SD Card Keeps Deleting Files by Itself – Quick Fix!

Updated on February 06, 2020


Does your SD card keep deleting files by itself? Don't you have any idea why SD card is deleting files automatically? Then check it out why does SD card keeps deleting the files, and find an easy solution to fix the issue, and recover the files deleted from SD card with free Remo Recover software..!


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SD card keeps deleting files by itself? This is the most annoying thing, isn't it? It happens frequently with corrupted or damaged SD cards. It is essential to fix the problem at the quickest, otherwise you will be in severe problem of losing all your valuable data. To recover files deleted from SD card, and fix the faulty SD card, please read this article to know the solution.

Generally, the user may experience different errors or issues while using the SD card. But, what if the SD card keeps deleting files by itself? Isn’t it strange? Of course yes! But many SD card users have come across this odd problem.


Why Does SD Card Delete Files by Itself?


According to observation (based on several instances reported about automatic file deletion on SD card), faulty SD card is the main cause behind the “SD card deleting files by itself” problem.

In fact, when your SD card gets corrupted or logically damaged due to virus infection, broken file system, improper handling, etc. then it starts to output different symptoms like itself deleting files, showing errors and more.

Don’t worry! You can fix this problem easily. But, first, safely recover the files that are automatically deleted by the SD card itself, and then go for fixing the faulty SD card.

And, to recover your deleted files from SD card you can make use of Remo Recover software, available online.


Remo Recover - Free tool to Recover Files from SD Card When Deleted:


Remo Recover is the perfect solution to recover deleted files from SD card, regardless of how the files are deleted. The software only reads your SD card and restores deleted or lost data from it, hence your files are not altered. This software can also be used to recover files from MMC card, SDHC card, XD card, external hard drive, flash drive, iPod, USB drive, etc. along with the SD cards.

The tool has added advantages like Disk images (to skip bad blocks), RAW file recovery, Sort and Find (to select recovered files), Select File Types (to specify tool to recover particular files), Preview, Save Recovery Session and lot more. Moreover, the tool supports all major versions of Windows operating system including Windows 10.

So, you can rely on this software without any doubt, and recover your SD card files flawlessly.



How to Recover Files Deleted on SD Card?


Step 1: After installing the trial edition of Remo Recover software on your computer, run the application. Now, connect the SD card to the system via card reader and select “Recover Files” option from main screen. Then, choose the SD card from the list of available drives in the system, and click "Scan" button

SD Card Shows Empty - Main Screen

Figure A: Main Screen

Step 2: The tool now scans the SD card to extract all its files. Once it completes the scanning and recovery process, it displays the recovered files in Data View, and File Type View

My SD Card Shows Empty - Recovered Data View

Figure B: Recovered Data View

Step 3: Prior saving the recovered files, you can preview the recovered files one by one by right-clicking on the respective file, and choosing Preview option

SD Card Shows Up Empty - Preview Recovered Data

Figure C: Preview Recovered Data

Step 4: After previewing all the recoverable files, and if you are happy with the recovery results, you can activate the software to save the recovered files

Micro SD Card Shows Empty - Save Recoverable Data

Figure D: Save Recovered Data


Your deleted files are successfully recovered from the SD card. Now, you can try to fix the issue “SD card deleting files by itself”.


How to Fix SD Card Deleting Files by Itself Problem?


Step 1: Insert your SD card in card reader, connect it to computer and format the card.

Step 2: Run Command Prompt from the Start menu, type chkdsk/r [Your SD Card Drive Letter:] and hit Enter button.

Once, the process gets completed, copy files to SD card and check whether the issue is fixed or not.

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