You may download the Free Edition here: https://www.icare-recovery.com/go.php?product=download-format
Installation: Please do not install the software to the drive that you need to recover data (eg, if you want to restore data from E, then do not install the software on volume E)
Note: please connect your memory card to PC with a card reader/usb cable instead of connecting the card inside of the phone/camera directly to PC, or your card cannot be recognized as a drive. And then 'Refresh' to let see it shows.
FAQ: if memory card was not recognized here, what shall I do?
Tips: Please do not do any chkdsk or repairing bad blocks... on the digital device after data loss. Software can only recover logically lost data instead of physically damaged.
What's the difference between logical damage and physical damage?
Answer: Logical damage is like delete, format, erase by human or virus or some other software while physical damage is the one you drop your memory card into water, fire, fall onto groud... For recovering data from physical damage, you need to turn to a local service center for help.
FAQ: if the software says it needs more than 12 hours to finish scanning, what shall I do?
Answer: if it shows remaining hours is within 12 hours, it is better to let the software run to the end. If it takes more than 10 hours for a memory card 512GB, you may click cancel button if it finished the first 5 hours and there would also be many files found.
Step 4: Wait while it is building lost file trees. Please do not cancel or close the software since it needs some time.
Note: It is totally free of charge if your data is within 2GB. For recovering more data, you may buy a code here.
Supported OS: Windows XP to latest Windows 10
Supported device: All brands and types of hard disk, usb flash drive, memory card
If there is more question, be free to contact email@example.com.
Note: If the software closed by accident, please send us the log file which you may get through:
Right click the icon on your PC 'iCare SD Memory Card Recovery' ->Property ->Open the location of the file -> iCDRLog.log (Please send this file to firstname.lastname@example.org in the attach)