Regain Lost Pictures from SDHC Card

I have a Nikon digital camera, which uses SDHC card to store photos. Few days ago, when I was viewing marriage photos of my wedding in which my whole family was participated from digital camera. Suddenly when I was viewing photos from digital camera encountered error such as “Memory card error” and unable to access photos from digital camera. A small error when handling the digital camera operation has landed me in a trouble, as these photos were available to me. Is your SDHC memory card got corrupt and you are unable to access stored photos from digital camera? Are you wondering, if it is possible to get back lost photos from a corrupted SDHC card? Irrespective of the brand of your digital camera, these cameras do not completely remove photos from memory card in any condition. They can be still rescued back!!! You can get back your memorable photos of wedding with the help of this powerful photo rescue tool to easily get back photos lost from corrupted SDHC card of digital camera.

Secure Data High Capacity (SDHC) is an extension of SD standard that increases storage capacity of card up to 32 GB. You can make use of SDHC memory card with wide range of devices such as digital camera, camcorders, mobile phones, music players, and portable computers. This software has the ability to rescue photos from SDHC card lost due to SDHC card corruption issues, abrupt pulling of SDHC card while transferring photos, etc. So, it’s recommended to take proper backup of your photos from SDHC card before getting struck in such situations. With the help of this software now it’s possible to get back photos from various manufacturing brands such as Transcend, Kingston, A – DATA, Verbatim and many others of various file formats such as JPEG, JPG, TIFF, TIF, PNG, etc from memory cards of different types such as mini SD, micro SD, MMC, CF card, XD card. This software allow you to perform SDHC raw recovery in an efficient way.

Possible reasons for photo loss from SDHC card

  • Abrupt pulling out SDHC card: When you are transferring photos from SDHC card to your computer, if you will suddenly pull out SDHC card from digital camera will lead to photo loss.
  • SDHC card corruption: If any virus invades into your digital camera through internet or any other mean will result in corruption of SDHC card making your favorite photos inaccessible.
  • Accidental formatting of SDHC card: Sometimes while using digital camera you will unknowingly click on "format" option provided that will completely format your SDHC card and lead to photo loss from digital camera.
  • Transfer errors: If any interruption takes place while transferring photos from SDHC card to any other storage device such as computer system resulting in corruption of SDHC card making your photos inaccessible.

When any of the above problems occur, your SDHC card becomes inaccessible and unusable. However, the photos are still there on the SDHC card and cannot be accessed due to corruption. In such situations, you can easily get back the lost, missing, and inaccessible photos using SDHC card recovery software. This award winning utility has been incorporated with efficient scanning algorithm to rescue photo, video, audio and RAW photos generated by professional DSLR cameras such as Canon, Nikon, Kodak, Sony, Olympus, Pentax, etc on the basis of their unique signatures. Using this utility you can easily perform restoration of pictures from Kingston SDHC card, similarly other brands like SanDisk, Hp, etc. his software is strongly recommended by different organizations and experts to get back photos lost due to switching off the camera during transfer of photos, capturing photos when the camera is low on battery, using same memory card in different digital cameras, etc will result in corruption of SDHC card making your favorite photos inaccessible. This advanced application will enable you to easily rescue photos from SDHC card on your own as they have simple and self descriptive graphical user interface with just few clicks.

You can make use of this award winning software to rescue photos from external hard drives such as USB flash drive, Fire Wire drive, thumb drive, pen drive and iPod. This software will support to rescue photos from hard drive and FAT or NTFS file system. This popular utility will redeem photos from Windows OS of different versions such as Windows XP, Vista, 7, etc and Mac OS of different versions such as Mac OS X, Lion, Leopard, etc with great ease. In addition, you can use this tool to rescue deleted pictures on SDHC card after accidental deletion on both Windows and Mac OS. To get detailed information on hot to undelete images, you can browse at

Note: With the aid of this user friendly application you can easily get back SanDisk SDHC card data lost due to abrupt removal, virus attacks, etc with great ease.

Steps to get back photos lost from SDHC card:

Step 1: Connect your SDHC card then download and install software in your computer. Soon after launching the software, you will get the welcome screen with three different options, among them select "Recover Photos" to rescue photos.

Regain Lost Pictures from SDHC Card - Main Screen

Figure 1: Main Screen

Step 2: Select "Recover Lost Photos" option to rescue lost photos from SDHC card, and select the drive from which photos needs to be rescued Soon after clicking on "Next" will give rise to the scanning process.

Regain Lost Pictures from SDHC Card - Select Drive To Rescue Photos

Figure 2: Select Drive To Rescue Photos

Step 3: Once the scanning process is completed you can view the redeemed photo files displayed in "File Type View" and soon after that using "Preview" option to view the reclaimed photos from SDHC card.

Recover Photos from SDHC Card - Preview Redeemed Photos

Figure 3: Preview Redeemed Photos

Step 4: After previewing photos you can save rescued photos using "Save Recovery Session" option. If you are satisfied with the software you can purchase and activate the software to load previously saved and scanned information.

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