Files” option from main screen, and then choose the CF card from the list of drives & click "Scan" button
Figure 1: Main Screen
Step 2: Now wait for the software to complete the scanning process, and upon the completion of scanning process, a list of recovered files are displayed in "Data View" and "File Type View"
Figure 2: Recovered Data View
Step 3: Now, before you save the recovered files, preview them by using "Preview" option to check the efficiency of the software
Figure 3: Preview Recovered Files
Step 4: Now, if you are fully satisfied with the recovery results, then activate the license of the software and save the recovered files at your desired location
Figure 4: Save Recovered Files