If you have an older Fujifilm or Olympus digital camera, chances are it uses an XD memory card. If you have deleted a photo by mistake or if your card seems to be corrupted, Disk Drill can help. Our app for XD card picture recovery on Mac can scan your card and find deleted photos. MacOS Big Sur Ready!
Most of the time, cameras work just the way you want them to. But sometimes you delete a photo by mistake — or you transfer the photos to your computer, but then your hard drive crashes. These disasters might mean your photos are lost for good, but a lot of times your photos are still there — they’re just invisible!
Disk Drill knows how to recover deleted files from XD picture card on Mac. It will scan your camera card and give you a list of any lost photos that it finds. The process is simple — just use the steps below.
Once the scan is done, you will be able to view a list of found files. Preview the files one at a time. If you see the ones you need, click the "Recover" button, follow the instructions, and you are done!
That’s how you recover XD card files on Mac OS X! Download the best app for XD card picture recovery on Mac for free today.
Don't Forget to Protect Your Files
The best way to keep your photos and other files safe is to protect them before something happens. Disk Drill offers various options for protecting your data for free: Recovery Vault and Guaranteed Recovery. By enabling these features you save yourself from desperately looking for a way to recover files on XD card or on your other storages.
Disk Drill can dig deeper
Disk Drill offers Deep Scan that works through the raw data from a hard drive. It doesn't care if your drive is FAT, NTFS, or else. Disk Drill just scans through the remaining fragments of your files treating them like a puzzle with all of its knowledge of file signatures. Once it recognizes the binary signature it can easily recover files like .jpg, .doc, .xls, etc.
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