Want to Unformat USB Drive Data?

When you format a USB drive, it leads to loss of entire data contained in it and then you do not have any option to have access to your favorite files, which have been lost after formatting. On such stage, what strategy you should apply is to execute USB data recovery after format operation. To make such important task successful and risk free, you must employ USB Recovery Tool that is a highly advanced technology suggested by professional data recovery specialist.

Generally, USB drive formatting is possible accidentally or intentionally. You may format USB drive intentionally, when you want to free up disk space from entire data that is no more in use. If the file system structure associated with USB storage drive is corrupted or damaged, you will not be able to explore it to access information. In addition, it cannot be used further for restoring data. Therefore, to make USB drive reusable, it is necessary to format it. Corruption to file system structure is usually can be caused by abrupt removal of USB drive while it in use, sudden power failure, bad sectors etc. Similarly, virus attack to USB drive files is also arisen that need format operation. To invade USB drive data from virus invasion, keep scanning drive with effective anti-virus software in a regular interval. This program is also capable to recover data from USB drives on Windows 7 system. To know more about it check this page: http://www.usbrecoverytool.com/windows-7.html

Execution of format error message, asking the user to format USB drive when he plug it to computer USB port, is also quite common scenario. As you connect your USB drive to access USB drive files, it may throw an error that is “Disk in drive is not formatted. Format it now”, after which user may possibly end with formatting USB drive. Such kind of format error messages can be popped up because of improper USB drive removal process; when you use same USB drive on computer based on different operating system. Apart from above described issues, user may format it while attempting to format other logical partition. Similarly, you may select Format option mistakenly or in absent mind.

Unfortunately, most users have the misconception that it is impossible to restore data after formatting USB drive but is not exactly what they think. Formatting leads to only freeing index pointers from pointing files and it does not lead to removal of data from the storage drive. Data can be restored again with the help of USB Recovery Tool. Similarly, it enables you to undelete USB drive files, which are deleted by Delete command, by a third-party tool or because of other reasons.

USB Recovery Tool is a prime solution to retrieve lost files after any circumstances from USB drive of different brands like Transcend, SanDisk, Kinston, Sony, HP and more. It is capable enough to recover all deleted files such as photos, videos, documents, music etc from external USB drives and compatible with different OS environment introduced by Mac and Windows computers. To perform formatted USB drive recovery on Mac machine, you can find clear guidance here, http://www.usbrecoverytool.com/mac.html

NOTE: Any of you can also make use of this software to recover files from encrypted USB drive, in a few simple steps. Visit this link, to know more: http://www.usbrecoverytool.com/files-from-encrypted.html

Steps to rescue from a formatted USB drive

Step 1: Download and install the software on your system. Connect USB drive to computer USB port and then launch the application. You will see the home screen with three option as shown in Fig A. Select the suitable option from the screen.

USB Data Recovery After Format - Main Window

Fig A: Main Window

Step 2: On next window, select your formatted USB drive from the list of all drives as shown in Fig B. As select the drive and click to next, scanning proccess will start.

USB Data Recovery After Format - Select Formatted USB Drive

Fig B: Select Formatted USB Drive

Step 3: After recovery process is over, a list of restored files along with description will be shown as Fig C.

USB Data Recovery After Format - Restored Files

Fig C: Restored Files

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