With the growth of information, users continued to demand better performance requirements to store their business related applications. Earlier, high I/O requirements were met by simply using more number of disks. But now, the availability of flash USB drives has changed the situation. Flash drives not only provide high storage capacities, it is also a convenient method for transferring files from one computer to another computer. The flash drive is also referred as Solid State Drive, which is a new generation drive that delivers ultra high performance required by performance sensitive applications. It uses semiconductor based solid state memory called as flash memory to store and retrieve data. Unlike conventional mechanical disks, flash drive does not have any moving parts. And, being a semiconductor based device, flash drives consumes less power when compared to mechanical hard drives. But, the data loss caused by human error is a common occurrence by which you cannot protect your flash USB drive data too.

You might have accidentally deleted a folder that had some essential files including your precious photos from your USB flash drive. When you realized that you have deleted really needed files, immediately you checked in the Recycle Bin. But, you were unable to find that folder in the Recycle Bin. Why??? The main reason behind this is the files that are deleted from USB drives do not move to the Recycle Bin instead, it bypasses the Recycle Bin resulting in data loss. This can also be a case with Mac Trash, wherein you emptied Trash folder and lost all the saved files. If you are thinking how to regain files from emptied Trash, then go ahead and download this rescue toolkit which restores Trash files and also supports Recycle Bin recovery.

Sometimes, you may accidentally delete the entire USB drive. You were reinstalling the Windows Operating System in order to increase the system performance. So, before starting the reinstallation process, you just copied some essential files and drivers to your flash drive that has been connected to your system. During the process, when it asked you to select the partition to delete and install the Operating System, you didn’t pay the attention your USB drive and accidentally selected the USB drive from the list of partitions. When you realized that, you immediately disconnected the flash drive and again connected to another system to make sure that the files are still there. But, the results were totally against your expectations!!! This is because, your flash drive is now displaying unformatted error and all your data is deleted!!!

Don’t Worry!!! Even though the data is not visible to you, it still exists on your flash drive. It only needs a way to make it visible. After encountering data loss, you should not use it to avoid permanent deletion of data. This is because, the files that are accidentally deleted are not gone for good. Instead, only allocation information is removed from the file allocation table. So, if you use and save any new files over that flash drive then the new data may overwrite the data that still exist on your flash drive resulting in permanent data loss. Gain more information on deleted data recovery by visiting here.

File Recovery Software is specially designed with advance in-built algorithms and powerful scanning engines that can rescue both accidentally deleted and lost data from your flash drives. You can get back up to 300 types of files including your pictures, videos and audios from your USB flash drives. It can also recover lost data from other flash storage device like memory cards. It supports different type of memory cards like CF cards, MMC, SD cards, XD cards and Memory sticks. It is also compatible with different brands of flash drives like Scandisk, HP, Transcend, Kingston, Lexar etc. This eminent software has potential to get back files after system restore process. To fetch more details on this recovery process, browse through the link: http://www.howtorecoverfile.com/after-system-restore.html

This reliable File Recovery Tool not only recovers data deleted from flash drives or any other drives, it can also restore formatted hard drive data. If you have accidentally formatted any of your partition or entire hard drive during re-installation process then also you  can easily restore data from accidentally formatted hard drives. Sneak a look at the complete article bu clicking on the link. This software also has the ability to perform signature search to find and retrieve different types of files from missing, lost or inaccessible partitions. If you are a Mac user and lost or deleted files on your Mac then also don’t worry!!! The Mac version of this File Recovery Software is also available to undelete or get back files on mac os x and later versions of Mac Operating System. Visit the URL: http://www.howtorecoverfile.com/on-mac.html for elaborate explanation.

Flash drives also used in the Android based devices these days, as these are compatible with them, because of which data loss can be observed in Android devices. However, you might be happy to hear this. Software supports recovery of data from Android and lost data from android based devices can be rescued in just couple of easy steps using this tool.

Recover your deleted files from flash drive in just 3 steps

Step1 : Download and install File Recovery Software on your hard drive and connect the flash USB drive to your computer via USB port to start the file recovery process. After launching the software, main screen appears with 3 options. Select “Recover Files” option among those 3 options and then select “Recover Deleted Files” option from the next screen

How to Recover  Files - Main Screen

Step 2 : After selecting the relevant options, select flash drive and then click on “Next” button to start the data recovery process

Retrieve files - Hard drive selection Screen

Step 3 : Once you are done with the recovery process, you can view the recovered files by using “Preview” option

Restore Data - Preview Screen


  • Do not delete any file or folder from your flash USB drive or any other removable storage device without taking a backup.
  • Always use “Safely Remove Hardware” option to disconnect the USB drives

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