Data Recovery from Formatted USB Hard Drive

It is understandable that how worried you will be, when your external USB drive will be formatted unknowingly. Usually, we use external hard drive to keep our essential data securely. You can format your USB drive accidentally or to get rid of some unexpected problems. After that, you will lose complete data from the drive. Then, you must want to get back those lost information in some easy way. But, what will you do to perform formatted USB hard drive recovery. Here is a complete solution to restore external drive after formatting. USB Hard Drive Recovery application uses advanced algorithm to retrieve files from formatted USB hard disk. You can employ this utility to revive information from well-known brands external drives in almost every circumstance of formatting.

Here are some situations that may leads to formatting of your external drive:

  • Accidental formatting: A majority of users format their external drive unintentionally attempting to format any other partition. It may happen with both novice and professional users although taking sufficient care while using such command. It repeatedly happens due to incorrect selection of partition before formatting.
  • Due to not Formatted Error: in many cases, when you connect your USB drive to system you may get some message like “The drive is not formatted. Do you want to format it now?” Then, if you unknowingly select ‘Yes’ option, all data will gone immediately.
  • Virus Infection: Virus infection on USB hard drive is very common as it is portable in various systems. Due to infection of some dangerous external threats, file system of the drive is corrupted and all information in it becomes inaccessible. Then, formatting is easy way to remove those threats.

In all these above situations, you will lose intact information from the USB hard drive without any doubt. But, do not get restless; you can recover formatted USB hard drive easily within few couple of clicks. The external USB drive recovery tool is able to unformat Seagate hard drive as well as other external hard drives like Buffalo MiniStation, Transcend, and Hitachi USB drives. No matter how your drive is formatted, you can employ this drive restoration utility to recover data from formatted USB hard drive. This tool supports recovering of data on different types of external hard drives like SATA, PATA, IDE, SCSI etc.

Apart from formatted USB hard drive recovery, you can utilize this application to restore all information from corrupted USB drive in various circumstances. This recovery program has inbuilt scanning procedure to retrieve files using their unique file signature. More than 300 types of files including PowerPoint files, Word documents, PDF files, spreadsheets, images, videos, audio files, etc can be recovered with the help of this USB Hard Drive Recovery utility. It will also allow you to recover deleted data from system partition, external hard drive and different types of memory cards. You can use this restoration program on Windows to revive FAT32, FAT16, NTFS, ExFAT and NTFS5 formatted partition. Besides that, if you want to restore any external hard drive on Mac computer, no need to fund any other application and make use of this tool. To know more about its effectiveness in such state of affair visit this link: http://www.usbharddriverecovery.net/mac.html.

Follow these steps to recover formatted USB hard drive

Step 1: Download and install USB drive restoration tool on your computer and connect USB drive to it. After launching the application, select "Recover Drives" option from the main window as shown in fig 1.

Formatted USB Hard Drive Recovery - Main Window

Fig 1: Main Window

Step 2: In this step, you need to select formatted USB drive from the list of logical drives as shown in fig 2.

Formatted USB Hard Drive Recovery - Select Drive

Fig 2: Select Drive

Step 3: After completion of recovery, you will see the list of recovered files as shown in fig 3.

Formatted USB Hard Drive Recovery - List of Recovered Files

Fig 3: List of Recovered Files

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