Lost Picture Recovery

The digital gadgets allow us to take photos from various events, vacations and many other related day to day activities and hence save them in a safer place. There are many storage devices that are available at much lower rates which allows the user to store various formats of images in the drive. How-so-ever safe the photos are! Eventually they may go missing as a result of human errors or due to some other reasons. Don’t get anxious! This is not the permanent loss of your image files from the storage media. They are still present in the same place where you have stored them. The digital camera card recovery tool, recovers efficiently all the lost images from the device within a short span of time. To know about the recovering process of deleted photos from camera card, click here. You can find lost images as this application program created with the best graphical user interface helps you to get all your lost images back without much effort. You can also use this application to get back data from various storage devices like XD, SD, memory stick, MMC, CF cards, etc. You can make use of this tool to restore XD card data from various brands like Lexar, SanDisk, Transcend, HP etc.

Scenarios that lead to loss of images are:

  • Power Surge: Power surge often haunts the computer users who are not equipped with proper back up plan. While transferring images from one system to another or copying it if the power fails then pictures may get removed from the system.

  • Improper Removal: Incorrect removal of the flash drive or any other storage media that are removed from the system without proper exit option may lead to loss of those photos . Removable storage media should be removed with proper exit option because at that time OS is asked to halt the process by the file system & if you remove it without informing the OS then storage media might get corrupted.

  • System Failure: One among the reasons for loss of pictures from the storage devices is system crash. Rapid system shutdown as a result of some application error or due to virus attack may cause loss of all the image files that were open. Virus corrupts the application programs and halts all the application programs and hence loss of pictures is sure to occur.

Developed by a team of highly trained professionals this recovery tool gets back the total set of images files that were lost, listing them in order of their size, file format, name of the file, date of creation. The “Find Tool” comes equipped with the software which makes it easy for the user to find the list of pictures that are recovered from the recovery process. Nowadays there are various types of partitions present like NTFS, FAT16, FAT32, Ex-FAT, HFS+ and HFSX, this recovery tool with the help of deep scanning engines developed within it provides an option to restore photos from digital camera (Visit http://www.digitalcameracardrecovery.com/photo.html to know more). Save Recovery Session is of major advantage to the user as this feature can stop the recovery process at any instant of time as desired and resume it at a later stage, so that the user need not scan the entire storage media again to get back your lost pictures. Gather more info about picture recovery from Olympus camera & other brands of camera like Fujifilm, Kodak, Nikon, Sony, etc.

Here are some of the simple steps to recover lost images:

Step 1: Install the application program in the system by logging in as system administrator. Launch it & then click on the “Recover Photos” from the main screen to start the recovery process.

Find Lost Images - Main Window

Fig 1 : Main Screen

Step 2: Choose “Recover Lost Photos” and select the drive from where images have been lost to proceed to the scanning process.

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Find Lost Images - Select Lost Recovery

Fig 2 : Recover Lost Photos

Step 3: After the completion of the scanning process the recovered pictures can be previewed prior to saving them on the desired location.

Find Lost Images - Preview

Fig 3 : Preview Screen

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