How to Recover Deleted Partition on Flash Drive


USB flash drive partition recovery software - Remo Recover enables you to efficiently recover deleted or lost partitions under Windows 10/8/7/XP and Vista in few easy steps. Download the free demo version now!

USB flash drives are the most popular and widely used removable devices to hold valuable data. But, even after taking every precaution, it is quite possible sometimes that a flash drive partitions might get deleted accidentally. Apart from accidental deletion, there are many other stuffs which leads to deletion of partition on flash drive. Here the following are some major reasons why partition loss issues happen to flash drive:

  • Format error: Sometimes, as soon as the USB flash drive is connected to system, an error message pops up stating “The Drive F: is not formatted, do you want to format it now”. This forces user to format USB drive before usage and hence you may lose partitions present on flash drive.
  • Improper ejection: Flash drive partition might get deleted if the removable device is ejected directly without using "Safely Remove Hardware" option.
  • Virus or malware attack: If USB flash drive is infected by harmful viruses or malware attack, then the entire partition on drive would become inaccessible or hidden.

Effective way to recover deleted partition from flash drive

If you mistakenly delete partition from your flash drive or your computer gets shutdown abruptly that costs permanent loss of your important files and folders in the flash drive partition, don’t worry, just opt Remo Recover tool. The USB flash drive partition recovery software from Remo will undelete flash drive partitions, retrieve data from formatted flash drive or inaccessible flash drive with simple steps.

Remo Recover demo edition available as free partition recovery tool is highly recommended to recover deleted or lost USB flash drive partition under Windows. It is fully compatible with all Windows versions such as Windows 10/8/7 etc.

Note: Please do not use the flash drive before partition restored to computer successfully, or some of the deleted or lost partition would become corrupted or damaged.

Recover deleted or lost flash drive partition with Remo Recover software

This quick step guide explains you how to recover data from deleted or lost flash drive partition. The following is step-by-step instructions to restore deleted USB flash drive partition after installing Remo Recover software to your Windows computer.

Step 1: Launch Remo Recover and click on “Recover Drives” button to recover deleted partition from flash drive.

Select Recover Drives option

Step 2: Select “Partition Recovery” option to start the process of deleted flash drive partition recovery.

click on Partition Recovery

Step 3: Now choose the USB flash drive connected to your PC to recover deleted partition from USB drive and click “Next” to move to the next step.

Select USB flash drive

Step 4: Software starts scanning the USB flash drive, after completion you can view the list of recovered data from flash drive partition by means of File Type View and Data View.

Preview list of recovered data

Step 5: Select out the data files which you want to restore from flash drive and save them to any memory location on your host computer by clicking “Save” button.

Save recovered data

Other benefits of Remo Recover partition recovery tool

The software supports USB flash drive recovery on various brands like Lexar, Kingston, SanDisk, Transcend, Samsung, HP, etc. Beside USB flash drive partition recovery, Remo Recover utility can also recover deleted or lost partitions from internal / external hard disk drive, FireWire device, pen drive and so on. With this application, you can perform partition recovery on various file systems including FAT16, FAT32, NTFS, NTFS5 and ExFAT.

Useful tips to avoid partition loss on USB flash drive:

  • Do not connect your flash drive to virus infected desktop / laptop
  • Always disconnect your USB flash drive from computer using Safe Remove hardware or Eject option
  • Maintain good backup before formatting your USB flash drive
  • Use updated antivirus application to scan and remove viruses from your flash drive