"My SanDisk micro SD card 8GB is undetectable on its original device Blackberry phone. Connecting the card to my computer, Pc still cannot recognize it. The micro SD card still cannot be detected under Disk Management, but I need the files stored on the card. Please tell me how to recover data from an unrecognizable 8GB SanDisk micro SD card."
"I have a SanDisk 8GB micro SD card. Several days ago, I met a problem that the SanDisk card cannot be recognized on my digital camera. The camera says no card inserted. I switched off the camera and turned it on again, and then the SanDisk micro SD card can be detected normally. So I don’t pay much attention about this problem. However, today I meet the same problem again. I have switched off my camera and reinserted the micro SD card again and again. I also tried to connect the card to my computer, but it still cannot be detected. How can I fix the problem and get back files from the SanDisk 8GB micro SD card?"
Calm down even if the micro SD card is not detected by its original device or computer. Make sure whether the micro SD card is physically damaged. Although you cannot access an undetectable micro SD card, you still have chance to extract files off the card by using professional data recovery software - iCare Data Recovery. The software can detect and perform deep scan on micro SD card even if it cannot be recognized by PC. This software can no only work on 8GB SanDisk micro SD card, but also it is available for all other card like Samsung, Sony, PNY, Lexar, Transcend, and more.
Step1. Connect the SanDisk 8GB micro SD card to your computer. Download and install the data recovery software. Run the software and choose a recovery module.
Step2. Choose the scanning device so that the software can perform scanning. Then, you only need to wait when the software is scanning.
Step3. After scanning, you can preview the found files. Then, you can select the files lost from the SanDisk micro SD card and recover them.
Digital camera or mobile phone says that no memory card inserted though the micro SD card is inserted in it? SanDisk 8GB micro SD card cannot show up in My Computer? Windows cannot detect or recognize the 8GB SanDisk micro SD card under Disk Management or My Computer after connecting it to your computer? Do you know why your micro SD card is not detected? Usually, you can run into such kind of problem on a micro SD card due to various reasons. For instance, the micro SD card is infected with virus, or the micro SD card has lots of bad sectors, or the micro SD card is corrupted, and more. Whatever the reason is, you should take correct measures if you still have important data stored on the undetectable micro SD card.
Here is another situation for micro SD card data loss. When you connect the card to your computer, it can be detected, but it is inaccessible or unreadable. It sounds that the thing is not too bad. At least, the card can still be detected by PC. It is true, but how can you get back files stored on the micro SD card if it is inaccessible? In this situation, the data recovery software is also helpful with data recovery. When the micro SD card is not readable, you may receive different messages such as "Micro SD card is not accessible. The file or directory is corrupted and unreadable", "Micro SD card is not formatted do you want to format it now", "micro SD card is not accessible. Access is denied", etc. When you receive any of messages, you should stop using the micro SD card in order to recover as much data as possible.
As you may know, micro SD card is also called TF card. Do you know the reason why you should stop using the TF card when it is unreadable or even unrecognized by PC? Although the TF card is not readable or even unrecognizable, the files are still stored inside the card. In order to avoid the micro SD card suffering any damage or data overwriting, you had better stop using the micro SD TF card before recovering the files you need. For example, formatting a TF card which reports not formatted error may lead it to be more difficult for data recovery. If you do not want to lose any data due to improper operation, you should stop using the card.
You can use the data recovery software to restore files after format SD card by accident when you receive not formatted error message, but you should remember not to write any new data to the card. What is more, the data recovery software allows you to recover photos from unrecognized Compact Flash CF card.
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