How to Recover Data from Lexar Memory Card?

“I am a freaky photographer of my family. When I get to know about any celebration, I will be ready with the camera in my hands. Because of my uncontrollable enthusiasm, I am into trouble now. What happened is, I had clicked lots of photos and shot videos using my DSLR camera. I was in a hurry to transfer those photos and I removed the Lexar memory card in the camera right after few clicks. When I connected the memory card to my computer, the pictures were not there. What can I do now? I want those pics back. Any suggestion would be helpful.”

You may come across a situation like above sometimes. In spite of using high performance memory cards like Lexar, you end up losing data from it in some exceptional scenarios like above. You might have never thought that you would lose data from your Lexar card as it comes with lots of advanced features. Lexar helps you move on with the new technology and capture photos and videos of high quality with great read/write speed. It provides you the design that you require. You just need to know which model and specification to pick the one suiting your requirement. Lexar has solution for different memory card requirements depending on storage capacity, speed of read/write and so on. If you lose data from these cards then do not worry, you can restore them using reliable card recovery software.

Chances of losing data from Lexar memory card:

  • Lexar memory card data is lost when you mishandle the card. For an instance using Lexar memory card on different electronic devices can lead to loss of data
  • If you do not remove Lexar memory card from electronic devices properly then the card may get damaged. You should always use eject option to disconnect Lexar memory card
  • When you format Lexar memory card, the data on Lexar memory card will be lost as the record of data stored on Lexar card will be deleted
  • Accidental deletion of files from Lexar memory card makes you lose data from it. You should be careful before hitting the delete button

Apart from above scenarios, data from Lexar memory card may also be lost due to data transfer errors, ejecting Lexar memory card without switching off the camera and so on. However, you need not bother about the lost files from Lexar memory card. You can perform Lexar memory card recovery using Yodot Photo Recovery software which retrieves memory card data.

Lexar card recovery software:

Yodot Photo Recovery software provides you the best way to restore media files from Lexar memory card. This card recovery program can be used to get back different types of photos, videos, audios, etc. from Lexar memory card. You can retrieve data deleted or lost from any model of Lexar memory card. Memory cards like SD card, SDHC card, SDXC card, XQD card, micro SD card, CF card, Memory Stick PRO Duo card, etc. can be recovered using this application. Other than memory cards, you can recover media files from internal hard drives of computer, portable hard drives, iPods, USB drives, etc on Windows PC.

Simple steps to bring back data from Lexar memory card:

  • Download photo recovery software and install it on any Windows computer
  • Run the installed program and connect Lexar memory card
  • From main screen of utility, select “Deleted Photo Recovery” or “Lost Photo Recovery” depending on loss scenario you have came across
  • Then select drive of Lexar memory card and click on “Next”
  • In the next screen, you will get the list of file types that you want to restore commonly
  • Select the ones that you want to recover and click on “Next”. Otherwise select “Skip” option to retrieve all file types
  • The tool starts scanning Lexar memory card and lists out the result in “Data View” and “File Type View”
  • Save them on a drive of computer using “Save” option

Tips:

  • Condition the camera or camcorder’s battery once before using. Also condition the battery at least once in a month
  • Take few seconds to turn off the device after last shot to avoid data loss due to read/write error
  • Use one Lexar memory card per camera or camcorder, because using the same card on different device models may cause data loss