USB drives are very commonly used storage device as they are protable in nature. Due to this a person can easily carry his / her data from one place to another. Any device having a USB port can be used to connect the USB drive & transfer data to and from it. But this facility provided by the USB devices also ends up in their damage. The regular use of USB drives in different computer systems & frequently saving / deleting the data, might result in the corruption of the drive. This eventually leads to the inaccessibility of the data that is saved on it. The frequent use of the USB drive might also lead to its formatting.

But don’t worry if you have formatted the USB drive & lost all your favorite pictures, videos, audios and all other files, as here is the best tool to recover formatted USB data. The reason why the software is able to recover formatted USB data is that even after formatting or deleting a file completely, the files can be recovered. The memory space of the formatted data is just an illusion that makes the user to think that the file is gone forever. But it is still there and only an efficient recovery tool can recover formatted USB data.

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The tool is capable in following situations –


Recover USB Drive after Quick Format

The Quick Format option is readily available for all the users & is one of the main reasons for losing important data due to accidental formatting. Suppose you want to eject the pen drive from your system & by mistake or a little distraction, you might accidentally select the Format option & lose all the saved data. To recover formatted USB data, this tool will prove to be very useful. It has a powerful scanning engine that makes it the best option available for USB drive data recovery.

Recover Files from Virus Infected Flash Drive

Every user download & upload files from the internet. But in this process, there are chances that you end up getting infected by a serious virus infection. Once your computer system is infected by the virus, any device that is connected to it for transferring data, might also get corrupted. Suppose you connected your USB drive to this infected system to save some files. When you try to access the files, you found that the access is denied. Then the only option left with you will be to format it.

How to Recover Data from Corrupted USB Flash Drive?

A USB drive, when tried to open in a computer system gives error messages like “The drive is not formatted. Do you want to format it now?” or “The drive <drive letter> is not accessible.” The only option left is to format the drive but that will lead to the loss of all the files saved on the USB drive. Don’t panic, to recover formatted USB drive data, this tool will definitely help you. The reasons for USB drive corruption can be a malware infection, file system corruption, abrupt ejection of the USB drive from the computer system or any other unknown reason.

Formatted SanDisk Recovery

Different users make use of different brands of USB drives. There are many popular brands like Sony, SanDisk, Transcend, Kingston, HP, etc. An efficient recovery tool should be able to recover data from any of these brands. Formatted USB data recovery tool is one such tool. SanDisk is one of the most commonly used USB flash drives. It has many features that make it superior than other USB drive brands. To recover data from formatted SanDisk USB drive, you just have to connect the drive to a Windows or Mac OS & download the required version of this tool. It supports all the latest versions of both Windows & Macintosh operating systems.

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Tips for efficient recovery –

  • As soon as you find that the USB drive is formatted, keep it aside. This will ensure that the files remain in the recoverable state, avoiding the overwriting.
  • Never install the recovery tool on the same drive from which the files are lost.
  • The recovered files should be saved on the drive other than the formatted USB drive.

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