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FROM: EwanTenor
SUBJECT: How to recover lost photos from memory card on Sony camera?
KEYWORDS: recover photos, recover pictures,recover images
People use digital camera a lot nowadays. It is quite often to see people accidentally deleted photos from memory card on your Canon, Nikon, Kodak, Samsung camera, or formatted the memory card(including, SD card, SDHC card, CF card, XD card, M2 card, MMC card etc.) of your Canon Powershot / Nikon / Kodak Easyshare / Samsung digital camera unintentally, and wants to get back lost pictures. Even users did nothing wrong, photos may lost due to corruption of memory card. So a lot of people ask, is it possible to retrieve deleted photos? If yes, how to recover deleted photos from memory card?

Most of the time, recovering of lost photos is possible. You can even do it yourself without paying data recovery center expensive fees.

First of all, stop using the Memory Card.

When the photos are deleted, or memory card is formatted, the photos actually data are still stored on the memory card, just that they are not inaccessible, because system has lost the entry point, and the space is marked free to use.
So when you use memory card, it is likely that data will be saved to the space where lost photos located. This will make the photos not recoverable. That's why it is very important not to use the memory card after photos are lost. Even if the memory card is used, stop using it now.
Secondly, download a good Memory Card Recovery software.

The easiest way to recover lost photos is to use a digital photo recovery software.

The software should be easy to use so that users can just pick it up and use it. The recovery software should be able to support memory card type. Memory Card type means CompactFlash, Memory Stick Duo, Memory Stick Pro, Memory Stick Pro Duo, miniSD, MultiMediaCard MMC, SD Card, xD Picture Card, compact flash, memory stick, etc. It should support the file type of lost photos. The photo file type means JPG, JPEG, BMP, GIF, PNG.
One tip is to download free trial of Tenorshare Data Recovery software and do a scan of memory card for free. This will tells whether photos are recoverable before users spent money to purchase the memory card data recovery software.

Lastly, operate the memory card data recovery software to recover lost photos.

Here I will take Tenorshare Data Recovery as an example to show the whole recovery process. It's really very simple in fact.
Step 1: Connect the memory card to computer. Then in Windows Explorer (My Computer), you should see memory card shown as a drive letter (for example, E: ).
Step 2: Download and install Tenorshare Data Recovery. Then in the interface of this program, select memory card drive letter, then press "Start" button.
Step 3: It will start scanning for lost photos. After a while you will see a list of recoverable photos. You can recognize them by thumbnail of photos. Now click "Recover" button to recover all lost photos.

Article Resource:
http://www.any-data-recovery.com/photo-recovery-software.htm


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