Files stored in pen drive are not safe, as sometimes you might lose them due to many reasons. You may format the pen drive by mistake or files may go missing for causes unknown to you. Under all such situations, you will be worried about your data stored in the pen drive. And if you are looking for a way to get back lost data from USB flash drive, then make use of Remo Recover software. Whether pen drive is inaccessible due to corruption, formatted accidentally, showing as RAW drive etc. an easy solution to recover data from it is using this software.
Easy Solution for Pen Drive Recovery
Remo Pen Drive Recovery software retrieves erased or missing files from pen drives in just few minutes. It does deep scanning of the thumb drives quickly to find files and restore them back with ease. The tool will easily restore data from exFAT, FAT32, NTFS, HFS+, and other file systems.Various types of files stored in these jump drives such as docs, presentation files, media files, Excel sheets, etc. will be retrieved by this tool.
Supported brands of pen drives: Remo Recover supports data recovery from many popular flash drive brands such as Transcend, Kingston, Sony, Toshiba, HP, Lexar, SanDisk, and so on.
To retrieve files from pen drive, first download Remo Recover tool on your system. After installing the software, connect the pen drive to the system, Run it by clciking on the desktop icon or the downloaded .exe file. Then click on Recover Drives option from the main screen. You will find two options - Partition Recovery and Formatted / Reformatted Recovery.
Note: Do not save the recovered data on the same drive from which you have performed data recovery.
Apart from restoring files from pen drive, Remo Recover also helps to recover hard drive, memory card, FireWire drive, iPod, and other storage drives. The application comes with an in-built Find tool which helps to locate particular files from the recovered data based on file name, size, date of creation of the file, and so on.
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