Have you ever been troubled by this? You were cautiously transferring your photos from camera to computer, but somehow the photos "disappeared." You wondered how it could happen and wanted to recover lost photos during data transfer, while sometimes you successfully do that, sometimes you just failed.
In this case, it is advisable to try photo recovery software to check if your lost picture can be recovered. You can try Recoverit photo recovery software. This risk-free program can recover lost photos from digital cameras or computers with original quality. At the same time, the trial version can let you preview the effects in the thumbnail to see whether your pictures are recoverable or not. Here my suggestion is to scan the camera and computer both, improving the success rate of recovering lost images.
Tips: DO NOT install the Recoverit photo recovery software to the same partition where you lost data for avoiding overwriting original data.
With Recoverit data recovery, you can quickly and effectively to restore the lost photo. Follow the next simple steps to perform Camera data recovery. If you are a Mac user, use Reocoverit for Mac to recover lost photos when transferred from the camera to Mac.
Step 1. Select the device to scan. I try to find back lost photos from Camera, directly run the program and select your camera memory card (displayed as a drive letter here), and click "Start" to scan.
Step 2. If a quick scan can't find your lost photos, you can go to the "All-Around Recovery" mode to start a deep scan for your camera memory card.
Step 3. After the scan, preview and check the recoverable photos scanned out, then click "Recover" to get them back.
After the photo was lost, the data are not always lost, just not visible or readable because the entry index of the system makes a unique mark on those data, hinting this area can be written over by other new data. So keep in mind: do not put more photos or other data in the same place where your lost picture was stored, since once you put other new files in it, this free space will be overwritten by others, which makes it difficult to recover lost photos.
1. After connecting the camera to the computer, you start transferring your picture. Accidentally you touch the data wire, causing the USB to disconnected. Not all the photos are successfully transferred, and some are lost.
2. The sudden power-off of the camera or computer could lead to the photo loss too. Once that happens, the transferring process would be interrupted forcibly, and some of your photos might be lost.
3. If your computer doesn't have enough space to store more photos, the data transferring would not be finished until some space is released. If you "Cut"- 'Paste' the picture and keep on moving it, the photo would be lost.
4. The virus. If your picture is affected by the virus, when you transfer it from the camera to the computer, the anti-virus software on your computer may kill the virus by deleting the photo automatically. The virus is erased, but your photo is also lost.