Recover Pictures from Flash Drive

Yesterday I wanted to format my system so, before formatting it I backed up my essential image files and other required data from it on my flash drive. After formatting the system, when I connected my flash drive to the system to restore backed up data back on it, I was shocked!!! As I was denied to access data from my flash drive even after multiple tries. Image files or pictures which I stored on it are really important to me and I don’t want to lose it. So, can anyone suggest me how to recover pictures from flash drive which has become inaccessible?

You have been denied to access your data or image files due to corrupt flash drive, but don’t get worried as you can easily overcome from this problem. Flash drive is reliable and a portable storage device which can be used to store and share data. But, sometimes user will not be able to access data from it as mentioned in the above scenario because, there are various reasons due to which it may get corrupted.

So, to regain access or to restore photos from flash drive, you might be worrying but actually there is nothing to worry as picture recovery from flash drive can be easily done by making use of a standard recovery tool named as Digital Picture Recovery Software. Along with picture recovery from flash drive, this efficient tool will also help you to restore images from hard drive of your system in a short span of time.

Common scenarios for flash drive corruption

  • File System Corruption: File system is the way of organizing and managing the files stored on a drive. So, if the file system of your flash drive gets corrupted, then you won’t be able to access data from it, and this leads to huge data loss.
  • Virus Attack: If you interface your flash drive to the virus infected system to backup or share data, then there are chances for flash drive corruption. This may result in loss of your important data including image files.
  • Abrupt Removal: While transferring files from system to flash drive or vice versa, if you abruptly remove or disconnect your flash drive without using ”Safely Remove” option, then there are possibilities for flash drive corruption.

Key features of digital picture recovery software

Digital Picture Recovery Software is a best and perfect tool to restore photos from flash drive. It is an efficient utility that even helps you to get back photos from flash drive which has been formatted. This application can also be used to recover photos from corrupted SD card, USB drive, memory stick, hard drive etc. This flash drive photo recovery program supports all image file formats like JPEG, PNG, GIF, PSD, TIF etc. It also helps you recover pictures from flash drive of various brands such as Sony, SanDisk, Transcend, Kingston etc. It can easily recover pictures that are captured using various devices like digital cameras, cell phones, iDevices etc. It is one of the strongest and secure tools available in the market to restore photos from flash drive. This software has simple and easy to user interface that guides with screen instructions to know how to recover pictures from flash drive. It facilitates you to Preview the recovered images before restoration.

Follow the steps to know how to recover pictures from flash drive:

Step 1:  Get started by launching the software after the installation. Then select “Recover Drives” option from the first screen

Recover Pictures from Flash Drive - Main Window

Fig 1: First Window

Step 2: Now select either “Partitions Recovery” or “Formatted / Reformatted Recovery” option based on the factor of data loss. Now you need to select the connected flash drive from which you need to recover photos.

Recover Pictures from Flash Drive - Select Corrupted SD Card Drive

Fig 2: Select Recovery Mode

Step 3: Select the recovered photos from the list and preview it. Use the save option and store the recovered photos to any valid location.

Recover Pictures from Flash Drive - View recovered files

Fig 3: View Recovered Pictures

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