Software to Rescue USB Drive Files on Windows 8

Do you want to rescue USB drive data but not getting any compatible utility to accomplish this task especially on Windows 8 computer? Do not worry; here are the best USB Recovery Tool for Windows 8 system users. Make use of this software and see how easy it is to get back USB drive files within few span of time.

USB drive is very useful portable data storage device, which makes it easy to move files from one storage device to other. Mostly computer user stores movies, music, images, resume and other essential documents and information that they need anywhere any time. However, during regular use of USB drive, we should handle it properly because there are many reasons, which may cause file loss or file deletion from USB drive. Here are some most happening scenarios responsible for arising need of recovery software to get back USB drive files:

Shift-Delete Operation: Whenever you execute Shift-Delete command to delete a file, it leads to deleted file bypass the Recycle Bin folder. Similarly, you may also end with deleting all files by following first Ctrl+A then Delete combination.

Accidental Formatting: While accessing USB drive files on computer, you may select Format option mistakenly hence lose entire data from USB drive. After formatting, the only option to get back lost dat is to make use of a recovery tool.

Damaged File System: Generally, it uses FAT file system for file management in USB drive. If FAT file system is damaged or corrupted, it makes all files inaccessible and you need to format the drive. However, you can make these files inaccessible without formatting by using this ultimate tool.

Abrupt Removal of USB drive: Improper ejection of USB drive from computer can also leads to data loss. Suppose you are accessing files directly from USB drive and at that instance if you remove the drive from system, it may result in damaging particular file, which is in use.

Improper System Shutdown: Files, which are being processed, get delete or corrupted just after sudden system shut down due to power surge, hardware failure, OS malfunctioning and other logical issues.

Virus Infection: Virus program can transfer in to USB drive files, while using it with different unsecure systems or due to presence of virus infected file in the drive. Once, USB drive get corrupt, you cannot explore any file.

Third Party Software Use: While scanning USB drive data with any third party tool like anti-virus program, it may result in deletion of some severely corrupted files from USB drive. However, you can easily retrieve deleted USB drive files using the software.

USB Recovery Tool comes with advance techniques to rescue missing or deleted USB drive files after severe corruption. It provides you a smart solution to revive damaged or inaccessible files from all popular brands USB drives such as Kingston, SanDisk, Sony, HP, Transcend etc. It very easy to operate even amateur user can also use it effortlessly on Windows 8 and its previous versions. Mac users can also restore USB data with this software. For more details log on to

Note: With the help of this award winning software, its possible to get back deleted videos from Pen Drive supported by FAT16, FAT32, NTFS, NTFS5, ExFAT, HFS+ and HFSX file system.

This is how the software works on Windows 8 computer:

Step 1: Download USB Recovery Tool and install it on your Windows 8 computer and then launch it to get main window  as shown in figure A. On main screen, select "Recover Drives" option.

USB Recovery Tool for Windows 8 - Home Screen

Figure A: Home Screen

Step 2: On next window, select the USB drive partition from the list of drives as shown in figure B and click to "Next" tab to start recovery process.

USB Recovery Tool for Windows 8 - Select USB Drive

Figure B: Select USB Drive

Step 3: The moment, scanning process gets over, software will display the list of recovered data along with the description is as shown in figure C.

USB Recovery Tool for Windows 8 - Recovered Files List

Figure C: Recovered Files List

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