If you have ever downloaded a series of photographic images from your digital camera only to discover that many of them had gray pegboard like contents, then you know how easy it is for digital photos to be damaged during transfer. So many things can happen so as to interfere with the photo download process. Simply removing the digital camera memory card from the reader slot too soon will obviously interrupt the process of data transfer.
Also when information is transferred at very high speeds, as is often the case when using higher capacity secure digital memory cards part of the information being sent can be lost. This results in as previously stated the gray pegboard effect. To recover digital photos damaged during transfer you will need to use a digital media or image recovery tool that specifically supports your camera type. These software utilities allow you to recover photos from even the largest camera SD cards in just a few minutes with no prior computer technical experience required.