Are you seeking for solution to flash drive recovery? Congratulations, you have come to the right place since our powerful data recovery software, MiniTool Power Data Recovery, could flawlessly perform flash drive recovery efficiently.
Flash drive refers to storage device employing flash memory. It exerts the same function with hard disk, but doesn’t have magnetic head and platter, etc. Currently, flash memory was extensively utilized on particularly digital camera, palmtop, MP3 and other mini electronic equipments thanks to its small size and easy-to-carry features. Regrettably, however, flash drive must be connected to different devices, which makes the flash drive quite vulnerable to damage or more scary consequence, data loss. At this time, employing data recovery software to perform flash drive data recovery appears to be the best solution.
MiniTool Power Data Recovery
Developed by MiniTool Solution Ltd. after years’ exploitation, MiniTool Power Data Recovery is totally free for home and personal user, supporting mainstream 32/64bit operating systems such as Windows XP, Windows 2000, Windows 2003, Windows Vista, Windows 7, Windows 2008; file systems like FAT12/ FAT16/FAT32/VFAT/NTFS/NTFS5 and storage media including IDE/ SCSI/ SATA/ USB/mobile HDD, SD card, RAID disk, flash disk, digital camera, etc. Furthermore, MiniTool Power Data Recovery boasts of powerful functions towards deleted partition recovery, formatted partition recovery, advanced recovery and CD recovery.
Perform flash drive recovery with MiniTool Power Data Recovery
To finish this operation, please first download MiniTool Power Data Recovery at MiniTool Power Data Recovery Download Center free of charge.
Then install MiniTool Power Data Recovery to the computer and launch it to meet the following interface:
Select “Damaged Partition Recovery” in this main interface to process flash drive recovery
Select the partition taken up by the flash drive and then click “Full Scan”.
This window shows the possible partition status prior to partition loss, please select the highest suggested partition and click “Show Files”.