"I formatted SanDisk SDXC card by mistake on my computer. I performed a quick format on my SDXC card and lost all data. I just need to recover the deleted pictures due to formatting. Can somebody show me the way to recover deleted images after format SDXC card?"
"I accidentally formatted my 64GB SanDisk SDXC card in my digital camera on my holiday. Even worse, I still saved some pictures to the SDXC card after formatting. Now, I am quite wondering if I still have chance to get back data from formatted SDXC card for digital camera. I need to look for a format recovery program which can help unformat SDXC card and restore data."
"SanDisk SDXC card has RAW file system and it is not accessible. It prevents me from reading or writing any data on the SDXC card whether in my Android phone or computer. I do not think that the SDXC card is corrupted because it still worked fine yesterday. Is there any method to convert the SanDisk SDXC card from RAW to FAT32 without formatting?"
"I need to format my 32GB SanDisk SDXC card because it seems that the card was attacked by virus and cannot be recognized by any device. I want to format the memory card to erase all possible viruses, but I still have some important data on the card. Can I extract files from the virus-infected SDXC card first of all before formatting?"
First step: Stop adding any new data to the SanDisk SDXC card after formatting.
Then, you can employ a data recovery tool to recover deleted files from formatted SanDisk SDXC card.
iCare Data Recovery is a read-only data recovery tool which works on all brands of memory card including SanDisk SDXC card and other memory card like SDHC, mini SD, CF and XD, etc of Samsung, Lexar, Transcend Sony, Kingston, etc. This software is able to help recover different types of files such as photos, videos, music, office files, emails, etc. Now, you can restore formatted SanDisk SDXC card data by following the guide below:
step1. Launch the data recovery software and choose a proper recovery option.
Step2. Select the SanDisk SDXC card as aim disk and wait when the software is scanning for lost data.
Step3. You can preview the pictures and office after scanning. Then, you can recover the data you need.
Generally speaking, the reason why you should not write new data to formatted SDXC card is that new added data might overwrite the lost data. Usually, when you format your SanDisk SDXC card, it only erases the file name and entries to the data. As long as there is no new data being written to the formatted card, you always have a good chance to undo format the card and get back all lost files.