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  • If you are looking for a guide to recover formatted USB drive data on your computer, this article will help. People can't access the important files once the USB drive gets 

    formatted. Fortunately, you can still get them back with some tricks. Please check it out below and you will be able to recover formatted USB drive on Window 10/8/7. 

    Part 1: Recover Formatted USB via CMD

    In this part, I will introduce the way to recover files from formatted USB flash drive using CMD(command prompt). Please check on the step-by-step guide below.

    Step 1 Firstly, please plug your formatted USB flash drive into your computer.

    Step 2 Enter "cmd" in the search bar on your computer and run the Command Prompt. 

    Step 3 On the Command Prompt window, please enter "attrib -h -r -s /s /d (drive letter):\*.*". For instance, if you want to recover data from your formatted Disk(G), you should enter "attrib -h -r -s /s /d G:\*.*" 

    Wait for the process to an end and check if you can access the formatted USB data. If you can, then the job is done. On the contrary, you should continue to read the guide in part 2 for a solution.

    Part 2: Recover Formatted USB Drive with Data Recovery Tool

    Data Recovery tool can be your best choice if you fail to recover formatted USB by using CMD. The program is a powerful tool that will help users to recover lost, deleted or 

    formatted data from USB drive. Want to know how it works? Please continue to read:
    • Edited by Liliu Ray Saturday, December 23, 2017 5:05 PM
    Saturday, December 23, 2017 8:34 AM

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  • If you want to recover lost, deleted or formatted data from pen drive. Then no need to worry about that simply read this article and know the solution. This article is very informative. It is very useful for each and every users. By using this software user can recovers all types of data like images, videos, audio's, multimedia, documents etc.

    For more details, please read this article:

    Monday, December 17, 2018 9:22 AM