How to Recover Data after USB Drive Insert Disk Error

Updated on November 04, 2020

Your flash drive saying, "Please insert a disk into removable disk" and you are unable to access your important data? Here’s how to recover data after USB drive insert disk error with the help of the free edition of Remo Recover software.

Retrieve Data after USB Drive Insert Disk Error

"Please insert a disk into removable disk" error always occurs with an unreadable, and inaccessible USB drive. If you are troubled by this error message when connected your USB drive to the system, then you are not allowed to access the files saved in the drive. It's really annoying when you need the USB drive at the most. Isn't it? If so, how to fix the issue and recover data after USB drive insert disk error? Don't worry! Here's a solution to fix the error and recover your data from the USB drive. To know how to, continue reading..!

Method to resolve please insert a disk into removable disk without losing data:

In order to fix the problem, you need to change the drive letter of the USB drive by following the below explained procedure:

Open Disk Management by right clicking on My Computer-> select Manage-> Select Storage or just enter Windows key + X and choose Disk Management there. Right click on the removable disk partition ->select Change Drive Letter and Paths option. At time a message will appear asking you for changing the drive letter of a partition might cause programs no longer to run, are you sure you want to change this drive letter. Click on Yes button.

Now go back to the USB flash drive with a new drive letter. Try to open the disk and you may no longer see the please insert a disk into removable disk error message. However, most of the time, all your files within the USB drive disappeared. Do not worry! It is still possible to undelete files from USB drive by using Remo Recover software.

Remo Recover to Retrieve Files from USB Drive after Insert Disk Error:

Remo Partition Recovery is the finest utility that is designed to restore all types of files including photos, documents, videos, movies, etc. from USB drive that is throwing disk errors. The software comes with advanced techniques and powerful algorithms that deeply scan the drive and recover files from damaged, corrupted, formatted, faulty and inaccessible USB drives. It is capable of recovering 300+ formats of files from USB drives like external hard drives, jump drives, thumb drives, flash drives, etc. without any difficulty.

Can perform NTFS, FAT and ExFAT partition recovery from various leading brands of USB drives such as SanDisk, Sony, Transcend, Kingston, Lexar, Seagate, HP, Patriot and many more. The tool also recover lost or deleted files from hard drive, FireWire device, memory card, iPods and other storage devices. Additionally, can also restore deleted files from Disk Cleanup utility.

How to recover data after USB drive insert disk error Using Remo Recover?

Click Download button and install demo version of Remo Recover partition recovery software for Windows/Mac OS X. Follow the detailed guide to restore data from USB drive that is throwing error please insert a disk into removable disk.

Step 1: Connect the USB drive to the system and launch Remo Recover and click on “Recover Partitions” option to retrieve data after USB drive insert disk error. Next choose the USB drive from the list of drives, and hit Scan button to scan the USB drive thoroughly

Click on Recover Partitions to recover data after USB drive insert disk error

Step 2: Upon the completion of scanning the USB drive, the software lists the list of all partitions available in the USB drive. Choose the required partition and click Scan button to scan the USB drive partition to locate the files

Select USB Drive Partition

Step 3: Once scanning the USB partition is completed, all the recoverable files will be displayed on the screen. You can view these files in two views Data View or File Type View

Recovered Data View

Step 4: Now, preview the recoverable files one by one using Preview option to ensure that all the files from the USB drive are recovered

Preview recovered files list

Step 5: After previewing all the files, if you are happy with the recovery results, purchase the complete version and select out those files which you want to recover from USB flash drive and click on “Save” button to save the files.

Save recovered files back


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