USB Stick Recovery Mountain Lion

Posted by: Leo Mccoy

Perform Mountain Lion USB Stick Recovery

A USB stick is a very convenient means of data storage that allows you to store large volumes of data in a portable manner that you can carry around with you anywhere you go. The USB stick can be used to move or access data on almost all modern computers. The USB sticks being so portable and handy, they are prone to data loss too. Losing data from a USB drive is not uncommon these days as using USB stick on multiple platforms makes it liable to data loss. But the good thing is, you can recover USB stick mountain lion or any other operating systems with ease if you have a right data recovery tool.

Assuming data from USB stick from Mac Mountain Lion computer is lost or unintentionally deleted or deleted due to various reasons (formatting or other similar delete actions) we shall guide you to successfully perform USB stick recovery mountain lion with the help of Remo Recover.

USB stick recovery Mountain Lion:

Firstly, in order to perform USB stick recovery Mountain Lion, you need to resolve the issue properly. For instance, what is happening when you try to access the USB stick? Is the device itself not being detected? (OR) The USB device is being detected it shows as empty volume on your Mac. (OR) you yourself have performed a delete action like file deletion, formatting, etc.

If the USB device is not being detected by your Mac, try accessing it using another computer. If that problem persists, maybe your USB is damaged and file recovery from that device is very difficult. However, if the device is being detected by your computer, you can restore USB stick mountain lion data, no matter if it’s showing as empty volume.

General causes for data deletion on USB sticks:

  • There can be situations wherein you accidently delete USB files like photos, songs, videos or any other data from that device
  • There might be a need to format your USB stick to resolve any issues and / or to fix the device that is infected with virus
  • The data on your USB stick may get deleted while carrying improper file transfers
  • Any third party tools like anti-virus can erase your files if it finds any threat linked to that file

Retrieve USB stick mountain lion data using Remo Recover:

Remo Recover is a powerful data recovery tool with which you can perform all kinds of data recovery irrespective of the delete action. You can recover any accidentally deleted file or folder easily by using this tool. Even if you have formatted the USB drive, it’s not a matter of concern for Remo Recover, as this tool is so powerful and efficient that you can restore Mountain Lion USB stick data even after formatting the device.

To perform data recovery on any USB drive, first of all stop accessing that USB stick. The more you use that USB stick, the lesser are the chances for a successful data recovery. Install Remo Recover on a healthy Mac computer with which you’re performing data recovery. Connect the USB stick to the computer and follow the instructions.


Instructions to perform USB stick data recovery using Remo Recover:

Step 1: Download and install Remo Recover on your computer. Then connect your USB stick to your PC. Run the installed software and select appropriate option from main screen.

NRetrieve USB Stick Mountain Lion - Main Screen

Figure 1: Main Screen

Step 2: Then select USB device from where you have lost or deleted data and click on “Next” button to begin scanning process.

Restore Mountain Lion USB Stick Data - Select Volume

Figure 2: Select Volume

Step 3: Once scanning process is done you can view list of recovered contents in two different types of views which are “File Type View” and “Data View”.

Retrieve USB Stick Mountain Lion - Recovered Items

Figure 3: Recovered Items

Step 4: Make use of "Save Recovery Session" option for saving recovery process to avoid re-scanning of the drive in future.

Restore Mountain Lion USB Stick Data - Save Recovery Session

Figure 4: Save Recovery Session


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