Memory card is most popular storage media widely used in various devices like Mobile phones, Digital camera, Handhelds, Laptop and other similar portable storage devices. With the increased demand of memory card, data loss possibilities are also getting higher day by day. Data is important for everyone from home user to business professional. Loss of important files and folders from memory card can raise serious situations. But no need to take tension!
Memory card recovery software provides fast and reliable solution for data loss recovery. Utility can easily recover data lost from memory card due to number of reasons like:
- Accidental file deletion
- Software virus
- Corrupted or formatted memory card
- Device mishandling
- Memory card being pulled out while the device is still running
- Human fault and other similar incidents.
Software is easily compatible to support recovery from major memory card formats including
- MMC (Multi Media Card),
- Compact Flash card CF,
- Multimedia Card MMC
- Secure Digital SD
- Micro SD Card
- Mini SD HC
- SDHC Memory Cards
- SDHC Plus
- M2 Memory Stick Micro
- Micro Drive
- SDIO and others...
You can download free Memory card data recovery software demo for your comfort. Once being well aware and satisfied with application features, we suggest you to take product purchase decision.
Software Main Features:
- Recovery of accidentally lost or deleted files and folders.
- Easily restores data lost due to virus infection.
- Supports compressed or zipped files and folders recovery.
- Uses powerful disk scanning techniques to recover lost data.
Software General Features:
- Supports major type of memory card formats.
- Easily recover lost or missing pictures, audio, video, MS Office documents from memory card.
- Supports, Transcend, Kingston, Hitachi, Toshiba, Sony, SanDisk, Super Flash, PQI, Super Talent and major memory card brands.
- Highly interactive and GUI software interface for user better understanding.
Please select only different destination drive to save the recovered data. Saving data in same drive/volume may cause overwriting and your data may lose forever.