USB Stick Recovery
Have you accidentally deleted files from your USB stick? If yes, then no need to worry as recover flash software will recover all the files and folders from USB stick. USB stick is a small portable device that plugs into your computer USB port and functions as a portable hard drive with up to 2 GB and more of storage capacity. USB stick is small enough to be carried in pocket. At certain instances you might accidentally delete files and folders from USB stick resulting in loss of data. To prevent data loss from USB stick you need to take a prior back up of all your data onto other device. Thus, it is suggested that never use the USB stick from which drive you have lost files to store new data before recovery, avoid re-formatting the USB stick repeatedly after losing data and to recover lost data in USB stick respond quickly. But most of the time it’s not possible to take backup of files then at such time will bring in use recover flash software, which will recover all deleted files from your USB stick. This software will recover data from dead flash drive on Windows and also in Mac Operating system.
Possible Reasons for data loss in USB Stick
- Accidental deletion of files from USB stick results in data loss.
- Power failure while transfer of files from USB stick to computer.
- Improper removal of USB stick from computer.
- Unintentionally formatting USB stick results in data loss.
Requirements: Microsoft Windows 10, Windows 8, Windows 7, Windows Vista, Windows XP, Windows 2003, Windows 2008
Requirements: Mac OS X 10.6 Snow Leopard (64-bit), Lion 10.7 (64-bit), Mountain Lion and Mavericks
Recover Flash software will recover files from USB external drives, Fire Wire drives, etc. This software has the powerful built in scan engine to locate and recover files from flash drive very quickly in just few seconds. This software facilitates you to choose among two types of searches such as standard and advanced, which enables you to scan and recover all the files deleted from USB stick. These recovered files can be previewed prior to data restoration using this software. This software will recover flash drive partitions from USB stick due to certain data loss scenarios such as unintentional deletion of files, re-partitioning, etc. This software will recover data from different manufacturing brands of USB stick such as San Disk, Kingston, Transcend, HP, Lexar, Imation, Corsair, A-Data, Lacier, Sony and many more. Additionally, it offers best features for data recovery from formatted memory cards of various brands such as SanDisk, Kingston and many others.
This software will facilitate you to preview recovered files from USB stick before data restoration. This software will support Windows Operating system having different versions such as Windows XP, Windows7, Windows Vista, Windows 2003, 2007 and 2008, also supports Mac OS having different versions such as Mac OS X 10.5 X and above which includes Leopard, Snow Leopard, and Lion. In order to perform flash drive restoration on Mac you need to use recover flash software. This software will recover deleted compressed files from NTFS formatted partitions.
Steps to recover USB Stick:
Step1:Download and Install Recover Flash software in your computer. Soon after launching recover flash software you will get main screen with three different options, among them select "Recover Files" option and then from next screen select "Recover Deleted Files" option.
Step2:Soon after selecting "Recover Deleted Files" option, select the drive from which files and folders needs to be recovered. This step will give rise to the scanning process.
Figure2:Select Drive To Recover Files
Step3:Once the scanning process is completed you can view all the recovered files using "Preview" option.
Figure3:Preview Recovered Files
Step4:Right after previewing recovered files and folders you can save the recovery session using "Save Recovery Session" option. If you are satisfied with the recover flash software then can purchase and activate the tool to load the previously scanned and saved files and folders.