Have you ever encountered a situation where your SD card displaying 0 bytes i.e., empty when connected to the computer and are you in search of SD card 0 bytes recovery? If so, then you don’t have to worry. Because, the search to recover SD card 0 bytes has taken you to the right place. Here you will get excellent software to retrieve SD card 0 bytes.

Basically, an SD card is an ultra small flash memory card designed to provide high capacity memory in a small size. Usually SD cards are used in many small portable devices like digital cameras, digital video camcorders, audio players and mobile phones. It stores media files like pictures, videos and audio. But, due to some reasons, the SD card might get corrupt and leads to loss of data from it.

However, let us consider a scenario where your SD card might get corrupted. You would have taken wedding photos of your brother from mobile phone and decided to make a frame of few out of those wedding photos. So, you will connect the SD card via card reader to the system and you will not be aware of the virus which is affected to the system. Due to virus attack, the SD card might get corrupted and as a result of this it displays an error as 0 bytes. Now, you will be thinking is it possible to get back SD card 0 bytes? Yes, it is possible by using SDXC Card Recovery software which helps you to recover SD card 0 bytes and if the photos get deleted from transcend SD card then it also helps you to restore photos from transcend SD card.

Reasons behind the SD card corruption:

  • Improper Ejection of SD Card: SD card must be ejected properly. If it is removed improperly during transfer process then it results in corruption of SD card and makes your SD card undiscoverable.
  • File System Corruption: File system contains all the information of file types of your SD card. If any files on file system get corrupt then SD card shows blank error when connected to the computer.

To overcome all the above issues, you can use SDXC Card Recovery software to retrieve SD card 0 bytes in simple way and it is safe and secure compared to other software.

Salient Features of SDXC Card Recovery software:

SDXC Card Recovery is the best software available in the market to recover SD card 0 bytes.  It has advanced built-in algorithm that will search the entire SD card thoroughly and get back all the data. It is capable of retrieving over 300 file types including restoration of videos, photos, audios, documents, zipped files and many more. This software allows you to recover data from micro SD card, SDHC card, CF card, etc. with no much effort. It performs complete recovery of data to restore SD card 0 bytes with original directory paths, file names and attributes. It is user friendly interface that helps you to perform SD card 0 bytes recovery in step by step procedure. This recovery tool can even efficiently perform Adata SD card recovery, also supports other popular brands of SD card. This software allows you to view the data before restoring it and can be saved on any desired location.

Following are the steps to perform SD card 0 bytes recovery:

Step 1: Connect your SD card to the system. Download and Install the SDXC Card Recovery software to retrieve SD card 0 bytes. Launch the software to start the recovery process. From the main screen, select “Recover Photos” option to recover SD card 0 bytes.

Recover SD Card 0 Bytes   - Main Screen

Step 2: After clicking on "Recover Photos" option, select “Recover Lost Photos” option to recover SD card 0 bytes.

Recover SD Card 0 Bytes  - Lost Files

Step 3: Now, you will find a list of drives, choose the particular SD card from which you need to retrieve data and click on Next.

Recover SD Card 0 Bytes  - Choose Physical Drive

Step 4: Software starts recovering data from SD card and displays the retrieved data in two different views i.e., “Data View” or “File Type View”. You can view the data using “Preview” option and Save them on any desired location.

Recover SD Card 0 Bytes  - Save Recovered Data

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