Last updated on 06/02/2017
"I received an error message today when I attempted to read some photos on my SD card. My digital camera said the SD card is not formatted. Then, I inserted the SD card to my laptop, and Windows system pops up the same error message that SD card is not formatted do you want to format it now."
"I cannot access my SD card because it says memory card is corrupted. The card still worked fine several days ago, but I do not know why it shows such kind of error message. I have some precious pictures and videos on this SD card, so my question is how to restore files off corrupted SD card."
"My 8GB micro SD card shows empty in my smartphone. When I connected the SD card to my computer, it says SD card is blank and has unsupported file system. The SD card contains 4GB data at least and it was FAT32 file system before. Does anybody know the reason why my SD card turns to unsupported file system? How can I get back files from the blank SD card?"
"My SD card cannot show up in My Computer when I connect it to my laptop. I connected the SD card to my laptop through a card reader, but I am sure there is nothing wrong with the card reader. I think the SD card is damaged, but I really want to recover files stored on the card. Can someone recommend memory card photo recovery software?"
SD card will various kinds of error messages when it is corrupted and becomes unreadable. In this situation, only data recovery software can help recover files stored on the card. No matter what kinds of files you want to recover, you can use iCare Data Recovery software to perform data recovery. With this software, you can recover photos, music, videos, office files, emails, etc from SD card. Usually, you can successfully complete the SD card recovery with about 3 steps:
Step1. Run the data recovery software and select a recovery module.
Setp2. Choose the SD card as aim disk and let the software scan it for lost files.
Step3. You can preview the found pictures and then recover the files you need.
Usually, SD card errors include: