Recover Lost Data from Transcend JetFlash 700 USB 3.0 Flash Drives

Have you lost essential files from Transcend flash drive? No need to worry, recovering lost data from Transcend JetFlash USB flash drives is extreme simple with disk drive recovery utility. It is easy to use flash drive recovery software specially designed for Windows and Mac computers to undelete lost data. Powerful drive scan algorithm of this software scans the entire flash drive in few minutes and restore lost files as they were before. With this application, you can retrieve deleted or lost files from USB flash drives, memory cards, portable hard drives, hard drives, iPod, etc. It recovers more than 300 different file formats from various digital storage devices.

In spite of the precautionary measures taken to avoid loss of important data from flash drive, there are some tough times in which data stored in Transcend JetFlash drives disappear. It does not mean that you have permanently lost your precious data. Until the deleted or lost data is not overwritten with new data, you have fair chances of lost data recovery. Disk drive recovery software offers best data recovery solution to restore lost data from USB flash drives. Using this tool, within couple of mouse clicks, you can get back your deleted or lost data efficiently. It facilitates to get back lost media files from Kingston DataTraveler Elite 3.0 USB flash drive and other flash drives at your own.

Possible reasons for losing data from USB flash drives:

Reasons for losing files from flash drive may differ, but the approach to undelete lost data remains unchanged. Disk Drive Recovery Software is the optimum choice to restore lost data from USB flash drives. Using this recuperation application, it is very easy to rescue files from formatted Western Digital My Book Studio external drive for Macintosh and Windows based computers. You can preview the recovered data prior to saving back to hard drive. Upon recovering lost data, you can save it in any digital storage drive which is accessible to computer on which you are performing flash drive recovery.

In order to help fellows who lost important files from USB flash drives, group of experts have designed disk drive recovery software with simple interactive user interface and advanced recovery algorithms. It scans the flash drive and recovers raw data from the stored sector of flash drives efficiently. Even after recovery, it recognizes and preserves the file names. With the help of this recovery utility, it is very simple to rescue lost data from formatted Seagate external drive with bad sectors. Go ahead and download the demo version of the software to evaluate the odds of recovery prior to purchasing the software. Apart from all this, by using lost data recuperation software you can get back lost files from external hard drive after FAT table corruption in just a few steps.

  

Simple steps to regain lost data from flash drive on Windows computer:

Step 1: Install and launch the trial version of Disk Drive Recovery Software. Welcome screen appears as shown in Figure 1. Click on "Recover Files" and then select "Recover Lost Files".

Recover Lost Data from Transcend JetFlash 700 USB 3.0 Flash Drives - Welcome Screen

Figure 1: Welcome Screen

Step 2: Software detects and displays the drives from which you can recover data as shown in Figure 2. Select your flash drive.

Recover Lost Data from Transcend JetFlash 700 USB 3.0 Flash Drives - Select Flash Drive

Figure 2: Select Flash Drive

  

Step 3: Recovery application starts scanning the flash drive to locate retrieve lost data. Upon completion of drive scan, you will get list of recovered files as shown in Figure 3.

Recover Lost Data from Transcend JetFlash 700 USB 3.0 Flash Drives - Recovered Files

Figure 3: Recovered Files

Step 4: Preview the recovered files. If you are happy with the results obtained using demo version, then purchase the full version and save recovered data.

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