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Lexar XQD memory cards are popular for delivering high performance for carrying and transferring media files on digital cameras, smart phones and other media gadgets. While saving files on these cards, users may encounter data loss under different circumstances after that they need an effective solution to recover files from Lexar XQD card. This article is emphasized on the best way of recovering files from Lexar memory cards. Simply read it and get back all your files from XQD card.
Before going ahead to recover files from Lexar XQD card, let’s have a look on possible scenarios which are accountable for data loss from the card. User may inadvertently delete some files and folders from Lexar memory card by hitting the “Delete” tab on their smart phones, digital cameras. Since there is no separate temporary storage is provided for removable devices to save deleted files, users have to use third party app to recover files from Lexar XQD card. Another mode of file deletion from the card could be when the card is connected to your computer and you remove some of the unwanted files from your card which bypass the computer’s Recycle Bin. Sometime these deleted files can be valuable for the user and then they need efficient solution to restore deleted files from Lexar card.
We often perform a common action on the memory card that is abrupt ejection while file transfer is going on. After capturing snaps on digital camera when user is busy transferring pictures from camera to his PC and suddenly changes his mind and ejects the card reader due to any reason, it will definitely cause a severe loss of data. Viruses are also a problem for memory card users since they easily affect internal structure of the card and render files unreadable or corrupted. Moreover, when scanning the card with antivirus app, severely affected files could be deleted from the card. Now, user will have to make use of Lexar memory stick recovery software to recover files from Lexar card on Mac, and Windows.
Along with above discussed causes, files on XQD card can be lost or inaccessible after corruption to the boot sector, memory card file system, format error etc. Although, it doesn’t shows files on the card after deletion or loss but the fact is nothing is removed from the card. Data remains there on the card and can be restored until it is overwritten. So by utilizing an effective program user can simply recover files from Lexar XQD card. Pictures, videos, songs and all other type media files are easily recoverable with the aid of software.
Lexar Card Recovery software is developed with comprehensive file recovery technology to offer the fastest retrieval of lost or deleted files from all type of memory cards from Lexar. Software provides risk free and easy procedure to recover files from Lexar XQD card under various circumstances such as virus attack, accidental deletion, format error etc. It supports data recovery from SD, SDXC, CF, xD, XQD, microSD and other memory cards from Lexar. It is very effective and performs effective recovery on all popular Windows and Mac OS X devices.
Note: Furthermore, with the aid of this simple user interface you can get back deleted or lost data including photo, video, audio, etc from formatted, reformatted, corrupted or inaccessible Lexar USB flash drive compatible with latest versions of Windows and Mac operating system.
Step 1: Connect Lexar XQD card to the system then launch Lexar Card Recovery tool. On welcome screen, select "Recover Photos" option as shown in fig A.
Fig A: Welcome Screen
Step 2: On this step, select the Lexar XQD card from the list of logical drives as shown in fig B.
Fig B: Select Lexar XQD Drive
Step 3: After scanning is completed, you can see a list of restored files that will be displayed as in fig C.
Fig C: Restored Files