Last evening I used my Sony digital camera to record video of my friend’s marriage reception, the recorded video was saved on its Sony SxS card. But when I connected Sony SxS card to my system in order to transfer and view the video, I was really shocked as the recorded video was missing from this storage card. In addition to this, I even lost my essential data which is stored onto it. I am unaware of what is gone wrong, but I want to know how to recover data from Sony SxS card. So, if someone has an idea about Sony SxS card data recovery, then please help me.
Data loss or deletion from Sony SxS card is a common scenario that every user faces, but you don’t have to panic at all as Sony SxS card data recovery is possible by using an advanced recovery tool. Sony SxS (S-by-S) card is a flash memory card which comes with huge storage capacity up to 64 GB and even with high transfer rate i.e. 800Mb/s. It can be used on Sony cameras and camcorders but, as mentioned in the above scenario, data stored on this storage card may get deleted or lost due any of the reasons.
However, with the help of an advanced recovery tool named as Sony Card Recovery Software, you can easily restore data from Sony SxS card in just a matter of time. This tool can also be used for Sony CF card recovery in order to restore lost or deleted data from Sony CF card.
If anyone of you have lost precious media files from your XQD card from Sony camcorder, then this tool can be used as Sony XQD card recovery software as supports file recovery from XQD memory card on both Windows and Mac computers.
Following are the scenarios for which you need to perform Sony SxS card data recovery
- Accidental Deletion: While viewing files on your digital camera or even on system, you may accidentally select and delete some of your essential data which you may need to recover.
- Abrupt Ejection: Abrupt ejection of card from digital camera and even from system while transferring files may leads to deletion or loss of files that were under transfer process.
- Virus Infection: If you connect your Sony SxS card to virus infected system, then there are chances that the data stored on it might be lost as virus is a common scenario for loss of data from a storage device.
There are few more reasons such as unintentional format, use of unreliable third party tool etc. for which you need to perform Sony SxS card data recovery. This recovery task can be easily done by using effective Sony card recovery software.
Key features of Sony card recovery software
Sony Card Recovery is a well know and powerful tool to perform data recovery from Sony SxS card. It is an efficient recovery application that can restore RAW files, videos, music, images, documents, etc. from Sony SxS card. It has an ability to perform data recovery from Sony SxS card, SDHC Card, SD card, M2, memory stick etc. Thus, you can use it to recover data from Sony M2 memory card with utmost ease. This software is built with simple GUI that guides you how to recover data from Sony SxS card. It is capable to find and restore data from Sony SxS card in just few mouse clicks. It is safe and secure tool to recover data from Sony SxS card after format as doesn’t alter the original content of the device. This tool is designed with powerful algorithms to scan and recover data from Sony SxS card. It performs data recovery from Sony SxS card on both Windows and Mac OS. It enables you to Preview the recovered data before saving it on any secure location.
Procedure for Sony SxS card data recovery:
Step 1: Install and run the Sony card recovery software on your computer. Then, select “Recover Photos” option from the main screen as shown in Fig 1., and then click on “Recover Deleted Photos” or “Recovery Lost Photos” from the next screen.
Fig 1. Main Screen
Step 2: Now select your Sony SxS card from which you need to recover files and then click on "Next” arrow button as shown in Fig 2.
Fig 2. Select Sony SxS Card
Step 3: After completing the recovery process, view the recovered files from Sony SxS card using “Preview” option as shown in Fig 3.
Fig 3. Preview Screen