How to Recover Photos from SanDisk SD Card?



SD card or secure digital card is a small portable external storage device which can be used as a primary storage device in various multimedia devices like digital cameras, iPods, camcorders, mobile phones, etc. It is used to store an enormous amount of data such as photos, videos, music collection, applications, RAW files, documents, spreadsheets, etc. There are various popular brands of SD cards such as SanDisk, Kingston, Lexar, Sony, etc.

SanDisk is one of the most popular and trusted brands of SD card which has the capability to store the vast amount of data. Consider a scenario that you lost your important photo collection from the SanDisk SD card by performing the accidental deletion. Don’t get annoyed by thinking how to get back deleted photos because here is a good solution to fix your photo loss problems. With the help of this SanDisk Recovery software you can easily recover photos from SanDisk SD card. Besides SD card recovery, this software is also restore deleted files from SanDisk flash drive, pen drive memory cards, external hard drive and so on.

Common factors that lead to the deletion or loss of photos from SanDisk SD card:

  • Accidental Deletion: It is one of the main human errors that lead to the deletion of photos from SD card i.e. while performing unwanted photo deletion there may be possibilities of selecting important photos and hit delete option.
  • Photo Transfer Interruption: While moving the photos from SanDisk SD card to computer internal drive and vice versa if any unwanted errors take place like improper ejection of memory cards, abrupt system shutdown, etc. then it results in deletion or loss of photos.
  • Unintentional Formatting: Sometimes when you connect SD card to your system through card reader you might receive an error message to format the SD card. If you unintentionally clicked on format option without taking backup of SD card then it results in the loss of valuable photos.
  • Bad Sectors: SanDisk also becomes inaccessible due to the presence of bad sectors. Due to this, you have to format it forcefully in order to access the SD card again.
  • Other Reasons: Some other reasons responsible for the deletion or loss of photos from SanDisk SD cards are improper handling of SD cards, capturing photos under low battery conditions, usage of unreliable third party tools, SD card crash, and so on.

Unique Features of SanDisk Recovery Software:

This software effectively performs SanDisk SD card photo recovery on all the supported versions of Windows and Mac operating systems. It is used for recovering various file types like audio files, video files, RAW photos, spreadsheets, etc. This software has the potential to retrieve data from SanDisk ultra SSD drives, SanDisk flash drives, SanDisk memory cards, SanDisk SSD drives, external hard drives, pen drives, FireWire drives, etc. This reliable tool is also used for recovering pictures from corrupted, formatted SanDisk SD cards. One can employ this software to recover SanDisk images of various file formats like TIFF, JPG, JPEG, and PNG so on. The recovered photos can be previewed with the help of preview option at the time of restoring them to any desired position.

Steps to perform photo recovery from SanDisk SD card:

Step 1: Download and install th free demo version of SanDisk Recovery software on your computer or laptop. After launching the software a Main Screen will be displayed as shown in Fig 1.

Recover Image From SanDisk SD Card - Main Screen

Fig 1: Main Screen

Step 2: Here, you have to select the SanDisk SD card and then click on "Next" button as shown in Fig 2.

Image Recovery From SanDisk SD Card - SanDisk SD Card

Fig 2: Select SanDisk SD Card

Step 3: After the completion of scanning process, a list of recovered photos from SanDisk SD card will be displayed as shown in below Fig 3.

Recovering Image Files From SanDisk SD Card - Recovered SanDisk SD Card Photos

Fig 3: Recovered SanDisk SD Card Photos

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