“Hello everybody, I need your immediate assistance. I attached my SD card to Windows laptop for transferring some data. Even after waiting for long time, SD card didn’t get detected on system. All precious memories that we took on our last vacation was saved on that SD card. I want to save copy of those data but now SD card is not showing up on my laptop at all. What to do? Data on SD card is very important for me, so suggest me some ways to retrieve data from it. Thanks in Advance.”
You must be curious about why these SD cards refuse to show up on system. Then, your answer is here;
- SD card corruption due to various reasons
- Improper usage of SD memory card
- Interruptions during file transfer on SD card
- Unexpectedly terminating system when SD card was in use
Solution to come out from SD card data crisis:
If you are facing unrecognized SD card problem, then detach it and plug it again on another USB port or another system. Even then, if your card didn’t get detected, then you better opt for third party recovery tool.
Data from undetected SD card can be recovered by relying on a powerful recovery application available namely, Yodot Photo Recovery. It is well known card recovery tool which specially designed and developed to retrieve data from memory cards, computer hard drive, external hard drive, flash drive, iPods, etc. This application has the ability to restore missing or deleted media files i.e. photos, RAW pictures, videos and music files, etc. from all the above mentioned devices. This tool makes it possible to bring back files from unrecognized SD card on Windows 10, 8.1, 8, 7, XP, Vista, Server 2003 and Server 2008 OS versions.
Step-wise instructions for extracting data from undetected SD card
First of all, attach your SD card to healthy laptop >> Scroll here to download this tool >> Install and run this program by following on-screen instructions >> Select second option i.e. “Lost Photo Recovery” >> Further, click on partition, which represent your SD card that needs to be recovered and click “Next” button >> Allow software to start scanning>> After successful scan, you can view list of rescued data in two views like “Data View” and “File Type view” >> Then, click on “Preview” to check whether the files are retrieved properly or not >> Finally, save all extracted SD card data on a destination file location