Regularly Reported Camera Memory Card Faults:
The memory card is a fantastic invention and has made storage and the transportation of information much easier than ever before. For those of us who aren’t 100% convinced about the reliability of email then using a memory card is a good way to transport your data from one place to another. But with this ability to move your data easily comes a trade off and that trade off is that the technology can sometimes be damaged in transit. Memory cards are ultra-slim flash memory chips contained within an equally thin housing and as such they can be bent, snapped, broken in two or have their pins damaged whilst in their owner’s pockets, laptop case or camera case. The oxide layer that passes the information through floating gates inside can also degrade if the device is exposed to conditions the manufacturer would not normally recommend.
Camera Memory Card Physical Failings:
The physical failure of a memory card can be the result of damage caused in transit but it can also be caused by the sudden introduction of too much electricity. Inserting your memory card into a device that suffers a power surge can render the physical aspects of the card useless as they can literally burn because of the slightness of their design. If you have transported your memory card from one location to another and it has stopped working or have left it in a device that has suffered a fault itself then contact us at www.advancedraidrecovery.co.uk to find out how we can help you recover your data. We have access to the latest chip reading software that can recover your data without corrupting it.
Camera Memory Card Electronics Fail:
The electronic element of your memory card are as delicate as the physical aspects of it and as such are also prone to damage although mostly accidental. As with the physical components inside your memory card the electronics are slight in design and can be damaged by too high a current, too much heat, conditions that are too cold or being exposed to magnetic fields. For example using or being near a microwave oven whilst having a memory card about your person can damage it to the point where your card reading device will no longer recognise it.
Formatting Camera Card or Deleting Its Information By Mistake:
Memory cards once placed in a memory card reader register themselves on the operating system as a physical drive and it is not unheard of for a user to accidentally format or delete the information from a memory card in the belief that it is another drive contained within the PC. To this end we deal with a lot of enquiries from users who have lost important or sentimental data from their memory cards because they have accidentally erased them. www.advancedraidrecovery.co.uk can help recover this data on the proviso that you have removed the memory card as soon as you have realised your error and have not tried writing anything else to it or reformatted it.
Camera Memory Card Slowing Down My Computer’s Performance:
Have you inserted your memory card into your PCs memory card reader only for the computer to lock up? Have you been presented with the infamous ‘Blue Screen of Death’ upon inserting the card or trying to read from it? If so then there is potentially a problem on the card that the operating system is struggling to overcome. Likewise if you have noticed that information being sent or read from the memory card is being accessed at a slower than normal pace then it might well be in the first throes of a physical or electronic failure. If any of the aforementioned problems are afflicting your PC whilst using a memory card contact us at www.advancedraidcovery.co.uk so that we can help diagnose the problem and recover the card’s contents