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How to Recover Deleted Files from a USB Drive
A USB flash drive is great for storing and transferring our information, including precious photographs and documents, from one device to another. Yet, sometimes the USB drive may be faulty or corrupted, or we may accidentally delete files from flash drives causing us to lose important data that sometimes can’t easily be replaced. This can be a devastating experience and we’ve all been there at some point.
The first thing we tend to do is to panic and wonder where the files deleted from the USB flash could have gone. Would we be able to find or undelete these files and if we do manage to find them, would be able to restore previous versions of the files? These are the questions we seek to answer.
Looking for solutions online is usually not a good move as more often than not, you’ll end up having to sift through thousands of outdated posts to try to find anything helpful. Free USB recovery software will only get you so far and could even be a security risk, so it’s better not to go down this route.
The long and short of it is, you can retrieve deleted files from USB flash drives, but you’ll need to use high-quality USB data recovery tools. A data recovery tool is a computer program used to recover permanently deleted files. These tools scan your USB drive using an efficient algorithm and recover deleted files and folders on your USB drive.
This is where eSupport UndeletePlus comes to the rescue! You can retrieve, backup and restore your lost data, whether in the form of photos, videos, documents or music from the USB flash with eSupport UndeletePlus!
eSupport Undelete Plus is a user-friendly and effective data recovery program and can recover your data in different formats from your USB, memory cards, laptop or PC due to any of the following reasons:
- File corruption due to a virus attack
- A fragmented partition structure on the USB flash drive
- Accidentally or sometimes intentionally deleting images with a command prompt. We sometimes delete files only to discover later that we needed them and then we want them back! This happens to the best of us.
- Unplugging the USB drive during the transfer process
- Software failure or incompatibility
How to recover your deleted files from flash drives using eSupport UndeletePlus in 3 easy steps
Simply scan the device, preview the recoverable files, select the ones you would like to recover, and click to restore the selected items – it’s as easy as that!