Recover Deleted Videos from a Memory Stick

  • A one-stop solution to bring back deleted video files from a memory stick storage
  • Powerful enough to retrieve the video file containing any file type extension
  • Works with vivid brands of memory sticks, memory cards, iPods, USB drives, iPods, and others
  • It also allows the users to preview the video files after applying a scan process


A memory stick can store all your precious videos and other media files. However, deletion of videos from a Memory Stick could be very disappointing to any user. Some unforeseen errors could completely erase all the video files from your memory stick and you don't even possess any backup of it. Following are some common situations where the memory stick videos get deleted-

  1. Unintentional Deletion: While watching videos on a digital camcorder, you might unknowingly click on “Delete All” button, which leads to deletion of all the precious video files along with pictures, songs, etc. causing video file loss. You can experience this situation even with the memory sticks that are used with mobile phones. Click on this URL- for better understanding about deleted video recovery from the cell phones.
  2. Intentional Deletion: To free up memory space of Memory Stick, you intended to delete some of the redundant videos. But, while deleting unwanted videos you selected precious ones and delete them.
  3. Formatting: You might format operation on the Memory Stick either accidentally or intentionally, which will delete the entire collection of video files on the memory stick storage.
  4. Interrupted file transfer: If you pull out/eject the memory stick whilst file transfer between a memory stick and other devices in progress, then video files will go missing or deleted from its storage location.
  5. Memory stick corruption: Any damages to the memory stick file system like a virus infection will also cause inaccessibility or loss of videos from the memory stick storage.

There could be some more factors that lead to deletion or loss of videos from memory sticks. Nevertheless, there is one secure way to regain the videos, that is by using the Video File Recovery software.

Undelete memory stick videos in simple clicks

The Video File Recovery is an accurate solution to tackle all the above situations of video file deletion. It comes with chock full of advanced services and smart recovery engines to deliver successful recovery results. This tool efficiently regains MOV, AVI, DivX, MP4, MPEG, M4V, etc. using the unique file signatures. Simply Visit the given page link to extract complete information about the restoration of the deleted AVI files.

Apart from memory sticks, it is capable to recover deleted videos from the Recycle Bin or Trash can. It also works with memory cards(SD, SDXC, SDHC, xD, MMC, CF, etc.) and other external drives(HDD, SSD, USB drives, smartphones, and so on). Read more about how to retrieve deleted videos from LG Optimus here.

You can recover deleted video from Memory stick on Macintosh as well as on Windows operating system computers. There is a separate version of the Video File Recovery tool for Macintosh, that can retrieve deleted videos on MacBook Air, MacBook Pro, MacBook Mini, iMac, etc.

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Procedure to restore deleted videos from a Memory Stick:

Step 1: Download and install the Video File Recovery software on your system.

Step 2: Connect the Memory Stick to the computer.

Step 3: Opt Recover Files option on the main screen as depicted in Figure 1.

Step 4: Pick the drive that represents the memory stick and click on the Scan button.

Video File Recovery - Main screen

Figure 1: Main Screen

Step 5: A deep scan will be applied to the selected memory stick.

Figure 2: Scanning for video files

Step 6: Preview the restored media files. Then mark the videos that you wish to save.

Figure 3: Recovery results

Step 7: Now save the videos retrieved from the memory stick to the desired storage location.

Figure 4: Save Recovered Videos

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