Recover Lost .ppt Files from Formatted Transcend JetFlash® 760 Pen Drive

In the advance world of electronics everything that you do has been made cheaper and easier by the little gadgets. One of them is your pen drive. You can store hundreds of information in it and move around easily. You prepared a group presentation for your media assignment and saved it in your Transcend JetFlash®760 pen drive. What if on the day of the final presentation while revising you accidently format the memory stick? You will be struck with an overwhelming fear of helplessness. The thought that will keep crossing your mind is “all my labor has gone down the drain”. However, while facing such situations do not allow frustrations to grow. Your first thought should be on how to bring them back. You have no reasons to be scared because nowadays with the help of data recovery software you can get back all your lost PPT files within a few seconds.

People go for Transcend JetFlash®760 due to its small size and design. This pen drive has got advanced USB technology of 3.0. It is recognized easily by any USB ports. With a size of 69.6 mm x 20.9 mm x 8.9mm this device has an unparalleled data transferring performance. It`s a small gadget which can carry the whole world in your pocket without even letting you know that you are carrying something.

Recovering lost PPT files from an external memory is not a tough job. The files which cannot be found on the card reader can be easily scanned and pulled out by Remo Data Recovery Software. You just need to connect the pen drive to your system and follow the steps.

  • Download the software in your system
  • Go to ‘Recover Partitions / Drives’
  • Now select ‘Formatted / Reformatted Recovery’
  • Select the drive / partition and click ‘Next’
  • After the scanning process gets over it will ask you to select a found partition / drives or storage device
  • Select the drive from where you need to recover the .ppt files
  • After it gets over it will show you  a list of lost files
  • Select the file which you need to restore and save it in a different partition.


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