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Removable media data recovery software
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User uses several removable media to transfer bulk amount of data and sometimes lost important files or documents due to several reasons including formatted drive, virus attack, system fault and other reasons. 001Micron has developed USB digital media data recovery software that undelete and salvages all your data including audio, video files, pictures, image, files and folders etc from your data storage removable media. Data retrieval utility helps users to recover data of files formats including mpeg, mov, wav, midi, avi, png, bmp, jpg, jpeg, gif, riff, tiff, doc etc from your removable media including thumb drive, mp3 player, pen drive, external flash drive, micro drive, smart drive and other equivalent USB storage devices.
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Removable media data recovery software
Select any one Recovery Mode to restore deleted data.

Software Features:

  • Retrieve files even if ‘drive not formatted’ message is displayed.
  • Software retrieves data from formatted, corrupted or logically damaged removable media drive.
  • File Retrieval Software supports recovery of all compressed zip, hidden and encrypted file system.
  • Software supports major brands including Apacer, AVB, Kingmax, Lexar, PQI, Ridata, Supermedia, Superflash, Transcend, Sony in all capacities e.g. 64MB, 128MB, 256MB, 512MB, 1GB, 2GB, 4GB or higher capacity drives.
  • Software recovers data from all removable drives such as Mass storage enabled storage devices, MP3/MP4 Players, Digital Audio Players, Portable Media Players, Portable Gaming Systems, External flash drive, Micro drive, Smart drive, Flash drive, Compact drive, Flash Pen drive, Memory stick, Zip drive, Jump drive Compact Flash Memory card, Mobile Communicator, PDA (Personal Digital Assistance), Handheld Computers, Micro drive etc.

Common data loss situations:

  • Erased and deleted files
  • Virus/worm attack
  • Formatted disk drives
  • Human mistake
  • Faulty storage media
  • Software corruption
  • Hardware failure and more