I am using a external USB drive for maintaining my weekly reports and project details. I use the USB as a backup storage device. I used it on different operating system for emergency purpose. As a result of it a read / write error with format option is displayed while using the USB in Windows 7 OS. So I formatted it with none choice left. Now I am insane because that formatted USB has my last week official backup files in it. I didn’t use the drive so far. Is there any way to recover USB after format? If so please help me with its procedure…
Answering genuinely to the above mentioned problem Yes! The USB drive can be recovered after formatting. To perform this task successfully we just need optimized recovery software that has the ability to pull out all files from the formatted USB drive. It also must have a high potentiality to support all formatted USB devices such as Pendrive, flash drive, media players, external hard drives etc. If the recovery software possess all the above mentioned stuffs then no doubt that the perfect software for the above mentioned process. Remo Recover is one of the few bolts from the blue that has the potentiality and well deserved mechanism to pull out all kind of file formats from the formatted USB drives. To know more proceed reading further.
Why Remo Recover is credited high?
How Remo Recover works?
An unknown fact about USB formatting is that the data inside the USB is not destroyed completely after format. Only the index is cleared and a new file system is provided for the new incoming data. An illusion will be created stating that the USB drive is empty and fresh. In-depth the data stored before the format will be inactive in the core. Remo Hard Disk Recovery tool's powerful algorithm will reconstruct the data from the formatted USB drives at the time of recovery process. Moreover the data recovered will be with a greater accuracy rate.
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Note: Overwriting, defragging and shredding the USB drive will perish the available data inside which makes data recovery completely impossible