Apacer USB 3.0 Repair and Format Tool Free Download

This page offers a direct download link for Apacer USB 3.0 repair tool and a manual guide, for how to use the Format and Restore function to repair a not working Apacer USB flash drive. To protect data from erasing during the troubleshooting course, you must back up the data. If cannot access or open the USB flash drive at that moment, use EaseUS Data Recovery Wizard for help.

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If you're having trouble with your Apacer USB drive, you can use the Apacer USB 3.0 repair tool to get things working once more. This has powerful tools, such as disk formatting & factory resetting, plus it's compatible with AH1xx, AH3xx, and AH5xx models.

We show you how to download the Apacer USB 3.0 repair tool and the steps required to get your flash drive up and running again.

How to Download and Install Apacer USB 3.0 Repair Tool

Download USB 3.0 Repair tool

Above is a direct download link for the Apacer USB 3.0 repair tool. To install on your system, click the link, then double-click the Restore_v3.23.exe file. It's compatible with Windows 10 and will also support the new Windows 11.

Once you've launched the app, you'll be presented with two options: Format and Restore.

Before you begin, be sure that you read the descriptions of what each function does. As you can see from the screenshot below, formatting the drive or restoring it to factory settings will result in all data on the drive being lost. So, once again, be sure to back up your files.

Apacer USB 3.0 repair tool features

How to Back up Apacer USB Flash Drive

If you're still able to open files on the affected USB drive, just copy and paste the files to another storage space. This will protect your data even if the USB drive stops working. Should you be experiencing error messages such as "you need to format the disk", RAW drive, "flash drive not formatted", or find that the drive has bad sectors, file system corruption, or is now a ‘RAW drive’, then there’s a good chance you won’t be able to access the files. In this instance, use EaseUS hard disk data recovery as it should enable you to save the data on the drive.

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Guide: Recover Data from an Inaccessible or Corrupted Apacer USB Flash Drive:

Step 1. Connect USB flash drive to your computer. Open EaseUS Data Recovery Wizard and hover on USB device. Click "Scan" button to start looking for lost files on PC.

Step 2. When the scan completes, you can apply the "Filter" feature or the click the search box to quickly find the lost files from USB.

Step 3. Preview the files you want to recover. Click the "Recover" button to restore files. Check video tutorial here.

Fix an Apacer USB Flash Drive with Apacer USB 3.0 Repair Tool

Note: While the Apacer 3.0 Repair Tool is very good, the repair may fail if the drive has a severe hardware malfunction. In that case, you'll need to contact the relevant customer support for help.

Guide: Format and Restore Apacer USB Flash Drive

Step 1. Connect your Apacer USB flash drive to the computer and run the repair tool. 

Apacer USB 3.0 repair tool interface

Step 2. To wipe the drive and start as new, select "Format". Next, choose the drive, then the file system you want to use (NTFS, FAT16, etc.). To begin, click Format, then wait for the process to complete.

Apacer USB 3.0 repair format option

Step 3. For a low-level format (one that returns the drive to its default factory settings), select the "Restore" option. Confirm your choice, then wait for the process to complete.

Apacer USB 3.0 repair restore option

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. 

Step 1. Press Windows + R to open Run, then type Regedit to open the Registry editor. 

open registry editor to remove apacer usb flash drive write protection

Step 2. In the Registry Editor, Navigate to the following key: 

Step 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. 

Step 4. After completing all the steps above, reconnect your Apacer USB drive and you should find that the write protection has been removed. Now you'll be able to format the drive.

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. 

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