Flash Drive Data Recovery Software

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Flash drives are a boon to technology as they provide quick access to important data. These drives are of small size and thus are portable to use. The type of memory used in flash drives is flash memory, i.e. non-volatile memory. It is a type of read only memory that can be electrically erased and reprogrammed. Flash drives are available in different types with different storage capacity in the market.

The USB drive is the most common example of flash drives. You must be having USB drive, which you can use to store documents, presentations, videos and lot more. Think of the situation if you lose some of your important data from the USB drive or from any other flash drive like an SD card. It could be very painful to you but you need not worry. You can use data recovery tools to restore deleted files from SD card.

Most probably, data on the flash drive is lost due to accidental format of the flash drive. Sometimes when you connect the flash drive to your PC or laptop, you might notice a popup stating to format the flash drive. If you unknowingly press Ok option than complete data from a flash drive is gone. Secondly, if you are using some third party tools like antivirus software on your computer that may even delete some files on a flash drive. Data on flash drive may lose because of abruptly pulling the flash drive during file transfer.This recovery tool can also be used to recover lost data from a portable hard drive. Check Here for more info regarding recovery from external hard drives

Whatsoever be the scenario of data loss in flash drive you can use Recover Flash Drive software to successfully recover data from flash drive. It will recover files from memory card, USB drive and any other flash drives with ease. This software scans the entire flash drive to restore photos, videos, audios, etc. in just few minutes. It will allow you to search different file types and to arrange the recovered files on basis of their file types. This software has the ability to restore files from hard drive lost due to FAT table corruption in just a few steps. You can refer more regarding hard disk recover after FAT Table corruption in the link http://www.recover-data.org/retrieve-files-from-toshiba-hdd-after-fat-table-corruption.html.

Go ahead and download the free trial version of the software. It will productively work on Windows 7, XP, Vista, Server 2003, and Server 2008. It is the best solution to handle difficult data loss problems, for example, how to restore files from formatted hard drive . Discover More info on recovery from formatted drive in the given link. Install the software, connect the flash drive to the host computer, and perform a few steps to restore data back on the flash drive

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Step 1: Double click on desktop shortcut for opening main window of the software. Now click on "Recover Files" as shown in Figure 1

Recover Data from Flash Drive - Main Window

Figure 1: Main Window

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Step 2: The software will search for available drives on your computer. From the list of available drives select flash drive and click "Next" as shown in Figure 2

Recover Data from Flash Drive - Select Flash Drive

Figure 2: Select Flash Drive

Step 3: Choose from the different file types that you want to recover as shown in Figure 3

Recover Data from Flash Drive - Choose File Type

Figure 3: Choose File Type

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Step 4: It will bring you a list of recovered files and folders. Click on any one to preview it as shown in Figure 4

Recover Data from Flash Drive - Preview Files

Figure 4: Preview Files