Media Recovery Software is a highly integrated toolkit to reecover deleted or lost files from all Lexar storage devices like flash card, pen drive, memory card, and other portable drives. Try now by downloading and launching the free trial edition on your system. It recovers all your files from lexar device and allows free preview of the recovered files before saving. Try now!!!
Lexar is a famous manufacturer of portable storage devices including the flash drive, memory sticks and digital devices including cameras, cell phones, game consoles etc. Along with a large storage capacity they also possess faster transfer of media files among different digital devices. But sometimes you may come across a situation where all your important media files & folders disappear from a Lexar storage device all of a sudden due to an accidental formatting or deletion. Data from your Lexar device might also get corrupted and inaccessible due to improper handling or virus attack. Apart from this, there are a few other reasons responsible for data loss from the Lexar storage devices.
Some of the most common reasons to lose media files from a Lexar device are:
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Requirements: Microsoft Windows 10, Windows 8, Windows 7, Windows Vista, Windows XP, Windows 2003, Windows 2008
Step 1: Download and install the Lexar Recovery Software on your Windows PC. Connect the Lexar device to PC and open the software by double-clicking on the desktop shortcut. On the main screen, click "Recover Files" as shown in Figure 1
Figure 1: Main Screen
Step 2: The software search all-available drives on your PC and shows them on screen. Select the Lexar drive and click "Next" as shown in Figure 2
Figure 2: Select Lexar drive
Step 3: After a successful scanning, it will show you a list of recovered media files and folders as shown in Figure 3
Figure 3: List of Reocvered Media Files