Recover Data from Inaccessible Pen Drive

Best approach to restore files from inaccessible pen drive!


While using pen drive, you may come across a situation where you find yourself unable to access crucial data saved in the pen drive. It may be inaccessible because of various reasons after that you cannot perform read/write operation with pen drive. But inaccessible pen drive data can be recovered easily if you follow this prominent solution given below.

Factors that are accountable for inaccessible pen drive and data loss:

Because pen drive are best in sharing data storage devices, often user lose files from it due to improper file transfer or read/write operation. Pen drive simply gets inaccessible if it is being used with different devices that support different file system. Similarly, if you use your pen drive with any virus affected device, it may render your pen drive inaccessible also. Apart from this, erroneous process of changing file system could also result in the same. Sometime, data saved on pen drive gets inaccessible due to formation of bad sectors. In such circumstances, user needs an effective solution to recover data from pen drive.

Most of users think formatting the pen drive is the only solution to make it accessible again and they format it. Although after formatting, they realize their mistake when find it empty. Actually, format operation results in erasure of entire data from the drive and bring it to it’s initial state. Therefore, user should avoid formatting the pen drive after it is inaccessible because it will only make the pen drive accessible but all files will be erased.  And why to take this option when you have another way to recover data from inaccessible pen drive without formatting it? You can take advantage of third party application for this purpose. By utilizing an excellent Pen Drive Data Recovery tool, you can make this task very easy. Visit at http://www.pendrivedata-recovery.com/formatted.html to know how to recover pen drive data after format.

Why to use Pen Drive Data Recovery tool?

  • Safe and easy way to recover data from inaccessible pen drive after any reason.
  • Helps users to restore data from corrupted, inaccessible, damaged, formatted pen drive
  • One click solution to perform lost or deleted file recovery from pen drives manufactured by Kingston, Transcend, hp, Lexar, Sony, SanDisk, Cookey, LaCie, Corsair and many others.
  • Supports retrieval of all kinds of media files and documents including videos, photos, songs, pdf files, presentations, Word documents etc.
  • This software can also be used to recover files and folders that are missing because of inappropriate use of folder hide option. To know more about it, click on this link: http://www.pendrivedata-recovery.com/get-hidden-folders-back-from-pen-drive.html
  • Empowered with smart scanning technology to restore data from pen drive formatted with FAT 16, FAT 32, ExFAT file system.
  • Using Preview option you can evaluate degree of successful pen drive data recovery.
  • You can utilize this app to recover data from inaccessible pen drive on Mac OS X and Windows OS running computers / laptops.
  • Click on http://www.pendrivedata-recovery.com/flash.html to get step by step guidance to perform pen drive data recovery on Mac system.

Steps to use this software:

Step 1: Install trial version of this software and connect pen drive to the system. Launch the software and select "Recover Photos" option form main screen.

Recover Lost Data from Pen Drive - Main Screen

Fig 1: Main Screen

Step 2: Select you inaccessible pen drive from the list of drives and click on "Next" tab to initiate scanning operation.

Pen Drive File Recovery - Choose Pen Drive

Fig 2: Choose Pen Drive

Step 3: After the recovery operation is completed, software will show a list of all recovered files from inaccessible pen drive and you can preview them before save.

Lost Data Recovery from Pen Drive - Recovered Files

Fig 3: Recovered Files

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