Flash Drives is a data storage devices that includes flash memory and these drives are typically removable and rewritable and looks small in size but its usage is more. These USB drives are frequently used for transferring, storing and back up computer files. They are smaller, quicker, have thousands of times more competence, and are more robust and consistent because they have no moving parts. Data stored on flash drive may get deleted due to virus threats and other reasons. As we know that, virus are easily spread into flash drive and corrupt file stored on it. Due to file corruption in flash drive which leads to file loss.

Even flash drives are called as portable storage devices because of small in size and stores more files in it.  Due to this advantage, we can carry flash drive with us and can access data instantly by connecting it to any PC’s USB port. But if that PC is contaminated with virus threats then those virus threats are easily move into your flash drive and corrupt files easily and results in unexpected deletion of files. So, in order to avoid data loss from virus threats, use third party tool called antivirus and scan your PC regularly with updated antivirus function and avoid connecting flash drive to PC which is not protected from antivirus application. If you require deleted files, then you need to make use of deleted files recovery software that has the capability to restore deleted documents & media files from your flash drive.

There are other possibilities of losing files from flash drive unexpectedly, suppose you are running out memory in flash drive to store games or media files, then you delete files from flash drive thinking that deleted files will stores into recycle bin and can restore it later. But actual thing is when you delete files from hard disk, those files only stores into recycle bin, files deleted from flash drive will delete permanently.  You cannot rescue those files unless using any file rescue software and that flash drive memory is not over written by other data. But, by using this tool, chances of file rescue will be more and is capable of rescuing more than 300 file types including audio, video, documents, and office files and so on. In addition, it helps to perform accidentally formatted Hitachi Deskstar 7K3000 hard disk drive file regaining method in a few easy steps.

Other possibilities of losing files from flash drive are:

However, files deleted or lost from flash drive, those files can be easily rescued by using this advanced tool. It is rich in user interface; even a novice user can operate this tool without facing any difficulties at any stage of recuperating process. This tool is also expert in regaining accidentally deleted PST file on Windows 7 with utmost ease. Click here to get more information about this tool. Before buying this tool, you can estimate efficiency of recovering files by using demo version. At last, if you are happy with results then buy full version and save files to your disk.

Note: Make use of this simple user interface to obtain back data such as photo, audio, video, documents, etc from jump drive with on Windows and Mac machine efficiently great ease.

Follow simple steps to regain files from flash drive are:

Step 1: Initially connect your flash drive to PC or Laptop properly. Download this trial version and install successfully on PC where you have connected flash drive. After running, select "Recover Files" option from main screen as mentioned in figure 1. Next select "Recover Deleted Files" option and proceed to further steps.

Rescue Files Deleted from Flash Drive - Main Screen

Fig 1: Main Screen

Step 2: Select appropriate flash drive from the list and click on "Next" button to start scanning process as mentioned in figure 2.

Rescue Files Deleted from Flash Drive - Select Drive

Fig 2: Select Drive

Step 3: Soon after completion of scanning and regaining process, you can see files which are rescued by this demo version.

Rescue Files Deleted from Flash Drive - Preview Recovered Files

Fig 3: Preview Recovered Files

Step 4: If you are satisfied with obtained results then buy full version and save those rescued files to your disk.

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