My camera memory card is displayed as RAW file system and all taken photos cannot be accessed. But, some of them are needed in this Friday. So, I just come here and ask what I can do to re-access these photos. Do you have any idea? Is it right for me to format this card at first? Please, help me! Thanks!
OK! The RAW file system problem could be the cause of permanent data loss. So, you’d better act carefully from now on.
1). Do not write this RAW memory card with any new file and also do not format it in case of any data loss.
2). Insert it to your computer and see whether all your memory card photos are still recoverable. You may need some card data recovery tools like Recuva, 4Card Recovery, PhotoRec and iCare Data Recovery Free to take chances.
No matter which one you choose to use, I hope you can scan your card much more times to see whether you can scan much more photos back.
3). Format this card to convert its file system from RAW to your wanted one.
PS: You should always back up your card data on your computer or other places timely in the future.
Here is an article that may also help you:
Photo recovery is the third party software which is designed to recover RAW file format photos from All digital cameras.So, you can try Photo recovery to restore your RAW file format photos.
In you case, you may take chances with some data recovery tools.
In fact, a couple of weeks ago, I had a great success to restore my wanted data back from my RAW Canon camera memory card with a card data recovery program:
I still can remember its four data recovery options for me to choose. I hope it may also help you.
Note : No matter what happens, you should never forget to save everything important on different places again.
You can also use Card data recovery for recovering your Raw file format photos from your digital camera memory card.
Thank you very much! Your detailed steps and recommended data recovery software really help me a lot. Moreover, I also find a really useful video tutorial here:
There are some other proficient and more advance application also available for photo Recovery. You can check out such a tool from here … http://www.amrevsoftware.com/photo-recovery
Hey there, I was recently facing a trouble where my micro SD card turned into RAW all of a sudden. As a result I did not able to access any of my stored files from my SD card. The issue was driving me crazy but fortunately I got exact tips from a web site on how to access data from RAW memory card and I have successfully recovered data from RAW Micro SD card. Below mentioned links would provide site information.
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Yes . . . only post your problem once. There’s no need for multiple identical posts.
Read my repsonse to your other one: