"I have a 4GB SanDisk SD card for my Canon digital camera, which contains more than 1000 pictures. But the problem is that the SD card shows 0 byte space when I connect it to my computer. How can I fix the SanDisk SD card with data back?"
"My SanDisk SD memory card 2GB is not accessible. Checking it Properties, SD card shows RAW file system and has 0 byte used space and free space. Can I format SD card from RAW to FAT32 without data loss?"
"When I attempted to access my SanDisk microSD card on my computer, Windows 7 pops up an error message saying disk drive is not formatted do you want to format it now. SD card shows blank and RAW file system. I want to look for a way to fix the unformatted error on SD card and get back lost pictures. Can anybody give me some useful advice?"
When you encounter the similar problem like above, you can use iCare Data Recovery software to perform data recovery from SD card. This data recovery software enables you to recover all types of files from SD card of SanDisk, Samsung, Toshiba, Sony, Lexar, Transcend, etc even you cannot access the card. With this data recovery software, you can get back lost files from your SanDisk SD card with a few steps:
Step1. Run the data recovery software and choose a recovery module.
Step2. Choose the SD card as aim disk and wait when the software is scanning.
Step3. You can preview the found files after scanning and recover the files you need.
Are you wondering why SD card shows 0 byte space? Do you think that everything stored on the SD card is erased when it shows blank? In fact, the original data is still stored on the SD card but you cannot read it. As long as you do not write new data to the SD card, you can rely on the data recovery software to recover lost files.
You can fix the SD card RAW drive problem by formatting the card after data recovery. Usually, you can format SD card on its original device like digital camera, mobile phone or connecting the card to your computer. You can quick format SD card or full format it to convert its file system from RAW to FAT32.