Sunday, February 13, 2011

Memory Card Recovery Utility: Recovers lost photos from memory cards

It is very tough situation to loose important photos of our life. Most of us, experience the problem of loosing of photos in life. Memory Cards which is heavily used to store digital photos are more prone to corrupt. You can not access the stored photos of memory card due to corruption of its file systems. The situation becomes a little bit easier, when you created backup files of the lost photos. But most of the time, we often forget to take back-up being a little bit lazy. So what to do, in case you have not taken back-up and the memory card has got corrupted. In this case, the use of Card Recovery Software can help you to remove the error and recover the lost photos.
A memory card may get corrupted due to following reasons:
  • Virus attack
  • low battery while capturing photos
  • pulling out of card from camera while a file is being written on it
  • pulling out of card from card reader while a file is being transferred to computer
  • switching off the camera while a file is being saved on card etc.
When a card is corrupted, the file system of the card is corrupted resulting the digital equipment like camera, camcorder and computer are unable to access the photos from the card. But, the photos are exist on the card while we do not overwrite it with other files.
A Memory Card Recovery utility scans the memory card and recovers all the lost photos from corrupted card. The recovered files can be saved at user-specified location.
Card Recovery Software is a globally recognized card recovery utility that recovers lost, missing, and formatted files from any memory card including hard disk, pen drive, zip drive, memory sticks, Cds, DVDs etc.. The third-party utility recovers almost all kinds file types, irrespective of their size. Designed for Mac OS X and Windows, the free demo version of the software allows the user to preview the files before saving it at required location. It is available in two variants: mac and windows.

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