Lost priceless photos from your camera’s memory card? This may be heartbreaking, as photos are pretty much close to our heart and remind us about the good old times that we spent with our family & friends. It’s true that nobody wants to lose photos; but at times due to corruption of memory card on your camera or cell phones can make you through unpleasant photo loss scenario. Most of the time you don’t have a backup of those pictures as it is an unplanned event. You may get deeply depressed by this, but hang on a minute..! Getting depressed is not the correct way to recover photos from corrupted memory card. Then what to do? First stop the use of memory card and avoid tasks like formatting and running of antivirus scan on the card. After following these precautionary measures go for specialized photo recovery software that will help you to restore photos from corrupted memory card.
Memory cards use flash memory to store digital stuff like document, audios, videos, photos, etc. These are extensively used these days in almost all electronic devices that support multimedia storage to store vital and valuable data. Since these cards provide large amount of space to stock your digital pictures, many of the professional photographers and normal users use these cards to save captured photos. As these are portable and help you to transfer photos from memory card to laptop or desktop. But because of portability, memory cards are vulnerable to corruption. Let’s have a brief look at the memory card corruption scenario in next paragraph.
How corruption may occur?
There are many reasons for memory card corruption, but improper ejection or removal of connected memory card from system is the one that is frequently seen. You may wonder how removal of memory card can become reason for corruption. So here it..! Whenever you pull out a memory card in between the read or write process, it may turn inaccessible. As such, sudden termination of process may result in corruption of file system, which is liable for accessibility of memory card and its data. Besides this, other reasons like virus infection and repeated formatting of memory card may also contribute to the same result.
Remo Photo Recovery - Free Tool to Recover Photos from Corrupt Memory Card..!
It’s very easy to recover images from corrupt memory card employing Remo Recover. Whatsoever may be the reason Remo Recover will get back pictures from memory card that are deleted, lost or missing in few minutes. It uses its strong scanning algorithm to examine and locate files using unique signature and recover photos of the formats like jpg, jpeg, tif, tiff, png, gif, raw, and other digital image format. Using this hassle free recovery tool, you can carry out corrupted memory card photo recovery from a types of flash cards on Windows OS. Also helpful in recovering photos from unreadable CF card and other types of memory cards like SD, Micro SD, SDXC, SDHC, MMC, XD, etc.
Salient Features of Remo Recover..!
1: Connect your corrupted memory card to Windows computer and run the demo edition of Remo Recover. Main screen gets open with two different recovery options as shown in Figure 1. Choose Recover Files option from the main screen. Then, the software displays the the list of detected logical and physical drives, choose the corrupted memory card from the list and click Scan button
Figure 1: Main Screen
2: Software now starts scanning the memory card to extract the files, and once scanning is completed, a list of recovered files are displayed. It allows users to view the recovered files in two formats Data View, and File Type View as shown in the fugure below
Figure 2: Recovered Data View
3: Now, it allows you to preview the recovered files through Preview option
Figure 3: Preview Recovered Photos
4: Save recovery session option can be used for future use, if you are willing to do so.
Figure 4: Save Recovery Session
5: If you are satisfied with the tool, then purchase the licensed edition and save the recovered photos by opening the recovery session by clicking Open Recovery Session option
Figure 5: Save Recovered Files