In most cases, after you format the memory card in camera or on computer, the boot area and file information blocks get emptied and initialized. The memory card looks like it is empty and contains no files, but the data is still present on the SD card. So, it is still possible to restore lost data from SD card using REMO Recover (Windows) Media Edition software.
What should you do when you accidentally format your memory card?
Immediately stop taking pictures using the memory card. If you need to take new pictures, try to use a new memory card.
Next, download the Trail version of REMO Recover (Windows) Media Edition software. The software will perform a quick scan on your SD card, and lists the recoverable pictures in minutes. The recovery software works on a “what you see is what you get” principle. If you can see the lost pictures using the trail version then they can be saved once you purchase the Full version of the software.
REMO Recover (Windows) Media Edition software is a read only application that does not write anything to your memory card, so it is safe to try.
The software is most reliable and has an easy to use interface that allows any non technical person to restore lost data from SD card with ease.
The software uses a very advanced technique known as signature search that will recover your lost data in worst case scenarios. The software is reliable to recover your multimedia files that include image files in various formats such as JPG, BMP, TIFF, PNG, GIF and also raw photographic files in formats such as CRW, CR2, NEF, ORF, SR2, SRF and MRW. The software can also recover audio and video files of all well known formats.