I lost my removable card reading drive. My removable disk do not come up in My Computer. So my memory stick can not transfer files. I went to HP because I have a Media Center 5, and run a computer system check. It told me that I have no media storage install on my computer. I went to computer management. Click on removable storage, and get a x., and a error message that read [ The service can not started, either because it is disabled or because it has no enable device associated with it. The snapin`s may be inconsistent with the storage service. If the problem persists. Please restart the snapin. ]. Next went to Device Manager, and when to other device, and click on the + and found a ? mark next to unknown device, try to update it, told me can not fine software. How can I get it work. Thank you
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Is your photos were stored on the SD memory card then remove the SD memory card and insert it into an USB memory card reader and then connect the card reader to the USB port on your computer. You then need to use a data recovery program. Recuva (pronounced"recover") is a freeware Windows utility to restore files that havebeen accidentally deleted from your computer. This includes files emptied fromthe Recycle bin as well as images and other files that have been deleted byuser error from digital camera memory cards or MP3 players. It will even bringback files that have been deleted from your iPod, or by bugs, crashes andviruses!
Simple to use interface - just click 'Scan' and choose the files you want to recover
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Visit the Sony Support site (see
Resources) and download the Sony memory card software. You will need to
specify your operating system. Save the file to your desktop.
Double-click the downloaded file to launch the installer.
Follow the onscreen instructions to install the Sony memory card software. Restart the computer
after completion. Once the computer starts back up, it will recognize
the Memory Stick Pro Duo when inserted into the computer's memory card
reader. You can browse the files using Windows Explorer or the installed
x-Pict Story software.
The memory card is ejected by just pressing it in until you hear a faint click then letting go. The card will pop out by itself about 1/8 inch and you can just grab it and easily pull it out the rest of the way. A word of caution. If you have written anything to the memory card from your laptop, you should not eject the card until you left-click on the tool bar icon "Safely Remove Hardware and Eject Media" then click on the pop-up list item to "Eject Mass Storage Device" which will reply with a "Safe to remove hardware" message. This insures that the contents of the buffer used for writing the memory card or stick has been completely written to the memory card or stick before it is removed. Because the card or stick is much slower to write than it is to read from the laptop's hard disk, there will always be a chance for an incomplete write causing card or stick corruption unless the "Safely Remove Hardware and Eject Media" is used.
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The answer is Yes. You can recover lost data from USB with data recovery program. CardData Recovery can recover data from all camera flash memory cards includingCompact Flash Card (CF), Smart Media Card, Secure Digital Card (SD),Multi-Media Card (MMC), XD Picture Card (XD), Micro Drive, Sony Memory Stick(Duo, Pro), as well as removable storage including Zip disk, USB drives andHard drives. Recovery of files is also possible even when drive has beenformatted.
Don't worry, your lost photos that are very precious can be recovered with ease. I would like to introduce you a very good data Recovery software, called tenorshare data recovery which can be used to recover images from SD card and from other storage devices. This software is an assortment of data recovery components designed for recovering deleted / lost files and folders, photos, RAW images, music & video files from crashed, re-partitioned, accidentally formatted partitions & drives.
I find that the easiest place to find files on a HDD or SD card that i connect but the drive comes up is by going right click on computer and going to the manage option.
I then go down to disk management and look for the storage that I have added.
Then right click on "change drive letter and path" and add give the storage a drive letter
For some reason the computer sometimes does not complete this part which leaves the drive unreadable
It is always a good thing to do to go to device drivers to check that you can see the drivers for the device being installed. This can be achieved by removing and replacing the storage device while device manager is open