Recover Formatted Data/Contents from Canon C500 XF Card

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Recover Formatted Data/Contents from Canon C500 XF Card

Postby JerryEdison001 » Sat Jun 01, 2013 5:01 pm

How to recover Canon C500 CF card data deleted, formatted or lost on Mac?

* Accidental deletion

* Pressing the reformat button in camera

* Various reasons of damage like low battery power, turning off on writing/reading, etc.

* And so forth

You may have lost your vital photos, videos and audio files from a Canon C500 CF card due to any reason above. As a matter of fact, the files are not completely erased from the Canon C500 CF card on the deletion or formatting. Only files names and properties are erased, the file content is still hanging around and recoverable. All you need is to get a CF (Compact Flash) card recovery Mac tool, which can help to retrieve all the contents. Canon C500 CF card Data Recovery for Mac(compatible with Mac OS X 10.8(Mountain Lion), 10.7, 10.6, or 10.5) is one of that. Before acting, keep in mind that less operation on the Canon C500 CF card gives you higher chances to get lost files back.

Step 1. Connect your Canon C500 CF card to Mac

Connect your Canon C500 CF card to the Mac through proper adapters or the device directly. Then run the program and go to“Lost File Recovery” to begin the Canon C500 CF card recovery work.

Lost File Recovery: It allows you to recover files deleted by Command + Delete, or emptied from Trash, and lost files from formatted or corrupted partitions. This recovery mode is recommended first. It enables you to recover lost data with original file names and folder structures.

Raw Recovery: If Lost File Recovery cannot find your wanted files, you can try Raw Recovery, but the recovered files here have no original names and folder structure.

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Step 2. Select the Canon C500 CF path for recovery

The program can detects all drives connected to the computer.After entering the Lost File Recovery/Raw Recovery, choose the disk or partition where you lost your files and click “Scan” to find lost data.

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If you don’t want to recover all the content from the Canon C500 CF card, you can set the file type by clicking “Select File Kind”/“Filter Option”. Then choose photo, audio or video from the “File Type”, and even the specific file formats, if you have a requirement. Then continue the work via “Scan”.

Step 3. Recover Canon C500 CF card on Mac

After the complete scan, all the files found back are well listed in the scan result panel. Check the folders of audio, video and photo on the left, and then hit “Recover” to get them all back. Remember to save them on your Mac or other storage devices, but not the same Canon C500 CF card from which you lost them before due to safety of the file.

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Note: As to photos, you can preview them before you execute the recovery. During the preview, you can check the quality of them and decide which one to recover. If you are a Windows user, please try Canon C500 CF card Data Recovery (compatible with Windows 8/7/Vista/XP) here to do Compact Flash data Recovery.

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Re: Recover Formatted Data/Contents from Canon C500 XF Card

Postby Ailsa00 » Tue Aug 27, 2013 9:06 am

You can also use Kvisoft Data recovery for mac to recover formatted data from Canon XF Card, here is the detailed tutorial shows you how to recover files from memory card:
http://www.kvisoft.com/tutorials/how-to ... -card.html

Hope this helps!
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