Recovering Data from PNY SD Card
“Hello people. All my hard work seems to be gone forever! I have a PNY SD card with 32 GB capacity, which I am using from several years. The card contains more than 15 GB of important data which includes movies of different languages, variety of songs list, and memorable pictures from my childhood, family and friends, etc. I mistakenly formatted the card due to which all the files on the card got erased. Now my SD card is empty, and I want to know how to recover data from PNY SD card as soon as possible. Please anyone help me out with a professional and easy solution.”
"I bought a new PNY’s 16GB SD card yesterday. Before some time, I moved few files to this new PNY SD card, but my computer turned off due to power outage during data transferring. Now, my SD card is not readable and I cannot view any file on the card. Is there any way to get back PNY SD card data?"
"Hi, I need a data recovery program to restore PNY SD card on Mac OS X. I had stored more than 1000 photos on my PNY SD 16GB card. Today, I decided to delete some unimportant photos from the card. However, I mistakenly deleted some precious photos in the process, so I need to undelete those pictures. Please help."
Well, these are some of the frequently faced data loss situations by PNY card users. If you are one among those users and you happened to have Mac machine, then don’t worry as long as you have Hi5 Photo Recovery Software for Mac machines. Yes, this toolkit is the most recommended one by the experts to retrieve PNY SD card files.
PNY SD Card Recovery Mac Software
Hi5 Photo Recovery Tool for Mac works very well for all kinds of deletion, loss as well formatting issues with regards to PNY SD card on Mac OS as mentioned in the above instances. You can rely up on this utility to restore any type of media files such as Videos (AVI, MP4, MOV, MPEG, MPG, M4V, 3G2, 3GP, RM, and many more), Audios (MP3, MP4, WAV, MIDI, M4b, M4A, AIFF, AIF, AIFC, RA, AMR, and so on), pictures (JPEG, JPG, TIFF, TIF, PNG, BMP, GIF, PSD, etc), and raw image files (CR2, CRW, DCS, DCR, KDC, MEF, MRW, PTX, PEF, RAF, RAW, RW2). In addition to SD card, this program allows you to recover data from all kinds of memory cards like CF, MMC, SDHC, xD, micro and mini SD card, etc. Not only this, the wizard is helpful in recovering files from iPod, pen drives, FireWire drives, external HDD and internal Mac hard drives. Now you can follow the below tutorial to perform PNY SD card recover Mac process.
You are just three steps ahead of recovering your crucial files from PNY SD card!
Step-by-step guide to recover data from PNY SD Card on Mac OS X
Step 1: Plug the PNY SD card to your Mac machine via a card reader. Download and install Hi5 Photo Recovery Program for Mac. Run the software and select the right recovery modules, which are something like this…
- Select “Recover Photos” from the very first screen
- Choose “Deleted Photo Recovery” if you are looking to restore deleted files from SD card, or select “Lost Photo Recovery” if you want to retrieve lost media files from the card
Step 2: Choose the PNY SD card Volume so that the software can scan and click on “Next”. Wait for some time until scanning gets completed.
Step 3: You can preview restored files after scanning. Then, you can choose the files you want to recover and save them on any device or location of your choice.
Note 1: Hi5 Photo Recovery Utility for Mac comes in two versions – Free trial version and licensed version. You can first download the free version to analyze the working of the toolkit, if satisfied with the outcome results then purchase the software to save the results.
Note 2: It is suggested not to save the restored files on the same device from where you have recovered them. Also, you can save your money as well as time if you act wise and make backups of important data on a regular basis.
Why Hi5 Photo Recovery for Mac?
- First of all, it is Do-it-Yourself tool
- Doesn’t alter even a single of data during data recovery process
- Allows you to preview restored files before saving
- You can also arrange the recovered data on the basis of name, size, type, and date