DNG Files Recovery from SD Card
“I came home from a recent trip to Gettysburg with almost 1500 photos. Among them were a handful that have gone missing from my SD card. I tried connecting SD card to another laptop & PC, but no traces of those photo. The photos were in DNG format. I’d really like to know what had caused these problems and if anything can be done to recover the DBG photos form SD card.”
You can easily recover your lost DNG files. The data loss may occur due to various reasons such as a corrupted SD card, Errors in file transfers, accidental formats or deletions etc. The first thing you have to keep in mind is to stop using the card once your files go missing. Using the card again would overwrite the data present in the memory and prevent you from recovering your data.
Recovering deleted DNG files from SD Card:
You could make use of a reliable data recovery software in order to recover your lost images. Remo Recover windows is a data recovery tool that would help you to recover your lost files. The tool provides an easy user interface and does not require any kind of technical knowledge in order to complete the recovery process. There will not be any risks or permanent data loss in the process.
Whatever be the reason for the loss, there is no need for you to panic. Remo Software provides a comprehensive photo recovery solution for all your needs. It is the perfect software to recover DNG files. It scans your device thoroughly to retrieve data. The software can even recover data from formatted SD card, as well as corrupted SD card with ease.
Here are the Steps to recover DNG Files from SD Card:
Download SFWare Digital Media Recovery software on your system. Install the application. Connect the SD card to the system. Run the software and follow the instructions to recover CR2 files from SD card.
- On the main screen, select Recover Photos option
- In the next screen, choose between Deleted Photo Recovery and Lost Photo Recovery based on the data loss scenario
- Select the drive from which CR2 files have to be recovered i.e. the SD card, and click Next
- When the recovery process is completed, a list of retrieved files will be displayed. Preview the files and save required ones on a location of your choice.
Make sure that you don’t save the data to the same location from where the data was lost, this may tamper with the recovery process and end up in files becoming inaccessible.