Flash drive has been corrupted

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Hi,

 

My important files in my flashdrive has been corrupted. I saved some files on it and it does not appear but the memory of my flashdrive has been lessen. Is there a possibility that I can recover those files? If yes, how? I need those files and I don't have any back up.  Please enlighten me. Thank you so much.

 

Dianne Kittleson

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Flash drive has been corrupted

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Hi

How do you say that the Flash drive is corrupted?  You said that when you put data on it you cannot see but size is decreasing. That means you only cannot see the files. Isn’t it?.

Before going for the recovering process first try this on another open source operating system. Perhaps then the files will show.

I could provide an absolute solution if you had mentioned the operation system that you are using. If you using the Window 7 operating system go to the “Organize — > folder and search options” and then in the “View” tab unable the “Hide protected operating system files option” and then see whether you can see the content in the flash drive.  

Thank you

Answered By 0 points N/A #93931

Flash drive has been corrupted

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FILE RECOVERY FROM A CORRUPT USB ,

By use of RECOVER USB DRIVE DATA 3.0.1.5

this software is compatible with windows and supports all types of Usb drives.

It has a graphical user interface which is friendly . The tool provides recovery of all corrupted , formatted or deleted files folders and can be restored by the software.

The software scans full usb drive and restores the data back on the disk.

It can restore files from : kingston,konica,sony,sandisk and transcend.

t detects and repair all deleted formatted audio video, picture, images and music files and restore on disk.

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Flash drive has been corrupted

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Hi Dianne,

You can recover your files successfully using an application/software called 'Recovermyfiles' which you can download the trial version for free from the following site: http://www.recovermyfiles.com/

Once you have downloaded it, install it on your system and then plug in your flash drive. Run recover my files and choose the flash drive as the drive to recover your files from. Wait for the process to finish and from the list of recovered files, choose the ones that you may want to save.

Hope this helps.

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Regards,

Lee Hung.

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