Do you think the files stored on your USB stick are safe and secure? Nowadays most of the users rely on the USB drive to store and carry their essential data anywhere. Even though the USB stick is a safe and secure device to carry files from one machine to another, there are times when most of the users lose their important files from the USB drives due to accidental deletion. In such situations, most of the users think that the files are washed away completely. But this is the wrong notion!! There are numerous software’s available over the internet to help you in such circumstances. However, when it comes to recover deleted files from a USB stick, Recover USB Drive tool is the ultimate software.
Even though USB stick is the most popular and reliable portable storage drive used all over the world, these drives are also immune to corruption. Corruption can creep in a USB stick without prior notice. You only get to know that your USB stick has got corrupted when your saved important files become inaccessible. In such circumstances, a legitimate backup could limit the data loss. However, if there is no backup available to fulfill the loss, don’t fret. With USB Recovery Tool, data recovery from the damaged USB stick has become easier than ever before.
Sometimes while deleting redundant files from the USB stick, most of the users accidentally delete their important files. If the backup of deleted files is not available then it results in severe data loss. In addition to accidental deletion, data from the USB stick can be deleted due to various circumstances like file system corruption, extensive usage of USB stick, improper plug and play of USB stick, unexpected system shutdown while transferring files from the USB drive to the computer etc.
As soon as you delete a file from the USB stick, only the file will be marked as deleted and the particular storage space will be flagged as available for storing new files, but the actual stream of information stored will remain intact until and unless it is overwritten by the new files. Windows or Mac operating system fail to detect such files. But the USB Recovery Tool searches such kind of files with its advanced scanning algorithms and recover deleted files from the USB stick, with the use of unique file signatures. If you have got corrupted flash drive, which asks you to format it to making any further use, then make use of this link, to recover files from damaged flash drive before formatting it: http://www.usbrecoverytool.com/flash-drive-not-formatted-error-recovery.html
USB Recovery Tool will easily recover files from Kingston USB stick and all other types of USB drive available around the world. This tool restores deleted data from corrupted, damaged, formatted, reformatted or inaccessible USB drives. It provides an advanced option to save the recovery session to avoid re-scanning of USB stick for missing or deleted files. Furthermore, you can use this tool as a USB recovery software for Mac as well as Windows computers. It provides an option to preview the recovered files before you actually recover deleted files from the USB stick, on PC or laptop. And hence this file preview feature of this tool will helps you to avoid the recovery of unwanted files and saves your valuable time. You can also make use of this software to recover deleted files from Verbatim flash drive. To in detail about it visit this link: http://www.usbrecoverytool.com/verbatim-flash-drive.html
NOTE: Make use of this application to restore files from encrypted USB flash drive. To know more about this software make use of this link: http://www.usbrecoverytool.com/files-from-encrypted.html
Simple steps to recover deleted files from the USB stick,
Step 1: Download USB Recovery Tool and install it on your computer or laptop and then open its main windows as shown in figure I.
Figure I: Main Window
Step 2: Select the USB drive partition from the list of logical drives as shown in below figure II.
Figure II: Select USB Drive Partition
Step 3: The list of files which are recovered from the USB drive will be as shown in figure III.
Figure III: List of Retrieved Files