In almost all electronic gadgets such as mobile phones, digital cameras, audio players these memory cards are used as an important secondary storage device. There are different types of memory cards available among them SD card is one type. These SD cards generally include exFAT file system in it. The term exFAT stands for Extended File Allocation Table and this exFAT file system allows you to access or store the data in an easiest way.
Have you ever lost or deleted your important data from exFAT SD card? Are you looking for a way to recover exFAT SD card data? Then, don’t worry, make use of updated version of SDXC Card Recovery application to get back exFAT SD card data safely within several clicks. SDXC card recovery has been incorporated with plenty of amazing features and has been proved to be the efficient tool to retrieve data from exFAT SD card. Besides of these, it’s a cost effective recovery utility among all other tools that are available in market.
Scenarios of losing data from exFAT SD card:
- Defrag Errors: When the data which is been stored on exFAT SD cards get fragmented you will go for defragging, at the time defragging if any unexpected errors occurs and defrag process gets interrupted then you will lose data from the card. However, if you want to recover exFAT SD card data, then make use of this SDXC card recovery tool.
- Formatting: Formatting of exFAT SD card results in wiping up of entire data from the device making you to suffer severe data loss. Knowingly or unknowingly if you have formatted exFAT SD card, then just utilize SDXC card recovery app and get back exFAT SD card data after formatting. If you want to recover photos from formatted memory card, then just visit here: http://www.sdxccardrecovery.com/retrieving-pictures-from-formatted.html
- Corruption of File System: If exFAT file system gets corrupted, then the files that are stored in the device become inaccessible and finally they get lost.
Not just these there are few more reasons, which may lead data loss from SDXC card. But with the help of SDXC card recovery tool easily you’ll be able to recover exFAT SD card data.
Salient Features of SDXC Card Recovery App:
SDXC card recovery software has the ability to retrieve data from exFAT SD card on all latest versions of Windows OS including Windows 8, Windows Vista, XP, 7, etc. It can perform exFAT SD card recovery on different versions of Mac operating systems including Yosemite, Mavericks, Snow Leopard, Leopard, Lion and Mountain Lion. With the help of this recovery software, you can recover exFAT SD card data in a very limited time frame. This powerful recovery utility is capable of recovering different types of files including videos, images, audio files, etc. Apart from exFAT file system, it supports data recovery from all other types of file systems including FAT, NTFS, HFS, HFS+, etc. The recovered files can be saved to any storage device including CD or DVD and also the files can be sorted on the basis of file types, size of files, creation date, etc. This SD card data recovery tool will not only retrieve data from exFAT SD card, but also allows the user to recover data from storage devices like USB drives, CF cards, MMC card, xD cards, external hard disks, internal computer drives, etc. It has a simple graphical user interface, thus there’s no requirement of special skills or any external aid to get back exFAT SD card data while using this application.
Steps to recover exFAT SD card data:
Step1: First get the trial version of this retrieving utility and install it on your system’s hard disk. Connect the SD card. Run the application and select “Recover Photos” option from the main screen as shown in Figure 1. Then, select "Recover Lost Photos" or "Recover Deleted Photos" option depending on your requirement to restore data from exFAT SD card.
Figure 1: Main Screen
Step 2: Now to get back exFAT SD card data, select the connected card and click on “Next” as shown in Figure 3.
Figure 2: Select SD Card
Step 3:Once the process gets completed, you can view the recovered data by using “File Type View” or “Data Type View” as shown in Figure 4.
Figure 3: Recovered Data