In this page, learn the basic definition of USB 3.0 drives and find the detailed information regarding why Remo Recover is the best tool for helping you in recovering USB 3.0 hard drive data that is lost or deleted. In addition to that, learn some of the most widespread reasons for data loss on all external media storage devices as a whole.
USB 3.0 hard disk drives:
Universal Serial Bus or famously named as USB is a means for interfacing computers with other electronic gadgets such as external storage volumes and pen drives. USB 3.0 is the latest addition to the USB devices and ports. This is the third major edition of the USB standard connectivity which includes plentiful enhancements over the conventional ones. The improvements include Super Speed (SS) data transfer method which enables you to transfer data up to a rate of 625 MB per sec, which is about 10 X faster than the previous (USB 2.0) standard. It is also advanced in better power managing and data reliability. But the goal of USB 3.0 for interfacing all USB enabled devices with each other remains same as all the earlier version devices.
Any external hard disk drive that is designed to support USB 3.0 port and is capable of achieving all its specifications can be called an USB 3.0 hard disk drive. However, these devices work on the earlier versions of USB ports as well.
Using Remo Recover for performing USB 3.0 hard drive data restoration:
Remo Recover is one of the advanced hard drive recovery utility for accomplishing high speed USB 3.0 hard drive data recovery in the world. This software works effectively regardless of the scenarios responsible for data loss on these devices. Remo Recover is designed to not only achieve what other high end and compound data recovery applications are capable of, but it can attain many other objectives that no other file recovery software is able to. Remo Recover utility is able to effectively restore data from almost all of the cases responsible of data loss on external storage devices.
Some features of Remo Recover:
Most common scenarios of data loss or deletion on external storage drives:
Data loss can occur on an external media storage device due to various reasons. These scenarios can be broadly divided on the basis of two main data loss factors namely file erasure due to human mistakes and data loss due to technical reasons such as drive damage or corruption. Below detailed are few of the most common examples of both the situations:
Steps to perform USB 3.0 hard drive recovery using Remo Recover:
Step 1: Download and install Remo Recover Mac edition and launch the software. From the Main Window screen, select "Recover Volumes / Drives".
Figure 1:Main Window
Step 2: On the next screen, select any of the two options that are most suitable.
Figure 2: Select Recovery Option
Step 3: All volumes that are available on your Mac are displayed. Select the USB 3.0 hard drive and click on "Next".
Figure 3: Select USB 3.0 Hard Drive
Step 4: After successful completion of recovery process, an entire list of recovered data from the USB 3.0 drive is displayed.
Figure 4: List of Recovered Data
Step 5: Click "Save" option to complete the restoration process.
Figure 5: Save Files