USB drive is one of the most convenient data storage devices. People use these drives to store and carry their data with them where they want. There are a number of USB drive brands available in the market. Each of them offers some unique features and large data storage capacity. These USB drives are user friends due to their small size, portability and large data saving capability. In USB drives, people save their various types of data such as office documents, images, video clips, audios, applications, etc.

Beside these features of USB drives, sometimes people can face data deletion or loss issue from these USB drives. When user deletes some important files from USB drives, then it gets deleted permanently from USB drive instance of going to the Recycle Bin folder. Due to this, people face data deletion issue from their USB device. After encountering such problems, people search reliable solution to restore their deleted data. So for restoring data on Windows 7 system, people need to utilize a third party program like USB Recovery Tool. This program supports various brands of USB device like SanDisk, Kingston, Transcend, Maxtor, Seagate, etc. In order to know about SanDisk drive recovery, checks this page:

Some Most Frequent Causes Behind Data Deletion from USB Drive:

Accidental deletion: People might wrongly delete some files from USB drive. These deleted files from USB drives will bypass Recycle Bin folder by which people cannot get back these deleted files from the Recycle Bin and face data deletion issue.

Formatting USB drive: It is a process of deleting all the information from the USB drive. Once the USB drive is formatted the entire data store in it get deleted permanently. Thus, before performing this operation on USB drive, people need to take complete backup of files. Otherwise, all files stores on the USB drive will get deleted.

Power Surge: At the time of moving information from USB drive to the system or vice versa, if any errors such as power outage occur by which computer goes down, then it will lead to data deletion from USB drive.

File System corruption: File system is method which is used by the operating system to track the information save in storage drive. If the file system of a USB drive gets damaged or corrupted due to virus infection or other cause, then it will make the entire data of USB drive inaccessible.

In order to recover data from USB drive which can be deleted in any ways as mentation above, people can utilize USB Recovery Tool Windows 7 easily. This tool is helpful for recovering deleted files from USB drives along with USB hard drives, pen drives and SD cards. With the help of this program, people can easily recover all types of data from USB drive including pictures, music, video, documents, excels, text files, etc. very easily. This program has been designed and developed with advanced scanning algorithms which performs deep scanning of complete USB drives and get back each bit of information from it efficiently.

With the help of this tool, people can also perform data recovery from damaged USB drive on Windows 7 system. It also allows users to add or delete the signature of a file which is not listed in it. It is enough capable to recover all types of file in a single scan. USB Recovery Tool Windows 7 has a “Save Recovery Session” feature by which people can resume their recovery process and avoid repeated scanning of USB drive.

Few Steps to Restore Files from USB Drive on Windows 7:

Step 1: Download and install this recovery tool on your system and connect the USB drive to it. Then, select "Recover Files" option from main screen.

USB Recovery Tool Windows 7- Main Screen

Fig 1: Main Screen

Step 2: Here, you have to choose appropriate USB drive from where you want to recover files using this software.

Recover USB on Windows 7- Select USB Drive Partition

Fig 2: Select USB Drive

Step 3: After completion of restoration operation, all recovered data will be displayed in a list as shown in below figure.

Windows 7 USB Recovery- List of Recovered Files

Fig 3: List of Recovered Files

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