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USB Flash Drive Recovery Windows 7

USB flash drives are the most common storage media used in today’s generation. These storage devices are cheap and have a large storage capacity which makes it easy to transfer the information you want to share it with others. These storage devices are compatible with the various Operating Systems being used nowadays including Windows 7 version. The USB flash drives can store any number of file types. Data is stored and removed randomly from the storage media hence there are lot of chances that the information present in it will get misplaced or deleted due to human errors or various other scenarios as mentioned below. Don’t worry as the USB drive recovery tool specially compatible with Windows 7 operating system to recover all the lost or deleted information from the USB device.

Scenarios that cause data loss are:

Virus Infection: Infection from various viruses which get into the storage device through various internet sources or other infected external hard disks will delete the entire data present in it hence loss of important information occur. Virus infection may sometime may make your flash drive unreadable. In such case, you need Flash Drive Recovery Tool to recover unreadable USB drive data.

Improper Removal: Improper removal of the USB flash drive when the information is being transferred from one system to other system will cause loss of data from the drive and may even lead to corruption of the flash drive.

Power Surge: Sudden power cuts while the information present in the flash drive is being used on the system will cause deletion of the data and sometimes the system doesn’t provide access to those files.

System Crash: Sudden system crash while the USB flash drive is connected to the system or while the data transfer process is going on will cause loss of information present in the flash drive. System crash occurs as a result of drive failure, over-usage of the drive and due to many other reasons.

Corrupt Drive: When the drive is corrupted due to over usage, as a particular flash drive has certain number of read and write cycles after which it’s certain to get corrupted leading to the loss of important information present in the drive.

USB drive recovery tool is built with advanced features to recover the lost or deleted information present in the USB flash drive with easy to use graphical user interface, making it simple for any user to recover data effectively without much effort. The files deleted from the USB drive are recovered effectively within minutes without missing even a single file that has been stored in the flash drive. Data recovered from the flash drive can listed on the basis of file size, name, and date of creation. It also recover data from corrupted USB drive( doesn’t allow us access to the information present and helps us to find the files recovered using the “Find” option and also the file extensions used in the saving process of the particular file. Data recovered can be previewed prior to saving the file to destination folder accessible to host operating system. It’s easy to recover lost files from USB drive effectively and saving them in the zip archives to save the disk space of the storage device. Get More details by visiting this page

Steps to recover data:

Step 1: Download and install the software in the operating system to perform USB flash drive recovery windows 7. Select “Recover Files” from the main screen.

Fig 1: Main Page

Step 2: In this step you get two options such as “Recover Lost Files” “Recover Deleted Files” option, select the option according to which ever scenario has caused the loss of data from the USB drive.

USB Flash Drive Recovery Windows 7 - Select Mode of Recovery

Fig 2: Select Deleted or Lost Mode

Step 3: The recovered files can be previewed prior to saving them to the particular destination or to the external drive available.

USB Flash Drive Recovery Windows 7 - Preview Recovered Files

Fig 3: Retrieved Data List

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