Get Back Lost Data from Delkin Devices 1000x CF Card

“I have hoarded amazing pictures on Delkin Devices 1000x CF card mounted on my DSLR camera. Along with photos, there were few recorded videos saved in this CF card and I frequently connect this CF card to MacBook or Windows desktop for further data processing. But, today all of a sudden while capturing images, camera showed error like ‘card not formatted, format it now’. Then I removed CF card from DSLR and connected it on my desktop. Shockingly the card was empty; how to find lost data from Delkin Devices CF 1000x card?”

Delkin Devices is getting fame in production of flash based storage devices like CF memory cards. CF memory card with 1000x speed factor by Delkin Devices is designed to feed continuous burst shooting of RAW images on DSLR cameras. It is the best companion for storing RAW pictures and high quality videos from few professional DSLRs that work in lightning speed. It has 150Mbps read and 80Mbps write data speeds. However, one cannot avoid data loss from Delkin Devices 1000x CF memory card under scenarios like:

  • Damaged file system on CF memory card due to its usage on multiple platforms
  • Entry of malicious programs onto CF card when connected to infected computer
  • Error formatting or reformatting conducted on Delkin Devices 1000x CF card
  • Abruptly ejecting CF card from DSLR or from computer during file transfer process
  • Saving data when there isn’t enough free memory on CF card or when gadget is running out of low battery

These instances will gradually induce loss or inaccessibility of files saved on Delkin Devices 1000x CF card and creates trouble for users. But with latest technology, it is possible to retrieve lost data from Delkin Devices 1000x CF memory card by utilizing trustworthy card recovery program.

Delkin Devices CF card recovery program:

Yodot Photo Recovery is the excellent tool to restore lost files like photos, videos, RAW images and music tracks from Delkin Devices 1000x CF memory card. Built with read-only scanning module, this tool can extract deleted as well as lost media files from Delkin Devices CF memory card. Not only from 1000x CF card, it can retrieve files from Delkin Devices 64GB SDCX card, 32GB SDHC Pro card, 32GB SD 600x and other flash memory cards with ease. Apart from Delkin Devices, it also supports media file recovery from memory cards manufactured by Lexar, SanDisk, Sony, Transcend, Kingston, Emtec, HP, Toshiba and so on. This utility can be employed on Windows computers working with Windows 8, Windows 7, Windows XP, Windows 8.1, Windows Vista, Windows Server 2008 and Server 2003 operating systems. Whereas Mac users can exclusively opt Yodot Mac Photo Recovery for recovering media files from Delkin Devices 1000x CF memory card on Mac machines running with Snow Leopard, Leopard, Mountain Lion, Lion and Mavericks OS X versions.

Simple steps to get back files from Delkin Devices 1000x CF card:

  • Download Yodot Photo Recovery software on a healthy computer
  • Connect your Delkin Devices 1000x CF card to this system using adapter
  • Once download is complete, install and run the utility
  • Main window comes up with two options, “Deleted Photo Recovery” and “Lost Photo Recovery”
  • Click on ‘Lost Photo Recovery’ option and move forward
  • Now, choose the drive that represents Delkin Devices 1000x CF card from where files are lost
  • Precise the scanning process by selecting required file types to recover or else simply ‘Skip’ or select ‘Mark All’ option
  • Application will neatly scan Delkin Devices 1000x CF card and comes up with restored files in distinct view types
  • Preview selected media files from recovered list of files and
  • Finally, save retrieved media files to location you like on your Mac system other than same CF card

How to Avoid Data Loss:

  • Make sure that CF card is having enough free space before adding new files onto it
  • Mount Delkin Devices CF 1000x card on gadgets with care and use safe remove option while ejecting
  • Backup files from Delkin Devices CF card to other storage devices regularly

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