Data loss from thumb drive storage

Thumb drive is a special type of portable storage device convenient for transferring data between several computers. It offers large capacity, portability and is very handy. However, it provides great usefulness to work, like any other digital storage space; you may lose residing information due to multiple reasons.

The majority of thumb drive users lose their valuable information from thumb drive after corruption of it. The major drawback of this USB drive is that it is very prone to corruption in different circumstances. Thumb drives are easily corrupted due to careless use by the user. You may remove the USB drive from the system at the time of file transfer or when some data are being used. It may also be damaged due to a frequent power surge. In such cases, entire information will be lost from your drive easily. Then, if you want to retrieve data from that corrupted drive completely, employ this USB restoration tool immediately.

Reasons that cause loss or deletion of thumb drive files

  • The USB drive files generally get deleted due to accidental deletion by users
  • Users mistakenly format the thumb drive and entire data is erased after format
  • Virus and virus threats on the drive
  • Errors or interruption occurred during file transfer between a thumb drive and the system
  • Employing inappropriate measures to eject the USB flash drive

The solution to undelete thumb drive data

To overcome such troubles of data loss, you need a professional USB thumb drive recovery tool that recovers deleted files from the USB drive. Well, the USB Recovery Tool proves to be the perfect solution to revive thumb drive files effortlessly. It is known as one of the best thumb drive recovery software due to its rate of success in different data deletion or loss instances.

USB Recovery Tool is very proficient to recover whole data deleted or lost from thumb drive in some simple steps. It can restore all types of data including image, document, video, archive, PPT, application, etc. You can employ this application to retrieve data from memory cards, memory sticks, or any other external USB drive also. Thumb drive file recovery is easily possible using this utility as it supports FAT, NTFS, exFAT, HFS, and HFS+ formatted drives for recovery. You can employ this recovery program for recovering data from the unrecognized pen drive of various brands like Kingston, SanDisk, HP, Transcend, Samsung, etc. You can carry out this recovery process on all major versions of Windows and Mac computers.

How to Use USB Thumb Drive Recovery Tool:

Step 1: Download, and install the free version of USB Recovery Tool on your system, plug USB drive to the computer, and launch the software. Then, from the Home Screen, choose Recover Partitions option, and then choose the drive representing the USB Thumb drive from the list of available drives, and hit Scan button to initiate scanning process, as shown the figure 1.

USB Recovery Tool - Home Wizard

Figure 1: Home Wizard

Step 2: Now the tool starts scanning the USB drive to find its lost, and deleted data, as shown below in figure 2.

USB Recovery Tool - Select USB Drive

Figure 2: Select USB Drive

Step 3: Upon the completion of the scanning and recovery process, it displays the list of recovered files. You can view the recovered data in two views- Data View and File Type View as shown in figure 3.

USB Recovery Tool - List of Recovered Files

Figure 3: List of Recovered Files

Step 4: Before saving the recovered files, you can preview each of the files by right-clicking on the respective file and choosing Preview option to ensure safe recovery of the files as shown in figure 4.

USB Recovery Tool - List of Recovered Files

Figure 4: Preview Recovered Files

Step 5: If you are satisfied with the recovery results of the software then activate the license key and save the recovered files at the location of your choice as shown in figure 5.

USB Recovery Tool - List of Recovered Files

Figure 5: Save Recovered Files

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