Recover Formatted


How to Save Files from Formatted Chip?

It might be unacceptable to all chip users to lose their precious files immediately after formatting the memory chip. It does not matters, how the chip is formatted, whether accidently or intentionally but once you end with formatting the chip, all files disappears from the card and you cannot access those files again. The situation becomes more critical when you come to know that there were also some unique and crucial files in chip and there is no backup with you to get those files back. If the same is going on with you then just relax, as there is still an opportunity with you that is make use of some file retrieval tool. To give a complete and final touch to file retrieval process you should precede with the Recover Formatted software as it is the best solution to the most frequent question that is how to save files from formatted chip.

There are so many reasons for generating the situations against chip users by compelling them to perform chip-formatting operation. Formatting the chip mistakenly is very general action carried out by several chip users. While accessing the card data on camera, you may execute Format command in absent mind and get lose your several important files instantly. Similarly, you may do the same when it is connected to computer and you press Format option after a right click on the chip drive icon. Sometime, it may show format error message like “memory card is not formatted” or “MSDC read sector error” on your computer window when you connect the chip to computer. Such error leads to complete inaccessibility of chip files. At such instant, most of user attempt to format the card unknowingly without exploring possible solution for this kind of problem.

Sometime, memory chip files become damaged or corrupted badly due to improper ejection or plug and play procedure. Usually such condition arises, if you remove card from digital cameras or eject from computer USB port, when the chip files are in use. Due to memory chip corruption, you cannot access hip files further and if you want to use it, it need to format the card. Sudden power surge or system shut down while file transfer operation is going on between computer and memory chip can result in damaging the file system structure or corrupting the files after that files become inaccessible. Such unexpected events can also give a rise to perform format operation. However, after such circumstances, you can unformat drive data effortlessly by employing the software.

Recover Formatted is designed to sort out queries like "How to Save Files from Formatted Chip?" over all kind of memory cards such as SD, SDXC, SDHC, MMC, memory sticks, microSD etc. It is developed with an effective mechanism to support retrieval of all popular media file type from external hard disk, USB drive, flash drive and from other storage drives. You can also employ this tool to restore raw image files captured from professional digital cameras. If you want to unformat Seagate hard disk, have a visit to the given link

Easy steps to unformat memory chip:

Step a: On the main window, select "Recover Drives", option as illustrated in Fig a. Then, select "Formatted/Reformatted Recovery" option.

How to Save Files from Formatted Chip - Select Recover Drives

Fig a: Select Recover Drives

Step b: A list of drives detected by the software is displayed, as shown in Fig b. Select your memory chip from the list and click "Next".

Recover Formatted Chip - Select Memory Chip

Fig b: Select Memory Chip

Step c: Select the file types from the list, which you want to recover, and click "Next" as illustrated in Fig c.

Recover Memory Card - Select File Types

Fig c: Select File Types

Step d: Once the software accomplishes the scanning process, a list of recovered files gets displayed on a separate window that can be viewed using either "File Type view" or "Data view" option. You can also use "Preview" option to preview the restored file, as shown in Fig d.

Unformat Memory Card - Preview Recovered Files

Fig d: Preview Recovered Files

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