Undelete Files from USB Thumb Drive
USB Thumb Drive File Recovery Software
USB thumb drive is also called as pen drive, key drive or simply USB drive. It is a small and versatile flash memory drive that is used to store huge amount of data such as pictures, songs, video clips, and several other documents. USB thumb drive is one of the most appropriate portable drives that are used to transfer data with users wherever they go. Due to its huge capacity size the data stored in the USB thumb drive might get deleted or lost due to diverse reasons. And you may wonder about how to undelete files from Thumb drive.
Nothing to get stress!!! You may easily undelete files from USB thumb drive with the help of Undelete Drive recovery software. This drive recovery tool is built with an advanced scanning algorithm scans each and every block drive and undelete files from USB thumb drive. Prior to know about in depth of this Undelete drive recovery software, lets us see some of the common causes for loss of files from USB thumb drive.
- Accidental Deletion: Sometimes users may accidentally delete their valuable files from USB thumb drive while erasing unwanted data, due to which the files might get completely removed from the USB thumb drive.
- Virus or Malware Infection: In case, if your USB thumb drive is contaminated by virus or harmful malware threat then the entire files and folders present on the drive might become inaccessible and sometimes drive may get corrupted.
- Unintentional Formatting: Sometimes users might unintentionally format their USB thumb drive instead of formatting other drive. User may commit such mistakes when they are in hurry. Because of this simple mistake the entire files present on the drive might get erased. To know more details about recovering formatted drive, click here: http://www.undeletedrive.com/formatted.html
- Abrupt System Shutdown: Turning off the system abruptly while exchanging files from USB drive to system or vice versa then the USB thumb drive might get damaged or the data present in it might get lost. However, you can use this simple user interface to quite easily retrieve files after resizing hard drive partition including FAT16, FAT32, NTFS, NTFS5 and ExFAT with great ease. To know more information, click here http://www.undeletedrive.com/resizing-hard-drive-partition.html.
There are several other unpredictable reasons due to which the files present on the USB thumb drive might get lost. In case, if you have taken backup of the files present on the USB thumb drive, then it will be easily to undelete files from USB thumb drive. If you don’t have backup of the lost files, then you must opt for Undelete Data recovery software, as I said above. This application can also be used to recover data from corrupted pen drive. To know more details, click here: http://www.undeletedrive.com/hard-drive-partition.html.
Undelete Drive recovery is the best recovery software that helps you to undelete files from USB thumb drive on both Windows and Mac operating systems. You may even able to recover file from other portable storage devices such as Transcend, HP, SanDisk, Sony, Kingston, Lexar, and so forth. This recovery software can also be used to recover data from Buffalo Ministation HDD with ease. This application has the ability to undelete files from USB thumb drive such as files, PDF documents, presentation files, audio/video documents, pictures files and lots more. if ytou are using Windows Server 2008 machine and wanted to recover files that are lost or deleted from it, then visit this page link: http://www.undeletedrive.com/files-in-windows-server-2008.html
Simple steps to Undelete Files from USB Tumb Drive :
Step 1: Install this application and connect USB thumb drive to your system then run the software to launch its home window as displayed in figure I.
Figure 1: Home Window
Step 2: Select the external USB thumb drive from the list of logical drives as shown in figure 2.
Figure 2: Select External Drive
Step 3: When recovery process completes, you can view them from the list of retrieved files as shown in figure 3.
Figure 3: Preview Files