USB Media Data Recovery Software allows user to recover lost data from external hard drive, USB drive, flash drive, USB memory stick, portable music players, memory cards, digital cameras and other USB digital storage media. Software facilitates to recover all missing photos, audio-video files, text files, and other types of files from different types of removable media. USB media file restoration software uses advance disk scanning techniques to search and recover data lost due to various cases such as accidental data deletion, improper device handling, formatted USB storage media, virus attack, logically corrupted or damaged flash drive, human fault and other data loss situations. Removable media data recovery program facilitates to browse destination path where you want to save all recovered files and folders at specified location in computer hard drive. Software easily installs on all latest versions of Windows OS and provides user friendly environment easy to use. Software Features: 1. Provide facility to recover data saved in all file extensions including DOC, TXT, PPT, PDF, XLS, MP3, MP4, MPEG, AVI, WAV, WMF, JPEG, BMP, GIF, PNG, EXE, RAR, ZIP and more. 2. Allow user to recover data even if Drive not formatted or Drive not detected or other system error messages generated while accessing USB media on PC or Laptop. 3. Software works with different capacity of removable devices including 64MB, 128MB, 256MB, 512MB, 1GB, 2GB, 4GB, 8GB, 16GB and other higher capacities. 4. Provide different data searching modes: Basic Search, Deep Search and Signature Search mode to recover data from USB mass storage media. 5. Support all major manufacturers of USB media including Transcend, Kingston, SanDisk, Samsung, Toshiba, Sony, HP, Lexar, Moserbaer and more popular brands. 6. Provide preview facility to view all missing data from USB removable media before actual recovery.
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