Restore Files from SD card
Restore Files from SD card – easily with the Software, Recommended by Microsoft(R) corporation.
File restoration software can restore files from SD, SDHC, SDXC, Mini SD, Micro SD and other SD card types.
To restore files from SD card, connect it to your computer. Then download and run file restoration software, recommended by Microsoft(R). All lost files will be restored and saved on another SD card or in any folder of your computer.
About SD Card Restoration
SD or Secure Digital Memory cards can suffer from a number of faults that can lead to data loss. File restoration software can restore data from the following causes of data loss:
- SD Card Requests to be formatted when attempts are made to access it from within your operating system
- The SD does not show up at all when inserted into a card reader, digital camera or computer
- Bent, snapped or physically damaged devices can normally be fully restored.
- Deleted Files or formatted SD devices are normally fully restoreable
SD card restoration software offer a restoration service for your corrupted files as well as deleted file restoration and the restoration of data from formatted SD Cards.
Restore files from SD card of Any type
(SD, SDHC, SDXC, miniSD, micro SD and others)
Restore files from SDs of any type and size. Secure Digital is a non-volatile memory card format developed by the SD Card Association for use in portable devices. The SD technology is used by more than 400 brands across dozens of product categories and more than 8,000 models, and is considered the de-facto industry standard.
The SDSC card family, commonly known as SD, has an official maximum capacity of 2 GB, though some are available up to 4 GB. The SDHC card family have a capacity of 4 GB to 32 GB. SDXC card family have a capacity starting above 32 GB with a maximum capacity of 2 TB. The availability of 4 GB capacity in both the SD and SDHC families have caused much compatibility confusion with users since each has a slightly different communication protocol.
From a host device point of view, all cards within the same family appear the same to it. SD / miniSD / microSD are members of the SD family. SDHC / miniSDHC / microSDHC are members of the SDHC family. SDXC / microSDXC are members of the SDXC family. SDIO / miniSDIO are members of the special SDIO I/O family. SD adapters allow the physical conversion of smaller SD cards to work in a larger physical slot, and basically are passive devices that connect the pins from the smaller SD card to the pins of the larger SD adapter.
Since cards from all families have a similar physical size, it tends to cause confusion with consumers. For example, microSD, microSDHC, and microSDXC are all the same physical size, but the capabilies for each is defined by its respective family.
The communication protocols for the SDHC / SDXC / SDIO families are slightly different than the established SD family, which has caused older host devices to not recognize the newer card families. When a SDHC or SDXC card is inserted into an older SD host device, it shouldn't cause any physical or electrical damage to either the card or host device, though the host device won't be able to recognize the card. Some older host devices don't correctly handle 2 GB and/or 4 GB SD cards since they use larger blocks. Most incompatiblity issues can be resolved with a firmware update, but unfortunately vendors rarely correct issues in older host devices. Files on all this types of SD cards can be automatically restored with SD card restoration software.
How to Restore Files from SD card?
I have SD card and need to restore files from it. How can I restore files from SD card? How do I restore files from SDHC, SDXC, SD, Mini SD, Micro SD card?
Restore files from SD card – easily with the file restoration software.
To restore files from SD card, first – insert it to the card reader. Then download and run file restoration program, recommended by Microsoft(R). All lost files will be automatically restored and saved on another SD card or in any folder on your computer.