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DamagedSDCard About Us How to Fix Damaged SD Card Error Part 1. What to do when you lost data on your SD Card Part 2: How to Fix Damaged SD Card Error on Android Phone Part 3: How to Recover Damaged SD Card with Wondershare Data Recovery Part 4: Tips for Recover Data from Damaged SD Card Sometimes like out of the blue, your SD card gets busted. No matter the reason, no matter when, or how, they say that one day it will surely go to dust. Now if you haven’t back-up your data in a while, and you have your whole life on your device, the desperation quickly installs its “damaging protocols” affecting your brain this time, and definitely NOT only your damaged SD card. “What to do? … What to do? … What to do? …” This is the one single question you seem repeating to yourself for ever and ever. You really have a reason to freak out, don’t you? Part 1. What to do when you lost data on your SD Card How can you fix damaged sd card? If you really don’t know what to do, the best thing is do nothing just yet, at least until you get to understand a little bit what can you really do when you unfortunately are confronting yourself with this kind of annoying issue. The following article is going to present you three different sd card recovery methods, and hopefully, you can get your lost data back. Please read them carefully again, and again, until you understand exactly what, and how to do it. Finding the best recovery method can actually weight a lot if you really want your data back. Reading all three methods over and over again will surely help you choose the right one. Don’t worry about that, read the full article and you’re good to go on with data recovery. One day surfing your Android smartphone, you’re having the bad luck getting to see a notification letting you know that you have a damaged SD card. Furthermore, like this one single and very unpleasant event would not be enough, the notification also says that you need to reformat your damaged sd card. But who in the world would do such a foolish thing? Will you reformat your SD card that has your whole life on it? Of course not, nobody wants that. Now the first reasonable questions that you should ask yourself right away is whether there is any sd card recovery method. Can you really recover data from damaged sd card? Stop worrying! Read the following sections on how to recover damaged sd card data. Part 2: How to Fix Damaged SD Card Error on Android Phone Now if you got an error notification on your phone saying that you have a damaged sd card, you can follow either of the next sd card recovery methods. It is important to note however, that these methods on how to recover damaged sd card do not always guarantee recovering your lost files. An alternative method on how to recover data from damaged sd card that features the safety element, and does indeed help getting your lost files back, is using a specialized data recovery software (see Part 3). Method A: Multiple reasons, internal or external factors could have contributed to this issue, that have ultimately lead to a damaged sd card. This method is going to show you how to recover data from damaged sd card, that when it is hooked to your pc, it would not even open. So you have got this notification on your phone saying that you have to reformat it if you want to continue using it. Doing that will result in entire data deletion. You would really NOT want to do that just yet. How can you fix damaged sd card? Follow the next steps: Hook your SD card to your computer; Check if it is accessible. You will probably get an error message preventing you from opening your damaged sd card; If you don’t get any error message, and you can see your files, go ahead and save them on your computer. Otherwise proceed with the next step; Hold, and simultaneously press “windows” + “R” keys to start the run command; Type in “CMD” and press “Enter”; Now the command prompt console opens; Type “chkdsk /x /f (here input the SD card letter):”, For example if your SD card letter is G your snippet should look like this: “chkdsk /x /f g:”; Type “Y” if you are asked to convert or fix any error; You should see a success message. You can now close the console; Now, recheck your SD card to see if it’s accessible. If it is, and you can see all your files then the operation proceeded with success. If NOT, go directly to the “Part 3” section of this article and follow the tutorial in order to recover data from damaged sd card using a specialized software tool; Congrats! Hopefully you have managed to fix your damaged sd card. Method B: If for whatever reasons you have decided that you are not interested in keeping your SD card’s content anymore, and eventually choose to reformat your SD card, follow the next method. But if you have reformatted your SD card by mistake and would really want your files back then go to “Part 3”. Reformatting can fix damaged sd card, but sometimes you are still getting an error. Please follow the next sd card recovery method to repair it, so you can continue to use it: urn off your device and pull out your SD card; Now, plug in your SD card to computer; Right click on the SD card; Select “Format…”; Click the “Restore device defaults”; Hit the stat button; Wait for the format process to finish; Now, check to see if it is accessible. If it is, plug it into your smartphone, it should work. If NOT, then your SD card is probably dead; Alright. This is how to fix a reformatted damaged Sd card that would now work properly. Part 3: How to Recover Damaged SD Card with Wondershare Data Recovery Maybe you have a damaged sd card, and stopped to “Part 3” after reading “Part 2” and got to the conclusion that you need special help in order to recover damaged sd card. If your SD card does not even appear when you