USB Thumb Drive Data Recovery

USB Thumb Drive Data Recovery

USB Thumb Drive Data Recovery

The on-the-go data storage method of choice, USB thumb drives are often chosen for their ease of use and ease of portability. Thumb drives are generally convenient options for students or professionals who use more than one computer on a regular basis, as well as someone who works from home, but requires the transport of data for meetings or shared work.

USB thumb drives have an advantage of not requiring an internet connection to move data from one place to another. With a small and light size, these thumb drives offer ease of transportability and can be slid in and out of their self-enclosed case to offer protection against bumps or damage.

Because of the hardy nature of USB thumb drives, they typically function as expected and do not suffer from much malfunction or data loss. Of course, even a reliable device can experience unexpected difficulties and your USB may experience a virus or mutilation due to another device to which it was connected.

If your USB thumb drive will not be recognized by another device, presents with a data error or shows data loss when it properly connected, connect a professional to restore working order to your USB.

At Data Recovery 47, we service USB thumb drive data loss from:

-Physical damage or impact

-Accidental deletion

-Viruses or deletion messages

-Malformed, cracked or broken thumb drive

-Device not recognized by computer

-Error messages

-Heat or water damage

-Unusual noises when connected to computer

-Missing data

Understanding your USB thumb drive

A USB thumb drive is a device that goes by many names: flash drive, memory stick and USB stick all refer to the same, reliable, portable device. The USB thumb drive is accurately named, as it is approximately the size of a thumb and can be slid in and out of a protective case for easy transportation. The thumb drive is a memory stick that can be inserted into one device to save the data and then transported to another device to access your data in any location. It is also used as an affordable backup storage solution.

USB memory sticks can hold different amounts of data, depending on the particular stick. When originally created in 2000, USB sticks were capable of holding a relatively significant amount for the times, but in the ensuing years have become capable of holding ever increasing amounts of data.

When it comes to data recovery, USB devices tend to range on the easier size of data restoration due to the nature of their shape and intention. Data loss typically occurs with regard to the insertion piece, often because it has become malformed or damaged, but the internal chip of the thumb drive, which sits inside the cover, is usually left unharmed. This makes data recovery a straightforward process.

Hoping to get your data back from your USB thumb drive? Reach out to Data Recovery 47 today to see how we can get your memory stick back up and running in no time.