Pen drives are considered as the most widely used portable storage device around the world and are available in the range starting from few MBs to 64 GB. Generally, these pen drives use flash storage support, which makes data storage and retrieval much faster and they are integrated with USB interface, so that they can be connected to any system via USB port.
Pen drives are smaller in size and so they are portable and sharing of data with any system is very convenient. One can store various types of files such as images, documents, videos, MP3 files, PowerPoint files, etc. in these pen drives and they can be accessed as many number of times according to users necessity. As these pen drives are used on various computers, they are easily prone to corruption. As a result of this, data saved in the corrupted pen drives becomes inaccessible to users.
Possible reasons that lead to corruption of pen drives:
Sudden shut down of system due to unexpected power outage, while transferring files from pen drive to your computer or vice versa can lead to corruption of the pen drive.
Virus and malwares could be the reasons behind corruption of pen drives. Usually, pen drive gets corrupted when it is severely infected by harmful viruses and malwares, due to which files stored in it will be blocked for users.
Improper usage of pen drive results in corruption to its file system. Abrupt removal or not following the correct procedure while removing it from the system can cause severe corruption to its file system. As a result of this, you may encounter format error message, when plugged in to your system the next time. One can use this easy to use tool to recover data from USB drive after performing quick format operation over it.
Apart from these factors, there are numerous reasons behind corruption of pen drives. No matter whatever may be the reason behind pen drive corruption, the outcome result will be severe data loss. So, in order to avoid these scenarios, it is suggested to maintain backup of all your important data on regular basis. Those users who have forgotten to save backup and came across any of these pen drive corruption scenarios, it is highly recommended to use corrupted pen drive recovery software i.e., USB Recovery Tool to recover data from corrupted pen drive within few easy clicks. It uses advanced scanning technology to scan and restore files from defective pen drive. This tool recovers almost all types of files and after recovering all files, it permits you to preview the recovered files in File Type View or Data View. Anyone of you can take the advantage of this tool to recover data from USB hard drive (both external and computer's internal hard drive).
Features of USB Recovery Tool:
Corrupted pen drive recovery software also known as USB Recovery Tool is considered as the most prominent data recovery tool, that can easily recover over more than 300 types of files in few simple steps. This data recovery software for corrupted pen drive works well on both Mac and Windows running computers. It supports data recovery from corrupted pen drive which is formatted with either FAT16, FAT32, NTFS, HFS or HFSX file system. Anyone of you can make use of this software to recover files from formatted SSD drive, flash drive, xD card, SD card, external hard drive, FireWire drive, and other portable storage devices. If you need any help to recover data from USB drive after formatting, follow this link https://www.usbrecoverytool.com/after-format.html
Few easy steps to recover data from corrupted pen drive.
Step 1: Download and install trial version of USB Recovery Tool on your computer, then connect your corrupted pen drive to it and launch its main window and select "Recover Photos" as shown in figure A.
Figure A: Main Window
Step 2: On the next window, you have to select the corrupted pen drive which represents your pen drive from the list of drives as shown in figure B.
Figure B: Select Corrupted Pen Drive
Step 3: After complete scanning process, a list of recovered pen drive files will be as shown in figure C.
Figure C: Recovered File List