We know how devastating losing important data can be, so we make it our priority to recover it for you. How to recover files from SD card?
Our data recovery specialists can access and extract photos and files from any portable storage media that has experienced a data loss.
Recover your SD card or USB data now!
It can happen very quickly; images, contact details, videos and important personal documents can be accidentally deleted at the push of a button.
If you lose data on an SD card or USB stick, the best course of action is to turn the device off and assess your options for data recovery. The more you use the device, the higher the chance of your lost data being overwritten and left permanently irrecoverable.
- Flash controller
- NAND memory chips
- Supply voltage regulator
- Fire or water damage
- Defective connections
- Physical damage
- Deleted or corrupt mapping table
- Deleted or corrupt firmware
- Recover deleted files
- Recover deleted pictures
SD card and USB data loss situations
Ontrack can access and extract files from mobile storage devices that suffer data loss such as:
- Accidental deletion
- Errors resulting from moving files
- Partially overwritten files
- Reformatting SD cards or USBs
- Fire, water, or other physical damage
- Damaged files due to storage failure
- And much more
Data recovery from all flash memory devices
- SD card
- Mini D
- OCZ® Technology
- Micro SD
- SDHC, SDXC
- USB memory
- Memory duo
- Memory PRO duo
- Kingston Technology®
- Memory PRO-HG Duo
- Memory Micro M2
- CompactFlash I and II
- Multimedia card
- Reduced size multimedia card
- MMC micro card
- Serial flash module
- Intelligent stick
The data recovery process.
From initial consultation to ongoing support, more businesses and consumers choose Ontrack Data Recovery solutions and software to handle data loss situation – from simple to the most complex and catastrophic.
Start your data recovery now with a free consultation.
Contact our team of experts. Ontrack accommodates everyone – from the largest government or enterprise organization to an individual who may have lost their digital photos and everyone in between.