A Partition on a USB drive can be lost due to various circumstances like formatting, accidental deletion, virus infection, file system corruption, or the logical damage. But, fortunately, it doesn't mean that the data in the USb drive is not lost permanently. The data on the USB drive can still be recovered easily unless you haven't saved any new files on the USb drive after all the above said data loss scenarios. Remo Recover is a professional USB partition recovery tool that can restore files from the formatted, corrupted, deleted, and inaccessible USB partitions.
USB partition recovery tool like Remo Recover is an effective partition recovery wizard that has garnered favorable reviews in many circles. Have you unknowingly removed volumes from your USB? or your computer turned off suddenly that costs the permanent loss of your significant files and folders in the USB drive partitions. Don't fret! This partition recovery program is a perfect solution to restore lost or deleted files from USB drives.
IMPORTANT NOTE: Once you come across any of these data loss scenarios on your USB drive, then immediately stop it's further usage to avoid overwriting of the files. If the files that were lost from the USB drive after partition deletion, formatting, and corruption, are overwritten with new files, then those lost files recovery becomes highly difficult task.
Step 1: Connect the USB drive to your computer, launch Remo Recover software and click on Recover Volumes/Drives button to start the USB drive partition recovery process.
Figure 1: Main Window
Step 2: In the next screen, select Volume Recovery option.
Figure 2: Select Volume Recovery
Step 3: The program quickly scans and display a list of storage drives. Select the USB drive from which you need to recover partitions.
Figure 3: Select USB Hard Drive
Step 4: After a deep scan, recovered data from a portable USB hard drive will be displayed in two views. Verify your recovered files.
Figure 4: Recovered Data from USB Hard Drive
Step 5: Finally, Save Recovery Session or activate the software and Save restored data on your computer hard drive.
Figure 5: Save Recovery Session
Corrupted USB Drive Partitions: Switching off your computer in an abnormal way, accidentally closing the program which is still processing, power surge and so on when using USB drive may contribute to the corrupt file system that results in loss of volume from USB.
Formatting or Re-formatting USB Drives: You may unintentionally format healthy USB drive partition instead of infected volume, conversion of the USB drive file system in an improper way without any data backup leads to partition loss from the USB flash drive.
Deleted or Logically Damaged USB Drive Partitions: When you eject the USB drive from a system without clicking safely remove hardware option, volumes present on flash drive might get damaged. Partitions may also get deleted because of Malware or spyware programs.
Apart from the above volume loss issues, there are plenty of circumstances like partition header gets corrupted, changing file system very often, improper procedure while creating the new partition, etc.