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Have you ever poured your coffee by accident and it just ruined your mobile phone? Or your mobile phone is all right but the SD Card in it doesn't work any more?
Have you ever deleted all photos of your boyfriend after a quarrel?

If yes, you have found the right article. Let me help you step by step to recover your damaged SD cards.

Method 1 Stop any action on that card or disk!

You should leave the card or disk alone and do not save or delete anything you will view on it after you found something missing. 

Don't touch the chip on your damaged SD card.
Any action will lead to a lower success rate of data recovery.
Actually there is something named "file allocation table" in all disks in your computer. If the disk FAT is corrupted or deleted, the computer can never locate the wanted data in the disk.
Therefore you cannot see your deleted files.
However when you delete some files you didn't delete the real file, it is the file's entry from the file allocation table that has been deleted.
The actual contents of the file are still existing on the disk. This is just like a book without a bookmark, you cannot locate the exact page you read last time immediately.

If you save some more files onto that disk, new data will cover the deleted files and your data will hardly be recoverable.

Method 2 Use another card reader.

Try another card reader to see if it works. You can also try another USB port in your computer.

Method 3 Features of CardRecoveryPro.

There is a lot of good deleted files recovery software on the market now. Let's take CardRecoveryPro as an example.

CardRecoveryPro can recover files from all kinds of damaged cards: SD card, miniSD, SDHC, MicroSD (TransFlash) card Compact Flash card, CF Type I, Type II, MicroDrive, CF card, Memory Stick, Memory Stick Pro, Duo, Pro-HG, XC, Micro (M2), MultiMedia card, MMC card, SmartMedia, flash card, xD Picture card, etc.

It supports all kinds of cameras: Sony, Canon, Nikon, Samsung, Olympus, FujiFilm, Kodak, Panasonic, JVC, Sanyo, Agfa, Konica, Argus, HP, Chinon Epson, Hitachi, IBM, Imation, Sharp, Casio, Goldstar, Kinon, Kyocera, Lexar, Leica, Minolta, NEC, Phillips, Pentax, Ricoh, SanDisk, LG, Toshiba, Lumix, Polaroid, Verbatim, Vivitar, Sigma, Yashica,

Still Can't Recover Damaged SD Cards?

Download CardRecoveryPro and Recover Lost Files Yourself!

How to use CardRecoveryPro?

Step 1

Download CardRecoveryPro, open it and Click Scan.

Step 2

Select the drive or card that where the lost files had been stored.
Click Scan. The software will quickly scan the selected disk to find all your target files.

Step 3

Find the files you want to restore in the scan result.
Select them and click Recover. Set a destination folder to save the recovered files. You can find the recovered files in the destination folder. Attention: The destination folder can't be in the same drive as the drive you scanned.

Tips & Warnings

  • Do not use your disk to save new files after you find your data lost!
  • Lost Files or Damaged Cards can be recovered as long as they haven't been overwritten!
  • A good recovery tool can be very helpful. Backup is a good habit if you always deal with important files.
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