Retrieve Deleted Files from the USB Drive

The external removable USB drive is very popular among all computer users to store as well as to carry important information anywhere. It allows you to store a satisfactory amount of data in a handy way. For this reason, it is well accepted by a large number of users. Alike other storage drives, USB drives are also immune to data loss. You might erase your important data from the USB drive intentionally or unintentionally. In that case, do you know how to unerase files on the external USB drive? If not, then Recovery Tool can is an optimal solution for you. This application will help you to recover complete information from that drive after permanent deletion.

Common reasons leading to loss or deletion of USB files

The USB drive is much trustworthy storage media to store various types of data, sometimes user deletes important files going to remove some redundant data. Besides accidental deletion, files may also get deleted due to incorrect plug-and-play, file system corruption, and extensive usage. After deletion, you cannot find those data in the Recycle Bin folder of your system because they are permanently deleted from the computer. However, the only hope to recover deleted files from the USB drive is the utilization of this effective utility. This application is capable to regain all types of files including images, music, videos, documents, and all other types of files.

Files from the USB external drive frequently get deleted during the file transfer process. Generally, files go missing or corrupted when the USB drive is abruptly ejected during the file transfer operation. So, it is also recommended to use the ‘safely remove hardware’ option.

Besides that, files may also be deleted from the external USB drive due to abrupt system shut down when it is connected to your system. Sometimes, files from the USB drive is vanished due to anti-virus scanning. If any file on the drive is infected by a dangerous virus and you connect that external drive to an anti-virus installed system, all infected data will be erased immediately without your concern.

Undeleting USB drive files

The files that got lost, deleted, formatted, or inaccessible are not completely deleted. Only the pointer to that location is deleted from the file system but not the actual data. Using this prominent application, it is very easy to retrieve that data from Kingston, Transcend, SanDisk and all other external drives.

Therewith, you can simply utilize the USB Recovery Tool to get the best file recovery results in a simple set of steps. This program supports USB drive restoration on all versions of Windows OS. If you need to recover data from the USB drive after a quick format, follow this link: It has an inbuilt find option to recover any specific type of file as JPG, MP3, AVI, DOC, PPTX, etc. from memory card, USB Stick, flashcard, HDD, or SSD. In addition, you can also employ this recovery program on all versions of Mac OS to restore data. For more details of USB external drive on Mac, visit this link:

Perform these steps to unerase files from the external USB drive

Step 1: Install and launch the external USB drive recovery tool on your system. Then select the "Recover Files" option from the main window as shown in Fig I.

Step 2: Choose the external USB drive from the list of drives to restore erased data.

Windows File Recovery - Select Recovery Mode

Figure 1: Home Wizard

Step 3: The drive restoration starts by initiating a scan on the USB drive you selected.

Windows File Recovery - Select Drive

Figure 2: Scanning USB Drive

Step 4: When the recovery process finishes, a list of restored files will appear in "Data View" and "File Type View" layouts.

Windows File Recovery - File Type View Recovered Files

Figure 3: List of the Recovered Files

Step 5: Preview the regained files.

Windows File Recovery - Preview Recovered Files

Figure 4: Preview Files

Step 6: Save the recovered USB drive data to the desired storage location.

Windows File Recovery - Save Recovered Files

Figure 5: Save Recovered Files

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