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What is SDHC Card?

SDHC is the abbreviation of the Secure Digital high-capacity card. The minimum 4 gigabits of memory meets the increased memory demands of HD (high-definition) pictures and videos. Generally speaking, it is used widely in the digital cameras and camcorders.
After using the SDHC Card for a long time, it has a necessary to format it to fix some errors. However, the formatted card means that there is no data in it. Some of of your precious photos will be cleaned thoroughly. If you want to recover formatted data from SDHC Card, just try a professional recovery tool.

How to Recover Formatted Data From SDHC Card?

Step 1.

Download WiseRecovery and install it.

How to Recover Formatted Data From SDHC Card

Step 2.

Activate and start WiseRecovery.

Step 3.

Select the document from which the file you wish to recover was deleted or formatted.

Step 4.

Click "Scan". WiseRecovery could search the files that exist in hard drive sectors that are flagged to be overwritten.

Step 5.

Choose the file you want to recover in the listing of files that WiseRecovery finds.

Step 6.

Click "Recover" and to see if the file is available once again in its original location.
How WiseRecovery Becomes the Most Professional Recovery Tool?
WiseRecovery can search and recover the lost data quickly, accurately and safely. The operation is easy and simple. By several clicks only, you can search and recover the lost data. WiseRecovery can also extract deleted data from any type of external storage mediums, which includes Flash drives, memory cards and MP3 players.
Besides this formatted data from SDHC Card can be recovered by it, the following situations also can:
Accidental Deletion Events
Delete -- "Shift + Del" key entry (with no prior backup)
"Delete All" selected in error
Delete Files from the DOS command prompt
Recycle Bin erroneously emptied (and no backup)
Delete File Using Move or Cut command
Improper Operation
Hard disk with bad sectors, Factory reset;
FAT is damaged; MBR is destroyed;
FDISK or other disk utilities have been run;
Improper partition or partition error, even hard disk crash.
Thanks for your reading. Hope it helps. Have a nice day.
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