XD – Picture is a flash memory card used in digital cameras. It is designed by the Olympus and Fujifilm, and introduced in the market in July 2002. It is a compact, durable removable storage media and provides high storage capacities. You can use it for Olympus and Fujifilm digital cameras and store high resolution pictures effectively. Even though it has all necessary features, still it is very prone to corruption at some scenarios. It may get corrupt as a result of user mistakes or some unknown logical errors. If it is corrupted logically, you cannot access files stored in it. But still it is possible to retrieve data from this card by using XD Card corrupted recovery software. It is compatible with Windows as well as Mac operating system to perform corrupted XD card recovery. Go here to know how to use this software on Mac, to perform corrupt XD card recovery.
Normally the memory cards are corrupted by human errors and results in inaccessibility of files. Even though, several memory card recovery tools are available, it is always better to follow the below explained precautions to avoid memory card corruption.
These are the some precautionary measures useful to avoid data loss from your XD – Picture card. But as a human it is impossible to follow these tips always. For example, sometimes you may remove memory card abruptly from the camera when you are in a hurry. Don’t worry! If the memory card is corrupted by your mistake or unknown software errors, you can recover files from it by using the third party software. XD card recovery software is easily available on internet, which enables to recover all media files from the card & perform efficient xd card corrupted recovery.
There is also other reasons for data loss from XP picture card like accidental deletion of files, accidental formatting of memory card, etc. When your memory card is formatted, you will lose all files from it. You may encounter this situation when you have accidentally pressed format button while operating the digital camera. The memory card may also be formatted unintentionally when the card format error is displayed on your computer. Usually this error occurs due to the corruption in memory card.
Accidental deletion of photos may occur when the camera is used by the kids ot the people who are not familiar with the camera. You may delete some nice images while viewing or saving the photos in your camera card. Still there is no need to worry since it is possible to recover deleted files from the memory card. Actually the deleted files are still safe on your card; just the location information of them is hidden from you. In order to get back deleted photos from XD card, you can use recovery software. XD card corrupted recovery tool is capable to find the deleted files from the card and locates them.
XD card corrupted recovery software works effectively to perfrom corrupt XD card recovery. Apart from XD card, it is also compatible with SD, CF, MMC, Memory Stick, etc. By using this software, you can recover deleted or lost photos, videos, music, graphics, raw images, etc. from the card. One can also get more information to recover erased raw images from the camera card, by visiting the link - http://www.xdcardrecovery.net/erased-raw-images-from-camera.html. You can also get the evaluation version of this XD card corrupted recovery software freely. It will help you to check the software functionality before purchasing it.
Step1: First connect the corrupted XD card to the system where the corrupted XD card recovery software is installed. Once you launch the software, you need to select “Recover Photos” option from the main page as shown in Figure 1.
Figure 1. Main Screen
Step2: From the second window select “Recover Lost Photos” option and then choose the memory card. Then continue the recovery process recover corrupted XD card, by clicking on the next arrow button as shown in Figure 2.
Figure 2. Select Memory Card
Step3: Once the memory card is scanned completely, the software will display you the list of recovered files. Then you can save them by using "Save to Drive" or "Save to CD/DVD" option as shown in Figure 3.
Figure 3. Save Recovered Files