Tuesday, March 13, 2012

Deleted Photo Recovery on Your Sony Camera

Have you had a lapse of eye-hand coordination to delete your photos on your computer's hard drive or camera's memory card when you are indicated with "Delete All?" message? You may inadvertently delete your valuable photos. Don’t worry! You are able to recover deleted photos as long as you don't take any more photos with your camera or don't make any changes on your hard drive after you deleted them.

Actually, your photos' data are still there, and the delete command only marks the space on your hard drive or memory card as being available for use instead of overwriting the actual space on it. Consequently, as long as you don’t do any change on your card or hard drive, it is quiet easy to recover deleted photos using Deleted Photo Recovery. What’s more, you are able to recover photos from a reformatted partition, or memory card if you use a standard format command rather than a low-level format. (A low-level format not only deletes all the data on the card, but it also recreates the directories and folder structure of the disk/card, rendering previously deleted files unrecoverable.)

Recover Deleted Photos from Sony Camera

Deleted Photo Recovery is such an effective utility which can easily recover deleted pictures from hard drive, most types of digital camera storage including SmartMedia, CompactFlash, Sony Memory Sticks, IBM Micro Drives, Flash cards, floppy disks, and many other types of digital film.

Follow the easy steps below to learn how it works.

1. You need to download and install Tenorshare Deleted Photo Recovery on a different partition where your formatted/ deleted photos stored. (Download it from http://goo.gl/MFsT1 )
If you want to recover lost photos on your SD card, plug your card reader with memory card inserted.

2. Scan
Choose recovery mode based on your dilemma you meet. Click "Deleted Recovery" when you need to recover deleted photos; click "Formatted Recovery" when you want to recover reformatted photos.
Choose the partition or external media. (For recovering formatted photos, there is one more step for selecting file system). Click "Scan".
3. Recover
A list of recoverable files will appear. Tick the button in front of the file's name to choose the ones you need to recover.
Click "Recover".
4. Save
Specify a location for your recovered photos. You can’t choose the same partition where your lost files stored. Click "OK".

After a trial, you may find this program is much useful to recover deleted photos. Grab it!

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