We live in a world where digital cameras have become something totally irreplaceable in our every day lives. We rely on them just like we do on mobile phones. We rely on them to take and store our pictures and precious moments in the camera memory cards.
However, what happens when these memory cards become damaged, corrupt or we accidentally format the sd card? If we delete these pictures from the memory card, is it all possible to restore them?
In most cases, you will be happy to know, it is highly unlikely that the files and data on those memory card is completely deleted and can be restored. Using some photo recovery tool, it is possible to restore your deleted or erased pictures with little fuss. You can even recover formatted pictures from sd card.
However, if you continue using your camera after formatting it and continue taking pictures the chances of successfully restoring ALL your pictures is slight. This is because the new pictures you have taken have now overwritten the older ones. Below are common situations you might find yourself in. You might want to restore deleted pictures if you have:
You accidentally pulled out the memory card while your digital camera is on. This is a common problem. You will find yourself in a situation where your memory card has become too damaged and corrupted. To restore your pictures, you will need a good picture recovery program.
“Media is not formatted would you like to format now?” or “Memory Card Not Formatted”
If you are getting this error, your pictures can still be recovered. This error again means that your memory card is corrupt. Don’t take any more photos and try a picture recovery program to get your pictures back. If you don’t need them, format your card and this should get rid of this error message.
Recover Pictures from SD Card after formatted.
Even if you have formatted the card or used the Delete-All option, you can still retrieve your pictures after format them if you act quickly. You can undelete your pictures because the digital camera won’t overwrite that data immediately and just makes it available for use.
As you can see, we are relying more and more on these memory card and digital cameras to record our special moments. However, it seems that our pictures are easier to get lost these days, corrupted or damaged than back in the film camera times. Memory cards can easily become corrupted and have a limited time span and there is always that dangerous “Delete All” button!