External storage devices are secondary storage devices used to store a large amount of data at a comparatively lesser cost. These advantages make them extremely useful to store and transfer data. Among the many types of storage devices, external hard drives and USB flash drives are some of the most commonly used ones. But, like all electronic devices, USB flash drives experience corruption issues at some or the other point in their lives.
Usually, when flash drives get corrupted, data available on it cannot be accessed. In order to resolve corruption issues, users format the drive which can lead to data being completely erased. If the data on the USB flash is not backed up, then chances are that all your data will be lost. But worry not, because you have Remo Recover to your rescue.
It is a best in class data recovery tool that is recommended by industry experts worldwide. It functions in a unique read-only mechanism that won’t modify data during recovery. Its specialized scanning algorithms are designed to recover data along with original structure and folder hierarchy. So you don’t have to worry about the software causing harm to your original data.
Remo Recover can be used in a variety of situations like after formatting, after partitioning, or even from inaccessible and RAW drives. All brands of flash drives like Samsung, SanDisk, Cruzer, Kingston, Patriot etc are supported by the software. Click on the link for data recovery from iXpand flash drive not showing up on Windows.
If you are recovering data from a formatted drive, you will most likely have a large number of files in the recovered list. In order to make it easier for you to find required files, you can use the useful ‘Sort’ and ‘Find’ options that the software provides.
Step 1: Download and install demo version of the software on your system. Launch the software to get home screen, and select ‘Recover Partitions’ option
Figure 1: Home Screen
Step 2: In the same screen, select the drive which represents the formatted flash drive and click Scan. The software scans the USB flash drive and displays the progress in the Scanning progress window.
Figure 2: Scanning progress
Step 3: Now all files found in the formatted drive will be listed. You can use the File Type View option to sort files based on file types and Data View to have files organized by original structure
Figure 3: File Type View
Step 4: Then select the files that you want and save them to any desired location
Figure 4: Save Recovered Files