SD Card Recovery Tools

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Many people and businesses rely on Secure Digital (SD) cards to store data such as pictures, video and audio files. Unfortunately, the data can be corrupted. You might also mistakenly delete pictures or videos or erase them when you format the SD card. Using SD recovery tools can solve this problem by recovering the lost data.

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CardRecovery

CardRecovery allows you to recover data from SD cards, whether it was formatted, deleted or corrupted. CardRecovery includes a "wizard-style" interface that will guide you through recovering your data. According to the developer, CardRecovery "uses unique and exclusive SmartScan technology that completes those impossible recovery tasks that other software cannot touch." CardRecovery works with all brands of SD card, such as Lexar, SanDisk, PNY and Kingston. You can download this software, install it and start using it right away. CardRecovery supports different types of SD cards, including SD High Capacity (SDHC), MiniSD and MicroSD.

F-Recovery for SD Card

F-Recovery for SD Card restores lost data from your SD card. This tool can restore deleted or formatted videos, audio files and photos. F-Recovery for SD Card can also recover corrupted data. It works with all types of card readers and SD cards, including 128MB, 256MB, 512MB, 256MB Ultra II SD Card and 512 Extreme SD. F-Recovery for SD Card is compatible with Windows NT, Windows 2000, Windows XP and Windows 2003. It also supports older versions of Microsoft Windows, such as 95, 98 and ME. F-Recovery for SD Card provides free technical support, as well as comprehensive information on how to use the product.

Memory Card Data Recovery Software

Memory Card Data Recover Software recovers erased, lost, formatted or deleted audio and video files, pictures and folders from your SD card. This tool supports SD cards from popular manufacturers such as Sony and SanDisk. Memory Card Data Recovery Software supports Windows XP, Vista and 7, as well as Windows Server 2000, 2003 and 2008.

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