Requirements: Microsoft Windows 7, Windows Vista, Windows XP, Windows 2003 and Windows 2008

Requirements: Mac OS X 10.5.x and above (including Leopard, Snow Leopard and Lion)


How to Recover Unreadable Flash Drive?

Are you getting messages like “E:\ is not accessible. The file or directory is corrupted and unreadable.” whenever you try get to access the contents of USB drive? This kind of messages usually evolves when any fundamental change is made in the file system of flash drive. On development of such thing each of the data available over the storage drive becomes unreachable, thus leaving its user in a very regretful state of affair. One of the best possible ways to tackle such state of affair is to make use of the USB drive recovery tool and that too as early as possible. This hurriedness is required for data recovery because if the required files are overwritten, they can’t be recovered.

Mainly messages like the one mentioned above occur because of virus attack one the USB drive. Such kind of virus intrusion happens over the flash drive when it is attached to the system which has virus upon it or get directly transferred from internet which is the primary source of viruses. Files which were saved upon such USB drive gets inaccessible and due to this only possible way to make use of the drive is formatting it, which would make data, lost forever. So, if you are facing similar data loss scenario over USB drive then make use of Recover USB application, which has got each of the inbuilt qualities to tackle such kind of data loss from USB drive with ease.

Another reason for need to recover unreadable USB drive is due to forma error. This kind of thing happens due to different reasons like improper ejection and abrupt shut down while making its use. When data loss under such state of affair happens then each of the files existence is merely lost logically. Therefore, inaccessible files can be retained back, since; they keep occupying the saved location over USB drive as long as they aren’t occupied by any other file. Although this USB flash drive recovery tool rescues each of the files in optimal way there are certain measures to be followed like formatting or reformatting of the drive must not be done or usage must be stopped immediately after data loss.

There are different reasons which can make data unavailability over the USB drive like termination of data transfer process, accidental deletion, unintentional format and various others. It can be used over various Flash drive brands such as Transcend, Kingston, HP, Apple, Dell, etc. Users of this utility can make each of the data recovery in matter of minutes in the same file format as it occurred to be once. Some of the file formats rescued by this tool are JPG, JPEG, PNG, PSD, BMP, GIF, TIF, TIFF, DOC, PDF, EXCEL, MOV, MP3, etc. This software also provides its users with option to preview the required data in an easy way. If files over the USB drive gets deleted or lost from Mac system, then jump drive rescue tool can be used. For more detail about its compatibility over the Mac system, click on the provided link:

Requirements: Microsoft Windows 7, Windows Vista, Windows XP, Windows 2003 and Windows 2008

Restore USB drive data using simple steps as mentioned below:

Step 1: Download and install the given tool to open its Home Screen as shown in Figure 1.

Recover Unreadable USB Drive - Home Screen

Figure 1: Home Screen

Step 2: On the "Next" screen, select USB drive for which data recovery is required and click on "Next" button as shown in Figure 2.

Recover Unreadable USB Drive - Select USB Drive

Figure 2: Select USB Drive

Step 3: View recovered data using "Data Type View" or "File Type View" option to evaluate recovery results as shown in Figure 3.

Recover Unreadable USB Drive - List of Recovered Data

Figure 3: List of Recovered Data

Requirements: Microsoft Windows 7, Windows Vista, Windows XP, Windows 2003 and Windows 2008

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