Want to Unformat USB Drive Data?
When you format a USB drive, the entire data contained stored in it will be erased. Upon formatting the removable USB drive there is no option available for you to have access to your favorite files, which you might have forgotten to backup before formatting the removable USB drive. At this point, you must use the smart solutions to revive vital files deleted/lost from the external USB drive storage. For this task to be successful and risk-free, you must employ the USB Recovery Tool- a highly advanced software recommended by the professional data recovery specialists to undelete USB drive files,
What leads to formatting the USB storage?
Generally, USB drive formatting is done accidentally or intentionally. You may format USB drive intentionally when you want to free up disk space consumed by the files/folders that are no longer useful. Also, if the file system structure associated with USB storage drive is corrupted or damaged, you won't be able to access information saved on the USB drive. Corruption to file system structure is usually can be caused by the abrupt removal of USB drive while it in use, sudden power failure, bad sectors, etc. You are also likely to encounter various error messages because of virus/malicious threats, bad sector formations and other factors. Now, to make USB drive reusable, it is necessary to format it.
When you connect the 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 the user may end with the formatting USB drive. Apart from the above-described issues, users format the removable storage drive whilst attempting to format some other logical partition.
Easily Retrieve USB Drive Files
Unfortunately, most users have the misconception that it is impossible to restore data after formatting the USB drives but is not exactly what they think. Format operation will only clear the index pointers to the files stored on the drive. The data will still reside on the drive space until they are overwritten by new files. These recoverable USB drives can be fetched effortlessly with the help of the USB Recovery Tool.
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 types of media files such as photos, videos, documents, music, etc. from external USB drives and compatible with different OS environments introduced by Mac and Windows computers.USB drives on Windows 7 system. To know more about it check this page- http://www.usbrecoverytool.com/windows-7.html.
Note: Any of you can also make use of this software to recover files from an 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 free version of USB Recovery Tool on your system, plug USB drive to the computer, and launch the software. Then, from the Home Screen, choose Recover Partitions option, and then choose the drive representing the USB drive from the list of available drives, and hit Scan button to initiate scanning process, as shown the figure 1.
Figure 1: Home Wizard
Step 2: Now the tool starts scanning the USB drive to find its lost, and deleted data, as shown below in figure 2.
Figure 2: Select USB Drive
Step 3: Upon the completion of the scanning and recovery process, it displays the list of recovered files. You can view the recovered data in two views- Data View and File Type View as shown in figure 3.
Figure 3: List of Recovered Files
Step 4: Before saving the recovered files, you can preview each of the files by right-clicking on the respective file and choosing Preview option to ensure safe recovery of the files as shown in figure 4.
Figure 4: Preview Recovered Files
Step 5: If you are satisfied with the recovery results of the software then activate the license key and save the recovered files at the location of your choice as shown in figure 5.
Figure 5: Save Recovered Files