How to Recover Bad Sectors on USB Hard Drive

Unable to access USB drive contents or the USB with needs to be formatted due to bad sectors and you don't have a data backup? Don’t fret! Use REMO Recover to create the disk image of your drive containing bad sectors to recover desired data with ease.

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How to Recover Bad Sector USB Drive

Symptoms that USB hard drive contains bad sectors

When a USB drive has bad sectors, then that section which has been marked as bad are corrupted or damaged. Let’s have a look at some common symptoms telling a USB probably contain bad sectors.

  • USB often reports errors to say files or folders are corrupted when you run a program or read some file.
  • PC cannot read USB drive and pops-up warning message “Sector not found”.
  • Automatically runs scandisk to scan USB drive for errors every time you connect it to your computer.

Automated & safe solution to recover bad sectors on USB drive

When USB flash drive is experiencing one or more bad sectors, then the files or other data stored on it will become unreadable or inaccessible. But, it doesn’t mean the entire USB drive contents are lost forever. In fact, the files and folders stored on the bad sectors are still recoverable. Therefore, when USB drive become inaccessible for bad sectors, you should stop using the USB device and apply Remo Recover tool. It creates disk images of your USB disk containing bad sectors and later, you can use those image files to recover corrupted files from USB flash drive for free.

Remo Recover is a safe and non-destructive software that does not modify the original data of the USB hard drive while recovering USB not showing up on Windows 10/8/7, etc. The tool is designed with a handy interface which can easily be understood by both technical and amateur users. It is easy to install and occupies less space on your computer.

  • Supported USB flash drive brands: Kingston Data Traveller, Lexar Jump Drive, Transcend JetFlash, Sony Micro Vault, Sandisk Cruzer Blade and more.
  • Supported file systems: FAT32, FAT16, NTFS5, NTFS, HFSX, HFS+, HFS and ExFAT.


How to recover bad sectors on USB hard drive with Remo Recover software

Click Download to get the free trial version of Remo Recover tool. Then, plug USB flash drive containing bad sectors to your Windows PC and install the software on that system. Here is the detailed guide:

Step 1: Launch Remo Recover and click “Recover Drives” button to perform USB drive bad sector recovery.

Click on Recover Drives button to recover bad sector from USB drive

Step 2: Select “Partition Recovery” to recover data from USB flash drive that has an excess number of bad sectors.

Choose Partition Recovery option to perform USB drive bad sector recovery

Step 3: Choose the USB drive having bad sectors from the list of physical devices and click arrow key to move to the next step.

Select USB flash drive to start USB bad sector recovery

Step 4: The software thoroughly scans sector-by-sector of USB to create a disk image file of the bad sector area to recover lost data. All recovered data will be displayed by means of “File Type View” or “Data View.

Click to Preview the recovered data list

Step 5: Select the files which you want to recover from USB flash drive containing bad sectors and click on “Save” icon to save them to any host accessible location.

Click on Save to store the recovered data


Remo Partition Recovery tool comes handy to recovery files from:

  • USB drive file system corruption
  • Formatted and deleted USB flash drive
  • Unbootable and not recognized USB drive
  • Damaged, crashed and inaccessible USB drives of all popular brands

Remo Recover software even retrieve files from pen drives, hard drives, FireWire devices, SD memory cards and other storage devices. The application offers many unique options such as:

  • Find: It enables you to find a specific file which you want to restore from the list of recovered files.
  • Save Recovery Session: You can pause and resume the recovery session of USB drive at any scheduled time.
  • Data Preview: Allows you to view the retrieved files by means of File Type View or Data View option before saving the files.


 

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