How to Recover Data after USB Drive Insert Disk Error


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.


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Retrieve Data after USB Drive Insert Disk Error

A brief introduction to USB drive insert disk error

One annoying, but common error in Windows or Mac is when it cannot detect certain removable disk such as USB flash drive, pen drive or memory card when connected to your computer. For instance, you want to open or save anything from USB drive, and in order to do this, you connect your USB disk to Windows 10/8/7 PC. Suddenly, you get slammed with the following error:

"Please insert a disk into removable disk F: (or any other drive letter)".

Well, this kind of error prevents users from utilizing the USB drive and accessing the files inside it. At this time, many people try to format or partition the USB drive but both options do not work at all. Further, when you check its properties the USB drive shows 0 byte. In such situations, users get panicked that they will lose all the USB drive data. But, the good news is, you can easily retrieve data by following the below explained manual method or with the professional USB drive partition recovery tool.

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 is an ultimate solution to retrieve data after USB drive insert disk error

Remo Recover Pro Edition 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.

Additionally, it performs 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.

How to recover data after USB drive insert disk error using Remo Recover tool

Click Download button and install 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 in which you have installed the software. Launch Remo Recover and click on “Recover Partitions” option from the main window. Then, the software shows all the physical and logical disk drives available in the system. Choose the USB disk and click "Scan" button

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

Step 2: Remo Recover will now scans the USb drive to find all its partitions. Once scanning is complete, it shows the list of found partitions in the USB drive. Now, choose the USB partition which you want to recover and click "Scan" button to initiate the recovery process

Select Appropriate USB Partition

Step 3: After the completion of scanning and recovery process, it shows the list of recovered files in "Data View", and "File Type View"

Recovered Data View

Step 4: At the end of the recovery process, you can preview the recovered files by right clicking on the file and selecting Preview from the displayed options.

Preview recovered files list

Step 5: At last, if you are satisfied with the recovery results of the software, then purchase the complete version of the tool and save the recovered files, as the demo edition doesn't allow to save the files

Save recovered files back



 

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