Recover USB Key Files!
In the office and home life, portable storage devices like USB memory sticks are increasingly popular. But what happens when files from these devices are erased?
Picture files, audio files, word documents - any kind of file type that you have on your PC can be stored externally. However, with easy access and frequent use, there is a greater chance for file loss.
USB keys can occasionally lose files from damage and hardware problems, but most often the trouble comes when copying files to and from the device, and when deleting files from it.
Many users have been in a situation where they had files to put on their USB flash memory, but the card or device was full. The solution is simply to erase some files and make some room.
Click and delete: that was fast.
Except – whoops – a bunch of important files were just deleted. Accidentally deleting files like this is the most common cause of file loss. The good news? You can still get your USB files back!
Emergency File Recover recommends using Data Recovery Pro to restore your lost USB files.
USB memory comes in many names and brands: pen drives, flash memory, jump drives, USB keys, Kingston, Sony, SanDisk, Corsair, the list goes on. Data Recovery Pro supports all major USB memory types, and you can check that Data Recovery Pro scans your USB drive by simply plugging in the USB key and starting a free scan!
No matter if your files were accidentally deleted, or if they were lost due to a corruption – Data Recovery Pro is still able to scan your memory stick and recover USB key files!
Data Recovery Pro is an advanced piece of software designed to scan deep into your USB memory stick, memory card, Blackberry, and computer. Simply connect the card or device, and scan it with Data Recovery Pro. The files will appear, and you can recover deleted files with a click of a button.
USB keys are distinguished by a few features that make data recovery more reliable. First, the devices (as their name says) have a USB connector. USB stands for Universal Serial Bus, and this method of connection is available with basically every computer. The connector attaches in a very straightforward way, with no messy cables, and drivers are usually built in to Windows. This lessens the chance of corruption and loss due to cross-wired connections.
Second, USB memory is solid state, much like SD memory cards. In other words, nothing moves. Because nothing moves, there is less chance of the device breaking down. The device is thereby more reliable.
Third, USB flash drives require no battery. Battery or power cord loss will not stop you from accessing your erased files on your USB key.
What does this mean to you? The files that you lost were probably not lost due to hardware problems. So there is no hardware breakdown preventing you from accessing your data with Data Recovery Pro. Even if the card becomes partially corrupted, Data Recovery Pro will still be able to read what is there.
Don’t let your USB memory become a graveyard for your missing files. You can restore them easily and quickly with Data Recovery Pro.