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USB is a multimedia data storage device which is developed on the principle of Flash memory integrated by Universal Serial Bus (USB) interface. This flash memory drive is smaller compare to a floppy disk. The best feature of this storage device is that it is easily removable and rewritable. Generally, it is often used for the similar purposes for which CD-ROMs and Floppy disks were used. The most prominent feature of this Flash drive is that it can be plugged and played anywhere at any point of time. They are perfect source for transporting personal data or important files from one location to another. This customized storage device supports almost all modern computers therefore any individual can access any data from it from anywhere at any point of time. USB drives have huge storage capacity and even economical ones will hold lots of data. Top of the line USB drives have 64 GB storage. These flash drives consume very less power therefore they are very much power efficient due to which these drives are also known as Power Sever hard drives. USB drives have no moving parts meaning that modern OS (operating systems) can read and write to flash drives without using any additional device turners. Therefore, these are the reasons due to which USB drives became more popular than floppy drives. Data stored in USB drive may also get erased due to logical file deletion scenarios. Some of the important scenarios responsible for file deletion are mentioned below:

Human Errors: Mistake can happen by anyone at any point of time. Human errors are responsible for erasing important and most crucial files from USB flash drive. Folders gets erased from USB drives under following human errors-

  • Using Shift + Delete combination key can erase all important data from USB drive.
  • Transferring any data from one storage device to another or moving important files from one drive / partition to another by using cut and paste command can also leads to the file deletion if any interruption takes place the execution of the process.
  • Abruptly ejecting USB drive in between when files are getting transferred to other storage devices. Data get erased for permanently if you remove USB flash drive from your system suddenly at the time when files are getting transferred. Besides file deletion, some of the files may also get corrupted due to which they refuse to get accessed properly.
  • Accidental formatting of USB drive is one of the important human error under which all your important folders get erased for permanently as soon as the drive gets formatted completely.

USB flash drive corruption: Flash drives get corrupted due to virus attack, abrupt removal, physical damage, etc. Files / folders stored in corrupted flash drive are not safe and there are more chances that they may get erased from their stored location for permanently. Corrupted USB drive is the only factor accountable for severe data corruption and deletion issue. Moreover, if you store any new healthy file to a corrupted USB drive then there are more chances that it may get deleted as soon as it gets transferred. Unerase USB drive files by clicking here

Power Failure: Data may get erased from USB flash drive if there is a continuous power surge or power fluctuation at the time when some files are getting copied or transferred from USB drive to your system or from system to USB drive. Due to this reason, some of the files will get transferred successfully whereas some of the data may get erased for permanently. It is very difficult to unerase folders from USB drives but due to latest technology it is very much possible to unerase any file from USB drive in a healthy condition. This is only possible by using reliable file unerasing software.

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In order to avoid above mentioned data erasing scenarios, you need to take some precautions that will help you to protect all your important files from getting deleted. There are many precautionary measures that you can follow and protect your data but the most common and essential precautionary measures are as follows:

  • Avoid using combination of Shift + Delete key at the time when you want to delete any folder. If you deleted any file by using Delete button then you can easily restore it back from Recycle Bin. But using Shift + Delete combination key will delete your data for permanently
  • Do not use cut and paste command for transferring or moving any data. If you want to transfer or to move any file from its stored location to new location then use copy command so that you can have a backup of data
  • Never eject USB flash drive in between the copying process. Always remove the USB drive only after files get transferred successfully by quitting the application systematically. Click on close or eject option as soon as the copying process gets over
  • Avoid transferring any file from USB drive to your system or vice-versa if there is a continuous power fluctuation. Moreover, do not operate your USB drive if your system shuts down frequently due to power surge

Precautions to Be taken before recovering deleted files from USB drive As soon as you encounter deletion of files from your USB drive, and want to restore those deleted files, then immediately stop using the USB drive. Actually, when the files are deleted from USB drive, only the memory space that was occupied by those deleted files are freedup and made available for storing new files. But, the actual files remain intact in the same location untill and unless that memory space is overwritten with new files. So, to increase the chance of deleted files recovery from USB, do not save any new files on it after deletion.

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You can easily protect your data from getting erased by following above mentioned precautionary measures. These precautionary measures are only for safeguarding all your crucial data from file deletion scenarios but in case of already erased files, you cannot follow these measures. Deleted file recovery is an easy process, you just need to use best file unerasing software that can easily unerase file from USB flash drive. File uneraser is the best renowned file unerasing software. It unerases more than 280 file types in a healthy condition within a short period of time.It has powerful built-in scan engine that easily locates and unerases files quickly. Best file unerasing software that supports file recovery from hard drives (SATA /SCSI / IDE etc.), flash memory cards (SD, XD, MMC, Memory Stick etc.), FireWire Drives, iPods, etc. By using this software you are able to Unerase File from Iomega hard drive. Not only this, but also it supports recovery of files from FAT16, FAT32, NTFS, NTFS5, ExtFAT partitions / drives. Besides this it supports USB flash drive restoration on Windows XP, Windows Vista and Windows 7. Moreover, if you have lost your crucial files from Mac OS then you must use File uneraser - Mac version software. This tool can easily undelete files from Mac hard drive in a healthy condition without damaging the file structure of the source file.

Steps to unerase files from USB Drive:

Step 1: Download and Install demo version of File uneraser to your system with the USB Drive connected to it to undelete files from flash drive on Windows OS. After the successful launching of this software you'll get three different options like "Recover Files", "Recover Photos" and "Recover Partitions / Drives". Select "Recover Files" option to unerase USB Drive files as shown in Figure 1. Download the tool from the page

Unerase Files from USB drives - Main Screen

Figure 1 : Main desktop Screen

Step 2: After that you'll get a new Window with two different options such as "Recover Deleted Files" and "Recover Lost Files" as shown in Figure 2 below. Select any of them, depending on your file loss scenario

Unerase Files from USB drives - File unerase mode selection window

Figure 2 : Select file unerase mode option

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Step 3: After that you'll get a new Window where you need to select the affected drive from which erased files are to be retrieveed. Select the appropriate drive and then click on "Next" as shown in Figure 3

Unerase Files from USB drives - Select the drive window

Figure 3 : Select the affected drive

Step 4: Scanning for the deleted files will start right after you click on "Next" button. After the scanning is finished you can view the recovered files as well as evaluate the file recovery results

Unerase Files from USB drives - Scanning results

Figure 4 : Evaluate the scanning results


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