Restoring Files When SanDisk SD Card is Blank or Has Unsupported Files

Retrieving Files When SanDisk SD Card is Blank or Has Unsupported Files

My SanDisk SD card is showing blank or has unsupported files error and I am not able to use any files from it. Don’t know how it happened, but I don’t want to lose any pictures and videos that were saved on SanDisk SD card used on y camera. So, can anyone please provide some valuable suggestions for restoring data that is not accessible from SanDisk SD card!

SanDisk world’s most famous manufacturer of storage devices like pen drives, memory sticks, memory cards, external hard drives, SSDs, etc. Among its wide range of memory cards, SanDisk SD cards are commonly used in almost all electronic gadgets as these SD cards provide extra storage capacity for saving media data. But, at times your SanDisk SD card may become a victim of data loss and shows SanDisk SD card is blank or has unsupported file system error due to the below listed causes:

  • Usage of SanDisk SD card on different computers or virus or malware attacks may corrupt card, that shows error message upon trying to access it
  • Abrupt removal of SanDisk SD card from system or from digital camera during file transfer can make it to show error warnings
  • SanDisk SD card file system corruption is another major cause that render loss of data from SanDisk SD card, which might show card is blank or has unsupported files error

If you have been a victim of anyone of the above scenarios and are unable to access data from SanDisk SD card then just relax. This is not the permanent case; data from SanDisk SD card that is blank or has unsupported files can be easily restored with use of effective SD card data recovery tool.

SanDisk SD card data recovery software

Yodot Photo Recovery is ultimate utility for users who need to access data from SanDisk SD card that is blank or has unsupported files. This SD card recovery tool has simple graphical user interface that assists both computer experts to non technical users to get back RAW images, video clips, audio files and other documents from SanDisk SD card that shows blank or unsupported files error. This software can effectively recover files after SD card has unsupported file system error, SD card not formatted error, SD card is corrupted or unreadable, SD card blank error and other SD card errors. Other than SanDisk SD card, this software is capable of retrieving media files from various brands of SD cards like Sony, Samsung, Transcend, Kingston, Lexar, PNY, Verbatim, Toshiba, ADATA, etc.. To make sure it works with different platforms, accessibility is provided on various versions of Windows (Windows 8.1, Windows 8, Windows 7, Windows Vista, Windows Xp, Windows 2003, and Windows 2008) as well as Mac (Lion, Mountain Lion, Leopard, Snow Leopard and Mavericks) operating systems.

Steps to restore files when SanDisk SD card is blank or has unsupported files:

  • Download and install Yodot Photo Recovery tool in Windows system by logging in as local system administrator
  • Upon completion of installation process, user can view shortcut icon on desktop
  • Run the program and from main screen of the utility click on ‘Lost Photo Recovery’ option based on data loss issues
  • Once desired option is clicked, proceed to next screen to select SanDisk SD card that is blank or has unsupported files
  • After selecting SanDisk SD card, from next window select file types that needs to be recovered
  • As soon as file types have been selected, user can initiate scanning procedure
  • After scanning process gets completed, displaying it displays list of files and folders that are restored in Data Type’ or ‘File Type View’
  • View  required photo, video or music file from recovered file list and then save them to the location you prefer on your computer or to any removable storage drive

Things to keep in mind:

  • Keep backup of important files of SanDisk SD card  on more than one storage drive
  • Double check SanDisk SD card before ejecting it from system or from any digital device
  • Always scan your SanDisk SD card before using it on any system across network to prevent virus attacks

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