PC Inspector Smart Recovery is just the right software that can do wonders for you. Believe me, it works like a charm although takes a bit of time (when I say “bit of time” that means hours and hours…) to recover all those accidentally deleted pictures and files. The software is very easy to use and even if you are not a computer savvy person, you can use it without much discomfort.
PC Inspector Smart Recovery works with Flash Card™, Smart Media™, SONY Memory Stick™, IBM™ Micro Drive, Multimedia Card, Secure Digital Card or any other data carrier for Digital Cameras. I have tried this software on my Phone Memory Card as well and it recovered all the pictures that got accidentally deleted.
If you have unintentionally deleted or formatted pictures, videos or sound files on your data carrier or have pulled it out during a write operation, no matter – PC Inspector Smart Recovery can easily, quickly and absolutely reliably reconstruct the lost data.
PC Inspector Smart Recovery supports the following picture formats: .jpg, .amr, .tif, .bmp, .gif, Canon .crw , Fuji .raf , RICOH .raw, Olympus .orf (E-XX), Olympus .orf (C5050), Nokia 3gp, Kodak .dcr, Minolta .mrw, Nikon .nef (D1H/D1X), Nikon .nef (D2H/D2X), Nikon .nef (E5000/E5700), Sigma – Foveon .x3f, mp4, QuickTime .mov (Konica Minolta). Video files in .avi, QuickTime .mov format and audio files in .wav, .dss format can also be recovered.
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Last Updated: July 25 at 7:21 am