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Recover Deleted Photos And Videos From Sony Digital Camera

Did you accidentally delete photos (or videos) from your Sony digital camera or Sony Memory Card? The ‘Memory Card File Rescue’ tool from Sony may help you recover your precious photos from your Sony Memory Card, especially if you’re not overwritten other files to the card immediately after the accidental deletion.

Sony Memory Card File Rescue is a free tool that you can download from Sony website. However, to download the tool you need model name (example: MS-MT2G, SF-4N4, SR-4A4, etc) and serial number of your Sony memory card. The serial number (5 digit number) of the MC can be seen on the backside of your memory card.

To download the tool, visit here and click “Download” button (shown at right-side of the page). You will be then taken to a new page. Here enter any model name (example SR-4C4) and serial number (or any 5 digit number) and download the file (13.8Mb).

After downloading the file, install and run the program. It will automatically select the drive (card reader or camera that contains Sony memory card) or select the drive to be scanned manually.

Click on the “Run” button to start the recovery process. It will show you the list of files that it recovered. Select the files that you want to save or recover. It can recover JPG (DCF), MPEG-1, MP4, MP4 AVC files. Download Sony Memory Card File Rescue Tool

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