Have you accidentally deleted the files from SanDisk Gaming card?

File Recovery Software is one of the best options that you can opt to find files accidentally deleted from SanDisk gaming card. This is because, the data you delete from any storage device like hard drive, memory card, USB drives are not permanently gone. The deleted data still exist on hard drive, only allocation information of the erased file is destroyed and such data can be easily recovered using this file recovery tool.

This File Recovery tool is designed with advanced algorithms, which help in recovering data from SanDisk gaming card in a short span of time. If you have accidentally deleted some movie files or image files from the Recycle Bin then also you can use this tool to restore Windows 7 Recycle Bin. Additionally, this software can also recover deleted files from different types and brands of memory cards. Gaming cards are like memory cards and they are not only used to play games, they are also used to store music files, photos etc. As memory cards use non-volatile memory, there are very less chances of data loss due to physical failures like hard drives. But, accidental deletion of file is a common mistake that ends up in a loss of data. In order to recover accidentally deleted files from SanDisk gaming card, make use of this software which also enables user to restore deleted files and folders in couple of mouse clicks. In order to know what all types of file types, it can restore deleted files and folders from your storage device.

Possible situations in which the files might have been deleted from the SanDisk Gaming card

Accidental deletion of files from the gaming card when connected to PC: You might have accidentally erased some essential files from the gaming card when it is connected to your system. When you delete data from SanDisk gaming card, they are not moved to Recycle Bin like memory cards. Instead, the data bypass the Recycle Bin resulting in a loss of data

Formatting the SanDisk gaming card by mistake: Formatting process deletes  each and every file stored on the gaming card. Therefore, accidental formatting of SanDisk gaming card results in data loss

Deletion of files from the Gaming cards due to viruses: The files stored on Gaming card may get erased due to viruses. Viruses are the harmful programs, which can destroy as well as delete some original files resulting in data loss. Gaming card may get infected by viruses when you connect it to the infected PC. Sometimes, these viruses may corrupt your gaming card resulting in error messages. These error messages make your files inaccessible resulting in data loss

How to avoid permanent loss of files?

  • In order to avoid permanent loss of files, you need to immediately stop using the gaming card.
  • Do not use the corrupted or affected Gaming memory card on different gaming consoles to avoid overwriting of erased files thereby avoid permanent loss of files

Prominent Features of File Recovery Software

Few easy steps to find files accidentally deleted from Sandisk gaming card:

Step 1: First, download and launch File Recovery Software to undelete deleted files. Now, connect your SanDisk Gaming card to the computer where the software is launched. Select “Recover Files” and then select “Recover Deleted Files” to recover data erased from SanDisk Gaming card

Find Files Accidentally Deleted From SanDisk Gaming Card - Home Screen

Step 2: Select the SanDisk Gaming card to start the file recovery process and then click on “Next” button to start the recovery process

Find Files Accidentally Deleted From SanDisk Gaming Card - hard drive selection screen

Step 3:  After file recovery is finished successfully, you can view recovered data using either “File Type” view or  “Data Type” view

Find Files Accidentally Deleted From SanDisk Gaming Card - Preview Screen

How to avoid data loss in the future?

  • It is a good practice to take a backup of essential data
  • Make use of updated antivirus programs to get rid of viruses
  • Check twice before formatting the Gaming card to ensure that it does not have any data that you need

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