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USB Data Recovery Solution - Recover Data from USB Flash Drive/SD Card

Updated on Aug 20, 2018 by Tracy King to Storage Media Recovery

Summary

Don't be panic when you lost data on USB drive by accidental deletion, formatting or virus attack etc. EaseUS USB data recovery software allows you to simply recover lost data on USB flash drive, pen drive, USB 3.0 or SD card etc within 3 simple steps. Learn how to recover USB data right now.

When it comes to a USB drive, you may not feel unfamiliar with the following types: 

  • USB 3.0;
  • USB pen drive;
  • USB flash drive;
  • USB external hard drive etc.

SanDisk, Seagate, Kingston, Toshiba, Samsung etc are doing very well by providing excellent USB drives. USB drive is portable for users to take anywhere and fast to read, write, transfer and save data. All those fantastic features help us easily transfer data or store data. However, since most people rush to store their important data on them and improper operations might occur, USB data loss issue seems unavoidable for most USB users. Is there any way to recover files from usb? What to do when you lost data on USB drive, SD card or other storage devices? 

Here you'll find two reliable methods to restore data from your USB flash drive:

Just follow anyone to recover your lost data from USB drive with ease now.

Method 1. Recover lost data from USB drive with USB recovery software

Yes, finding a reliable USB data recovery software is a wise choice. EaseUS Data Recovery Wizard supports to recover all lost and missing files and folders from your USB media due to wrong deletion, format, power failure, virus infection or USB damaged, etc. The best data recovery software from EaseUS can rescue your lost data from different data loss reasons. It offers different solutions to quickly recover files from USB flash drive of many popular brands, including SanDisk, Kingston, Transcend, Toshiba, Sony, Lexar, etc. Free download, install it and follow the below guidelines to do USB file recovery or SD card recovery and get all lost USB/SD data back now:

GUIDE: 3 Steps to Recover Data from USB with EaseUS USB Data Recovery Software

Notice:
Please stop using your USB flash drive once you lose files on it, in case newly produced data overwrite entries to the lost files.

Step 1. Connect USB to your PC and run USB data recovery software.

  • Connect the USB flash drive on which your files to your computer and launch EaseUS USB data recovery software - Data Recovery Wizard on your PC.
  • Select your USB drive under External Devices and click Scan to start finding your lost files.
Select USB to scan and find lost files.

Step 2. Scan to find all lost files from USB.

  • EaseUS Data Recovery Wizard will thoroughly scan your USB flash drive and find all your lost data on it.
Scan USB drive to find lost files.

Step 3. Restore all lost files from USB.

  • After the scanning process, you can check and preview found USB files in this program.
  • "Deleted Files" is for you to find deleted files. And "Lost Partition Files" is quick access to find formatted data.
  • Double-click the files to preview and choose available ones, click "Recover" to save them to a secure location on your PC or other external storage devices
Restore lost USB data.

Apart from recovering lost files from a USB drive, EaseUS Data Recovery Wizard also supports recovering files from hard drive, hardware RAID, external drives, SD and Memory Cards, etc. If you lost data on other storage devices, don't hesitate and let EaseUS USB data recovery software help you right now.

Method 2. USB Recovery by Using Command Prompt

Command Prompt is an effective method for people to restore USB drive which infected by nasty viruses, formatted or deleted by mistake with data loss issue. How to perform the USB recovery with command prompt? 

  1. 1. Connect your USB device to your computer, and we assume it is displayed as G:.
  2. 2. Go to Start - Run - Type CMD and Enter.
  3. 3. In the command prompt, type G:, hit Enter, then command prompt shows G:/.
  4. 4. Follow G:/ and type attrib -s -h /s /d *.*, and hit Enter again.

After following all the steps, wait for some seconds, then go back to a USB drive and check the recovery result.