Formatted your lexar jumpdrive?
I have encountered a problem with my Lexar 32GB USB 3.0 jump drive. When inserted into an USB port, a message displaying that "the drive is not formatted" or “you need to format the drive before use” pops up. There was no other option left for me, but to format the drive. The drive is full, and I recall that I dint use the safely remove option prior to removing it from the USB port. Is there any type of recovery process or software that will allow me to retrieve files from the drive?
If you format your jumpdrive, data becomes inaccessible because the old file system is replaced by a fresh one. But, the good news is that actually data still exists on your device. But in order to view them, good data recovery software is required. Remo Hard Disc Recovery is efficient tool, which can scan and recover all types of file from your lexar jumpdrive. Scrolling through this page should provide you all necessary information.
Note: It is strongly recommended not copy files to your lexar drive once you lose data, because it may reduce the chances of recovery, as new files may overwrite already existing files.
Why is Remo Recover preferred by most users?
It is a very user friendly product and finishes its work in a few minutes. it is a read-only application, which means that it just reads information from your existing files, but doesn’t modify them. It saves the information to a fresh file. So there are almost no chances of further corruption of data. It occupies less disk space and is free of viruses / malware. Most advantageously, a demo version of the product is available for free download, to give users a chance to evaluate the software before buying it.
Follow the video tutorial below to recover data
Some features of Remo Recover
Some other common reasons for data lost from USB drives
Data loss due to human errors: Most of the times, data is lost due to human errors like accidentally deleting, formatting or reformatting of USB drives.
Improper removal of USB drives: Data may be lost when you eject your USB drive from the computer suddenly, while a data transfer is in progress in the background.
USB drive corruption: Data loss may occur due to corruption of USB drives caused by virus attack, anti-virus scanning or by using third party utilities.
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