I am a professional photographer and I used to carry my Nikon digital camera wherever I go to capture nature's beauty in my camera. In my recent visit to a tourist place, I captured hundreds of nature's pictures from my camera. As soon as I returned from this trip, I thought of copying all the captured images to my system. So, I connected the memory card of my camera to the computer and I was shocked at that moment, as Windows displayed an error message stating 'Disk in the drive not formatted, do you want to format it now?'. I could not access the pictures saved in my memory card. Can anyone suggest me how to recover photos from memory card without formatting? Thank you…!
If you are one among those facing format error message, then it is an indication of the memory card corruption. Photo recovery from memory card without formatting can be done easily by using some powerful data recovery tool. Nikon Canon Photo Retrieval Software is one of the well-known photo recovery software, which can effortlessly recover photos from the memory card without formatting at your fingertips. The special scanning algorithms have been embedded in it and using these scanning algorithms, it scans your corrupted memory card and recovers all your photos in a fraction of a few seconds. To save the recovered pictures in your destination location you need to purchase the complete edition of this tool. Additionally, it can also be used to recover files from a Canon CR2 camera.
If you want to avoid these photos loss scenarios, you need to backup all your memory card photos at regular intervals. In case, if you fail to backup your memory card data and come across any of these scenarios, then immediately make use of the Nikon Canon Photo Recovery software and easily perform photo recovery from memory card without formatting in a few simple steps.
Features of Nikon Canon Photo Recovery tool:
This tool can restore pictures from the memory card without formatting on the computers running both Mac and Windows operating systems. It is able to recover photos from different types of memory cards including SD card, xD card, SDXC card, SDHC card, CF card, MMC card, etc. With the assistance of this software, one can recover pictures from memory cards which are formatted with FAT16, FAT32, NTFS, HFS and HFSX file systems. It supports numerous types of pictures including PSD, CRW, CR2, ARW, PPM, PNM, PNG, DNG, JPG, TIFF, GIF, JPEG, BMP, RAW, etc. Using this advanced toolkit, one can recover media files from almost all leading brands of memory cards used in cameras, Camcorders and other electronic gadgets. It can also be used efficiently to recover erased pictures from a Nikon FM10 camera, Nikon AW110, Nikon D3300, and other Nikon and Canon cameras with ease.
Step 1: Download, and instal the free version of Nikon Canon Photo Recovery Software on your system, and launch it. Now, connect the memory card of your digital camera to the system. From the main screen, choose Recover Photos option. Then, a list of logical and physical drives available in the system are displayed. Just select the drive representing the digital memory card, and hit Scan button to initiate the scanning process.
Figure 1: Home Screen
Step 2: Now the software scans the digital camera card to find deleted and lost photo files. Wait for the scanning process to get completed, as shown in Figure 2.
Figure 2: Scanning the Camera Card to Find Deleted & Lost Photos
Step 3: Upon the completion of scanning and recovery process, a list of recovered photo files are displayed on the screen. You can view recovered photo files in Data View, and File Type View
Figure 3: Recovered Photo Files in Data View & File Type View
Step 4: Prior saving the recovered photos, the tool allows you to preview the recovered photos. Just double click or right-click on the respective photo file, and click Preview option to preview a photo file.
Figure 4: Preview Recovered Photo Files
Step 5: At last, after previewing the recovered photos, if you are satisfied with the recovery results of the software, then activate the license key of the tool, and save the recovered photos at the desired location of your choice.
Figure 5: Save Recovered Photos