Recover Flash Drive Data

Are you unable to access any data stored on your flash drive? If Yes,then Mac hard drive data recovery will help you recover flash hard drive data quickly. A flash drive is a small storage device that can be used to transfer files from one computer to another. They are slightly larger than stick of gum, but they can store data upto 8 GB and even more than that. Because of its small size, you can carry it in pocket and can plug into any computer with USB drive. But at times you may lose all your flash drive data due to various reasons. This software helps you recover files and folders from flash drive. The experience of losing data from USB drives is horrible and nobody can afford to lose their important data due to corruption or any other reason. But with the help of Mac hard drive data recovery utility you can overcome corruption or any other problem which leads to an inaccessible flash drive data. This software can be used to restore data from external hard disk on Mac OS X, 10.5 x and other versions.

Common Data Loss Scenarios

Various file loss Scenarios: Files stored on flash drive becomes inaccessible due to corruption.Installing and using any third party utility can increase the probabilities of data loss. Let us go through some more reasons for the loss of USB drive files

  • Formatting drive: Accidentally formatting flash drive will result in loss of important files from it
  • Loss of files while transferring from USB flash drive to other device. Visit here to recover lost files on Mac OS.
  • USB drive suffers virus or malware attack and files get hidden.
  • Unexpected shutdown of PC resulting in data loss

Mac Hard Drive Data Recovery software can scan a flash drive to recover lost files and folders.This software is able to restore files from USB hard drive and other different storage devices.This software will restore the data lost due to some input and output errors encountered resulting in malfunctioning of other software.Deleted folders could be retrieved after formatting /re-formatting volumes. This tool helps you to carry out complete crashed hard drive recovery after any sort of logical failure. Using the recovery software one can also recover missing files from Mac OS and that too without any difficulty.

This software allows you to create disk image of the USB flash drive, if the drive is having "bad sectors". Recovers lost data from the drive of a computer system that fails to mount. This software can recover files such as word files, official report, important documents, and even favorite collection of songs, movies etc saved in flash drive This software supports bad hard drive data recovery from multi-disk drives i.e. IDE, SCSI, and SATA etc. This software has extremelt fast built-in "Find Tool" to find files in recovered data list. This recovery tool also supports the recovery of files from portable hard drive ( which has become inaccessible and does'nt respond to any number of tries done by the user to open it.

Steps to recover files from flash drive:

Step1: Download and install Mac hard drive data recovery in your computer. Soon after launching your software, select the option "Recover Partitions / Drives" from the main screen. After this select "Partition Recovery" option from the next screen

Recover Flash Drive Data - Recover Partition/ Drives

Figure 1: Recover Partition/ Drives

Step2: Soon after the selection of the "Partition Recovery" option, select the drive from which the files are to be recovered. This step will give rise to scanning process.

Recover Flash Drive Data - Select Drive To Recover Files

Figure 2: Select Drive To Recover Files

Step 3: After scanning process is completed you can view all the recovered files using "Preview" option. After previewing you can save the recovery session using "Save Recovery Session" option.

Recover Flash Drive Data - Preview Recovered Files

Figure 3:Preview Recovered Files

Step 4: If you find this tool as useful then you can purchase it. Later you can activate this software to load the previously scanned and saved information.

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