How to Recover Files from Transcend Memory Card?

Transcend is a multinational brand that manufactures and design data storage device. It is portable, reliable and have higher transfer rate. This device is used to store media files, PSD file, PDF file, document file, archive files, etc. Sometimes, it might happen that files from Transcend memory card get deleted due to certain reason. Under such circumstances, user is looking for reliable tool to restore files from memory card in easy and effective way.

Recover Card Files tool is an efficient software used to recover Transcend memory card in a hassle free manner. This software can recover deleted and lost files from Transcend memory card in few simple and effective way. With the use of card recovery software, you are able to retrieve files from different kinds of memory card such as SD card, XD card, SDXC card, SDHC card, CF card and Memory stick. This software can easily perform data recovery from Transcend card on all the versions of Windows and Mac system. You can purchase this tool from website and recover deleted and lost from memory card. This software allow you to recover data from Olympus XD picture card without nay issues.

Some of the reasons for data loss from Transcend memory card

Accidental Formatting: Format is an option to clear files and folder with single click. Sometimes user accidentally press format button which results in deletion of all files from memory card.

Abrupt Ejection of Memory Card: While moving files from system to memory card, if you eject memory card abruptly then there are chances that you may lose files from memory card.

File System Corruption: The file system of any data storage device defines the location of files and folder. In case, file system is corrupted due to virus attack then the operating system is unable to find out the location of stored files and finally lost from the memory card.

Virus or Malware Programs: Virus or malware programs is another reason due to which you may face data loss situation from memory card. It happens when you are connected to infected system or downloading contents from unauthorized sites.

In such situations, you can use this software to recover files from Transcend memory card in a hassle freeway. Apart from above mentioned scenarios, there are few more reasons due to which data lost memory card such as accidental deletion, interruption while file transfer, sudden power surge, etc. It enables user to recover data from different brands of memory card. To know more about Strontium card recovery, refer this link:

Features of Recover Card Files Tool

  • This software can launched to recover files from memory card on Windows and mac based machines. It is compatible with both 32 and 64 bit operating system.
  • With this tool, you are able to recover deleted photos from memory card as well as RAW pictures captured by different brands of cameras such as Nikon, Panasonic, Canon, Kodak, Sony, etc.
  • It recovers files from different file system such as HFS, HFSX, NTFS, EXFAT, FAT16, FAT32, etc.
  • Using this software, you can also know how to recover Kingston Micro SD card data with ease.
  • The demo version of this software allow user to recover files from memory card for free.

Steps to Recover Files from Transcend Memory Card

First of all, download this software on your laptop or PC to recover files from Transcend meory card. Launch this application and press Recover Files option.

Recover Files from Transcend Memory Card - Main Screen

Figure 1: Main Screen

Next, is to select the Transcend card from which you want to recover their lost / deleted files or information.

Data Recovery From Transcend Card - Select Card

Figure 3: Select Card

After selecting the storage card, scanning process starts to perform deep search to get back all the deleted / lost files from Transcend memory card.

Recover Deleted And Lost Files From Transcend Memory Card - Save Files

Figure 4: Save Files

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