Recover Data When Received GoPro SD Card Error Message

My GoPro suddenly cannot work and with an SD card error message on the screen. It shows that removing, reinserting, or reformatting the SD card to solve this error. Can I recover data from this SD card first?

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Dany· Answered on Nov 10, 2023

When you get this message on your GoPro, that means you are going to repair corrupted memory card and recover data. Before repairing the corrupted SD cards or memory cards on your computer, you should try to rescue data from the corrupted SD card first. We will guide you to perform SD card recovery with software.

Are you wondering what kind of data recovery tools we are going to use? EaseUS Data Recovery Wizard will be the first choice.

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This SD card recovery software can not only recover lost or deleted files from your SD card, but it can also fix corrupted videos on GoPro. We are here to show you how to recover data when received a GoPro SD card error message:

Step 1. Activate the EaseUS Data Recovery Wizard. Choose the proper SD card that was damaged or corrupted. It also can be a local drive or a detachable disk. After that, click Scan to begin the scanning.

Step 2. This software will thoroughly search the chosen SD card and show all files (including lost and existing files). If you want to recover videos, you should choose Videos from the list of file types on the left, and then choose an individual video format, such as MP4, MOV, GIF, etc. Instead, you might use the name of the camera that took the video to quickly discover the files you need to fix.

Step 3. The software will fix the corrupted videos for you when you can preview the video. To avoid data overwriting, click Recover to restore the corrected videos or photos to a separate location.

Use EaseUS Data Recovery Wizard to recover deleted or lost files easily and quickly.

Tutorials on how to recover lost, deleted, or formatted data from HDD, SSD, USB, SD card, or other storage media on Windows and Mac.

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