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Apacer USB 3.0 Repair and Format Tool Free Download

Updated on Nov 09, 2018 by Abby Haines to Storage Media Recovery

Summary:
Here, Apacer USB 3.0 repair tool with data recovery and disk format features is available for free download. Try it to repair and format Apacer USB flash drive without losing data whenever you have formatting problem, write-protected issue or accessing trouble with the device.

If you are one of the Apacer users, having trouble in formatting or accessing your USB flash drive, you may need an Apacer USB 3.0 repair tool to help you fix your device. Here we will show you a reliable method, showing you how to use Apacer USB 3.0 repair tool to repair Apacer USB flash drive by formatting without data loss. It just takes two simple steps. 

Fix an Apacer flash drive with Apacer USB 3.0 repair tool 

# 1. Recover data from an inaccessible or 'corrupted' Apacer USB flash drive 

Errors like "you need to format the disk", RAW drive, "flash drive not formatted", bad sectors, file system corruption, "please insert the disk", etc can occur and prevent you from accessing your Apacer USB flash drive and data. Before fixing the device error with Apacer USB repair tool, you should retrieve your data first. EaseUS disk data recovery is a reliable Apacer USB flash drive recovery utility that can help you manage this job in all these cases with ease.

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.

# 2. Fix Apacer USB flash drive by formatting with Apacer USB format utility

If you encountered formatting problems or a write-protected issue and you have no important data on Apacer USB flash drive, you can directly fix the device with Apacer USB 3.0 repair tool by formatting. Here EaseUS Apacer formatting utility is available as a free download.

1. Connect your Apacer USB flash drive to PC, download and launch EaseUS partition software, right-click the card and choose "Format partition".

Repair Apacer USB flash drive - choose format partition option

2. Configure the label you want in the Partition Label box and then select a file system in the "File System" drop-down list for the disk.   

Repair Apacer USB flash drive - choose file system

3. Choose the Cluster Size (512 bytes, 1, 2, 4...64KB) in the "Cluster Size" drop-down list and click "OK" to continue.

4. Click "Apply" to save all the changes to format the Apacer USB flash drive.

Final Word

Important: If you get the write-protected error message - "The disk is write protected", please note that you can successfully format the device only after you remove the write protection from the Apacer USB flash drive. Regedit.exe is a free Apacer write-protected format utility that can help. 

1. Click Start, type Regedit in the search box, click Regedit.exe to open the Registry editor. 
2. In the Registry editor, Navigate to the following key: 
Computer\HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SYSTEM\CurrentControlSet\Control\StorageDevicePolicies
3. Double-click on the WriteProtect value in the right-hand pane of Regedit.exe. Change the Value data from 1 to 0 and click OK to save the change. 
4. Close Regedit and restart your computer. 

After finishing all the steps, re-connect your Apacer USB flash drive, and you will find that the write protection has been removed and the device is available for formatting.