The Canon IXUS 130 is a sophisticated digital camera with a resolution of 14.1 megapixels. The camera is built with virtually all advanced features, including a wide-angle 4x zoom lens and motion blur technology. The IXUS camera is compatible with SDHC (Secure Digital High Capacity) and SDXC (Secure Digital Extreme Capacity) cards with 2TB storage capacity.
Since the memory of the cards is huge, it is huge at the same time. One of the main reasons for data loss on cards is damage to such cards. In most cases, you receive an error message after the card has been damaged. However, upgraded backups allow card security to be overcome. Allows data to be recovered. But if backup is unavailable, you can use recovery software to recover data from a damaged card
As a practical case, the following error message is displayed on the Canon IXUS 130 while trying to view some previously stored images on the SDHC card :
"Memory Card Error"
After the above error message is displayed, any photo stored on the memory card is inaccessible. In addition, multiple photos can not be saved on the card. In short, the card is not readable or can not be written.
The above error message, which makes all photos unavailable, causes damage primarily. Because of the above error message, some reasons have been identified: virus infection, interrupted read / write operation, and human errors
The above error message is resolved by formatting a memory card in the camera itself. This process deletes all previously saved data and allows you to save new data. Although formatting is a good solution for users who do not require old data, users such as photographers, detective agents, etc. – they will be fatal for storing the critical data on their memory card. However, restoring formatted data is a simple process today. To do so, use a specialized third-party Photo Recovery Software. An image recovery tool can only be accessed online with one click.