Question about Cameras
1). Never format this memory card before you've recovered all your stored data back. In your case, the formatting process may erase everything on your card and make your data gone permanently.
2). Never save anything new on this card in case that any new file would rewrite your original data.
3). Plunge this card to your computer and download a memory card data recovery freeware to get back all your lost data back:
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4). Save and back up all your restored data on another drive or card in case of data recovery failure.
5). Format this card to see whether it is fixable.
Note: Next time, no matter what has happened, you should firstly back up everything important well on different drives or places.
Posted on Dec 12, 2013
Reformatting Will Delete Everything That %100 The Truth.
Posted on Jul 24, 2009
It is recommemded to format the memory cards once in a while but formatting the card will completely wipe the data on the card
and option is to format the card as it is not bein recognised but later on use some softwares from the net which can recover data even from formatted discs a word of caution though that there is no guarantee that all the files can be recovered so if can then backup before formatting
Posted on Jul 24, 2009
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Put the SD card into your digital camera and then turn the power on. Press the button on your camera to bring up your recently shot photographs.
Press the "Menu" or "OK" button on the camera to bring up the photograph options. Choose the option that says either "Setup" or "Options."
Scroll over to the "Format" option and hit "OK." Choose the option to set the file format to "FAT16." Click on the "Start" button if your operating system does not automatically prompt you to open a folder. Choose the "My Computer" option to bring up a new window. Right-click on the drive bay for your card reader, and then choose the option that says "format" from the pop-up menu. Click on the option to set the formatting to "FAT16" if you receive a separate pop up window asking you which file system to set the card to.
other way to format is Put the SD card in card reader and follow these steps:-
Turn on your computer and put the SD card into the card reader slot on the front of your computer or the external card reader attached to a USB port. Wait to see if your operating system automatically opens a window prompting you for information. Click on the option to "Open a folder to view files" if the window pops up.
Click on the "Start" button if your operating system does not automatically prompt you to open a folder. Choose the "My Computer" option to bring up a new window.
Right-click on the drive bay for your card reader, and then choose the option that says "format" from the pop-up menu. Click on the option to set the formatting to "FAT16" if you receive a separate pop up window asking you which file system to set the card to.
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