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In modern society, many people prefer to take photos to keep their precious memory, store beautiful pictures to memorize. But people can never avoid the sudden corruption of their computer files. Then people may doubt that if it is possible to retrieve Deleted Pictures from SD Card.

The answer is definite yes. CardRecoveryPro is particularly designed for customers to retrieve corrupted pictures. CardRecoveryPro is easy-to-use card recovery software that recovers deleted/lost photos, music, video, and multimedia files from almost all digital card sources after disasters like deletion, corruption, formatting. The program enables the quick recovery of photos from different storage devices in just a few steps.

The corrupted pictures format it supports includes PNG, TIFF, INDD, JP2, PSD, Paint Shop Pro Image File (PSP), Mamiya (MOS), and Picture File (PCT).

Most Importantly, CardRecoveryPro can recover almost all memory card and storage. No matter your corrupted pictures are stored in digital device or your computer. CardRecoveryPro can resolve your problem effectively and efficiently.

How to Recover Deleted pictures from SD Card with CardRecoveryPro?

Step 1

Download CardRecoveryPro to the desktop. Double-click on the file once it's downloaded to launch the installation. Follow the menu commands to complete the installation.

Step 2

Open up your main media device menu and open up the drive that contains your photos. If your SD card is not specifically named, it will simply show up as a lettered drive, (example: "Removable Disk (D:)"). This will display a folder, most commonly named "DCIM", which will contain your digital photos.

Step 3

Select the pictures you wish to transfer from your card and move them to your desired location on your hard drive.

Step 4

Click "Recover". And then you will find your pictures in the destination location.

Professional SD Card Recovery Software Recover Lost or Deleted Photos in 3 Steps
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