Photo Recovery Software

Digital Photo Recovery from USB Drive

Lost the valuable photos fom USB Drive?
Digital Photo Recovery tool helps you to recover deleted and lost photos from all types of external hard drives

Digital Photo Recovery software is a powerful photo recovery software that recovers deleted/lost photos on Mac and Windows

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Photo or image is like an index for remembering your memorable moments which you came across in your life like wedding ceremony, a family trip to US, your child’s first birthday, etc. Compare to the ancient technology of photography, digital photography is very advantageous. Digital cameras are very easy to use and give a high resolution picture. When it comes to storage and maintenance of photos, it is very simple with digital photos, because no need to keep hard copies of photos in big albums. USB drive is a storage device, which can be used for storing and transferring data from one device to another device. USB drives use non-volatile memory, which retains the saved information. USB drives are also called as Universal Serial Bus drives.

 

Hard drives on the other hand are also storage devices which are used to store operating system, system files and application software. But the main difference between hard drive and USB drive is that, a USB drive can store application but cannot be used to run system level applications. The updated capacity of USB drive is 256GB. Similar to other external storage devices, USB drives are also prone to data loss. Data can be lost or deleted due to various reasons like accidental deletion, formatting or corruption of files. To recover pictures deleted from USB drive you need to use good digital photo recovery software, which helps you to recover USB drive files. The software should be able to recover files from various operating systems. Click here to know the process of recovery on Mac OS.

 

Common scenarios of image file loss in USB drive:           

  • Accidental formatting: Formatting the USB drive accidentally without proper data backup makes us lose the files stored in it.
  • Improper Usage: Improper usage of USB drive like pulling it out forcefully while data transfer is going on can corrupt the pictures stored in it and hence make them inaccessible.
  • Incomplete Transfer Process: Sudden power failure or Improper shutdown of the computer while process of data transfer is not completed can also corrupt the media files stored in USB drive. Improper ejection of USB drive may be another reason for the media file loss.
  • Due to Malware: Viruses are the most common reason for corrupting pictures and videos stored in USB drive. USB drive on Windows operating system can be corrupted due to Virus attack and hence makes the videos stored in it inaccessible. Performing Anti Virus scan on USB drive can also be a reason of media file loss because some critical media files may get deleted from the USB drive when it is scanned. Know the full process of recovering digital pictures from a corrupted memory stick or a USB drive.
  • Defragmentation failure: Defragmentation is the process of re-arranging the files and disk space into contiguous locations in order to reduce the disk space. If this process is not completed successfully or fails due to some errors then there may be chances of files getting lost or erased.

 

To overcome the above mentioned scenarios you need to protect your computer’s power with UPS (Uninterruptable Power Supply). Make sure that your computer is shut down properly. Avoid forcing the computer to turn off by pressing and holding the power button. Don’t save any new files on your affected hard drives or USB drives because it may overwrite the data on your drive. Once if it is overwritten then it’s not possible to recover data from the drive. But still you can recover deleted pictures from USB drive by using professional photo undeleting utility.

 

This powerful software helps you to recover hard drive files by scanning the entire drive in very few minutes. This software has an ability to recognize and recover files based on their unique signatures. It can easily restore pictures after format error is encountered. The software recovers more than 280 file types and also supports recovery of files from FAT16, FAT32, NTFS, NTFS5, ExtFAT drive. It restores the media files even after the re-installation of Windows. This software supports recovery of video file types like AVI, MOV, MPEG, 3GP etc and even recovers RAW digital pictures. This software is compatible with all the latest versions of Windows and Mac operating system & easily recover pictures from USB drive. Before buying this software you can download the demo version to evaluate how the software recovers  your lost or deleted files. You can also preview deleted or lost files prior to saving it using the preview option. If satisfied with the demo results you can buy the full version of the software. Later, you can activate the software and then load previously saved recovery session to restore your lost files. You can compress your recovered files to save your disk space or you can also save recovered data to CD/DVD or any accessible storage drives. 

 

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Follow the steps given below to restore pictures from USB Drive:

 

Step 1: Connect USB drive it to a healthy PC where the software has already been installed.  Start the application by double clicking the desktop shortcut or by selecting it from the Programs list in the Start Menu. The main window is displayed as shown in Figure 1. Select the "Recover Photos" option as shown in Figure 1.

 

Recover Pictures from USB Drive - main Screen

Figure 1. Home Screen

 

Step 2: Once you select "Recover Photos" option from figure 1, a new window displays two options namely "Recover Lost Photos" and "Recover Deleted Photos". Select "Recover Deleted Photos" option to manually select the drive / partition from which the photos have been lost and proceed with photo recovery as shown in Figure 2.

 

Recover Pictures from USB Drive  - Select source drive

Figure 2. Select Recover Deleted Photos

 

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Step 3: When you select "Recover Deleted Photos" option from figure 3, the next window that appears, displays the connected physical and logical drives as shown in Figure 3. Select the drive / partition from which you want to recover lost digital camera photos and click on "Next".

 

Recover Pictures from USB Drive - Select file type

Figure 3. Select Physical / Logical Drive

 

Step 4: You can perform an additional search for photos based on their unique signature by selecting the listed file types as shown in Figure 4. You can also select the "Skip" option to skip this step and proceed with the scanning process.

 

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Figure 4. Select File Type

 

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Step 5: Once you click the "Next" or the "Skip" button, the software starts scanning the selected drive / partition as shown in Figure 5. While scanning the software displays the Start time, Elapsed time and the percentage of scanning that has been completed.

 

Recover Pictures from USB Drive  - Found files and folders

Figure 5. Scanning Process

 

Step 6: Once the scanning process is finished, the recovered photos are displayed. The recovered photos can be viewed using the Data View or the File Type View option as shown in Figure 6.

 

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Figure 6. View Recovered Photos

 

Step 7: To preview the recovered photos, you can make use of the "Preview" option. The "Save Recovery Session" option lets you save the scanned information. This information can later be loaded using the "Open Recovery Session" option so that rescanning the entire drive / partition can be avoided

    

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Figure 7. Preview Photos

 

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