Being one of the most convenient portable storage devices that allow you to download all types of files from one computer and load them into another USB drives have become one of the major sources of data transferring. It can be easily plugged into any system that has a USB port. Featuring of 2 GB and fast access to the data stored USB drives are most widely used and are always prone to the risk of data loss. Your data can be lost due to accidental deletion, files damaged to , formatted hard disk, Virus attack, and so on.
Most people that lose USB data is by accidentally deleting a file. If you have permanently deleted an item using Shift+Delete and bypassed the Recycle Bin and regret now? Do not fret; Undelete - Deleted File Recovery Software is here to help you restore files from USB drive. Connect the USB drive to a healthy computer and follow the tutorial below to recover lost or deleted files. This software facilitates you to perform corrupted flash drive data recovery and restore deleted or lost files from formatted flash card.
Step-by-step guide to retrieve deleted file(s) from USB drive:
Step 1: Download and install Undelete Software. Run the application and select the drive to search deleted and click “Next” (See Figure a).
Caution: Note: Never install Undelete on the drive from which you want to recover data, also never save any data on the same drive from which you are recovering data.
Install the software to any other partition or computer, which is healthy system and has the best of hardware components, then attach the drive you want to recover as a slave to this machine and then proceed ahead recovering the data.
Figure a: Select the drive to search
Step 2: When the ‘Next’ button is pressed the scan is commenced and the next wizard screen will display a list of all the found files and folders in a tree format under a Root folder as shown in Figure b.
Figure b: Tree Format of the found files and folders
Step 3: To recover the file, select the file/folder you wish to recover or simply select the root folder to select all the files and click Save. A window will appear asking to select to restore recovered data (See Figure c).
Figure c: Saving the recovered data
If you choose to save data to local drive and specify the file types you wish to ignore during , check if you want the data to be saved in compressed form and click OK. Now the program starts saving the data to of your choice.
After the saving is complete a message will popup intimating the same. All the data will be restored in a new folder by name “UndeleteX “. You can now access your recovered data as before.
Caution: Do not save the recovered file to the USB drive from where you are recovering data, for it may result in overwriting of data, and would result in permanent data loss.