Secure Digital (SD) cards are extensively utilized in several host devices which includes digital cameras, camcorders, computer game consoles, portable Global Positioning Systems etc. these cards, just like other memory cards, are generally not resistant to corruption. Data corruption can creep in a secure digital card with no anterior notice. You only understand better that your card has got damaged when your photos, pictures and other data files – go inaccessible. When running into such cases, a data retrieval tool will assist to rescue your information from the SD card.
Your images photos are stored on these memory cards as a file. This information uses up a given space on all memory cards. When you delete your pictures (Delete ALL as an example) or format the card, the space (or information) on which the photos were stored is not erased. What comes about is that this space is just termed available, so the card knows it are able to save new photos there. This is why the “erased picture” will be no more be identified by your camera, although the picture is still present on your SD card.
Even if you have on purpose or accidentally formatted SD card, your erased photographs are still there on your memory card. They have not been probably lost and are usually easy to recover pictures in most cases.
Once formatted, the best thing that one could do as soon as possible is STOP taking any more photographs on it. Don’t use the SD card after you delete the pictures – if you have used the same card since the new photographs begins to overwrite the previous ones making them irrecoverable. (Or at least, significantly diminish the probability of successful retrieval). Thus use efficient software to recover files from SD Card.