Flash Drive Data Recovery

People who keep making use of flash drive on regular basis get message like “Disk is not formatted, would you like to format now.” This kind of message means that the flash drive is corrupted due to some reason and each of the saved files has become inaccessible. In case of such corruption the dilemma that user faces is that whether to format or not. Format option must not be opted in any scenario if data recovery is to be done. In such situation users must apply USB Recovery Tool, which recovers the files from corrupted flash drive without formatting it.

Need for flash drive not formatted error recovery can arise due to different reasons; a few of them commonly occurring ones are described below:

Improper ejection: Flash drive file system can get corrupted due to improper ejection. If the flash drive is not removed from the system to which it is attached in prescribed way, then users get message link the one mentioned when they try to access the flash drive for the next time. To know how to recover files without formatting in such situation click on the given link: http://www.usbrecoverytool.com/without-formatting.html

Virus attack: Each of the contents of the flash drive can get unreachable, if some notorious get inside it and damages the file system. Generally viruses get inside the flash drive from the system to which is attached for some need.

Error while changing file system: Usually people make some experimentation with the settings of the flash drive; however sometimes such experimentation puts users in very dreadful situation. One of such scenario is error while changing the file system of the flash drive. If such transformation of the file system is obstructed due to some reason then each of the files saved over the drive gets inaccessible. As this happens users need to restore the items saved over it. The best way to recover such damaged flash drive has been discussed in the given page: http://www.usbrecoverytool.com/damaged.html

Flash Drive not formatted error recovery can be carried out in ideal way, if some of the important things are given due care:

  • Never format or reformat the flash drive after such error message
  • Stop making use of the drive after any sort of data loss

This software is well known among USB drive users because of its easy to use Graphic User Interface and algorithms which scans the drive in matter of few minutes and performs USB lost files recovery. Some of the very popular file formats which are rescued by this tool are JPEG, GIF, 3GP, MP4, MP3, AMR, NEF, RAW, DOC, XLS, PDF, PPT, PST, etc. The files which are recovered by this software can be sorted on the basis date of creation and file size. If the users need to recover some specific file format, then it can be easily attained, while making preferences during data recovery. After the recovery of files is done via flash drive not formatted error recovery tool, users can save them at the required location. While making data restoration consumers of this tool can zip them in order to save memory space of the HDD. In addition, anyone of you can use this tool to recover partition from USB flash drive, which are lost or deleted under various circumstances.

Steps to Recover USB Flash Drive after Format Error:

Step 1: Download, Install and then launch this software on your system. After launching this application connect the USB flash drive. Now, select "Recover Photos" option from the Main Window to start recovery process.

Flash Drive Not Formatted Error Recovery - Main Window

Fig 1: Main Window

Step 2: In next window, choose your flash drive from the list of all drives and click to next button to initiate scanning proccess.

Flash Drive Not Formatted Recovery - Select Formatted USB Drive

Fig 2: Select Flash Drive

Step 3: After completion of recovery process, you will get the list of recovered files and folders as shown as Fig 3.

USB Flash Drive Not Formatted Recovery - List of Recovered Files/Folders

Fig 3: List of Recovered Files/Folders

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