plug it into your computer, then you might confront yourself with some sort of physical failure. The SD contacts might have dirt or oxidation on it. Wipe them with dry fabric cloth, until you see no dirt or oxidation any more on it. However, if you still can’t see it when you plug it into your computer, nor your phone does recognize it, then your SD card is probably unfortunately dead. If none of these are true, please read further. The next tutorial will show you how to fix damaged sd card using a data recovery software tool. For this special part of tutorial we are going to use a recovery tool called Wondershare Data Recovery, which is one of the best software tool to recover documents, photos, videos, audios, so on and so forth. This marvelous piece of software is built to be able to recover just about any known file format, and from any internal or external device; doesn’t matter if we’re talking about PC Hard Drives, USB drives, memory cards, flash drives, cameras, or something else, Wondershare Data Recovery will do it. One of the features that users like the most is the fact that Wondershare Data Recovery uses a read-only algorithm that will recover your lost data in complete safety. And if safety is a big issue for you, then I know that you’ll truly appreciate it. Likewise, it has a ton of cool features like, Preview before Recovery, Save and Resume Function, last but not least, it features excellent Search function and recovery guide that is super easy. Following the next steps will help you recover damaged sd card: Step 1. Get Wondershare data recovery to you computer. Download Now Windows 10/8.1/8/7/Vista/XP Download Now Mac OS X 10.6 - 10.10 Step 2. Install and launch Wondershare data recovery,the Wondershare Data Recovery Wizard will help you recover your lost files in a few easy steps. Click “Next”; Step 3. Select the file types, be it “Photos”, “audio”, “video”, or “All File Types”; if you want all your files back, and press “Next”; Step 4. Now choose the location of the lost files. Click the “Browse” button, select your SD card, and hit “Next” to move forward; Step 5. The recovery process is now all set-up and ready to begin. Click “Start”, and wait for it to finish; Step 6. Now on the left column, you can choose the file types that you want. Just tick the files, and then click the “Recover” button; Step 7. A new little window opens. Select a save location, and hit “Recover”; Step 8. Your files are now being saved to your new location; Step 9.An alert window pops-up letting you know that the recovery process is complete; Bravo! This is how to recover lost data from a damaged sd card, using Wondershare Data Recovery. You have finally made it. Part 4: Tips for Recover Data from Damaged SD Card When you have a damaged sd card don’t act impulsive. You have to stop a little bit and think on what are your options. If you don’t know what to do, no problem, there is a ton of information on this topic out there. Reading the following do’s and don’ts list will give you a better approach on how to fix damaged sd card, or hopefully in other cases help you prevent this problem so you will not have to recover damaged sd card at all. Do backup your data at least once in a while, in case your SD card “turns belly up”. Doing this will help you cut off all unnecessary fidgeting and worries; Do store your SD card in a dry place, at room temperature and away from extreme heat, fire humidity, and magnetic fields or magnetic surface. None of these external factors will do any good to your SD card; Do clean contacts with a dry cloth if they seem dirty or oxidized. Dirty or oxidized contacts are never a good thing, and this might result in reading or inaccessibility issues, so pay attention to this little, but important detail; Do safely remove your SD card if you want to pull it off from your computer, otherwise this will cause data corruption, and someday will surely damage your data. Use the lower corner icon on Windows to safely remove your SD card; Do reformat your SD card once in a while, after you have copied all your files on the computer. This will keep your SD card’s file system structure fresh, and of course, clean of any errors; Do buy only quality SD cards. Cheap SD card have always all this sort of problems like: shorter lifecycle, data disappearing in an inexplicable way, and they work a lot slower than the good ones. Don’t ever plug in, or pull out your SD card from your Smartphone while your device is still running. This can severely damage the SD card’s file structure and will cause it to fail. The right way to do this is, first, turn off your device and then, you can either plug it in, or pull it off in complete safety; Don’t just delete images on your SD card after you have imported everything on your computer, reformat it using your phone, to keep your file structure the way your device prefers it; Don’t force your SD card into the reading slot, it might break, or damage the contacts. Always push it gently; Don’t use the cheapest card reader you can find on the market. Although it can read your SD card, it can damage it. Preferably you should get a card reader which is the same brand with your SD card; Don’t use the same card on multiple devices. Different devices may use different OS, file system or architecture. Saving files in different structure could cause your data to get corrupted. WE'RE DEDICATED TO PROVIDING RELIABLE TOP SOLUTIONS RECOGNITION Authorized by major media and users around the world PROFESSIONAL Years of study, skilled staff and guaranteed quality SUPPORTED Knowledgeable representatives available to assist you through instant live chat and email response within 24 hours About Us | Terms & Privacy Copyright ? DamagedSDCard.com All Rights Reserved.

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