Photo Recovery

JPEG recovery from hard disk or memory cards

JPEG is a file type of image files that is famous all over the world. JPEG is an ISO/IEC group of experts that have development part, which develops and maintains the standard suite of compressing algorithms for image files. JPEG is a term given to graphic image file that is produced by using a JPG standard. A JPEG file is slightly different than JPG, where JPG is created by choosing a range of compression qualities (actually, from one of a suite of compression algorithms) where as JPEG is a normal extension for photos.

Like JPEG, there are other two formats used to save the files in the form of pixels i.e. Graphic Interchange Format (GIF) and Portable Network Graphics (PNG) file formats. JPEG file uses .jpg extension.

As JPEG is a type of file, it needs some sort of storage device like hard drives, USB drives, external hard disks and last but not the least i.e. memory cards etc.  As storage devices are generally prone to corruption, you may end up in losing your valuable JPEG photos due to such corruption issues.

Number of times you will find that your photo is being missing from your hard disk, USB drives or memory card and then you will be either in a problem or your sentiments will hurt as this is the media to save the precious moments of life. Don’t Worry!!!Even though you are not able to access your photos, you can easily restore those photos just by using the JPEG recovery software

Among all storage devices, memory card are most commonly used in digital cameras to store the photos. Frequently, these memory cards may get corrupted and you may unable to find the actual the reason behind such data loss. Even after losing your valuable photos, you could do the recovery. Therefore, in order to recover photos from corrupted memory card you need some recovery tool.

There are some reasons due to which you may end up in losing your essential JPEG photos.

  • Shutting down the system abruptly, results in improper saving of data and lastly the data loss.
  • Disconnecting Memory cards or USB  without using the “Safely Remove Hardware” option.
  • Not installing the antivirus in the system and result in Virus attack.
  • Battery low in camera and while transferring the photos abrupt shutdown.

Possibly these reasons could easily be removed by just following few precautionary steps, which are vice versa of the steps mentioned above. You just need to maintain the strong backups of your important pictures because, the recovery process is not reliable all the time. Or else if you have lost your data then you need to download the software from the internet.