Best way to Recover USB Drive Pictures on Windows
USB drives are most frequently used to transfer files from one device to another device. USB drives are commonly called thumb drives, pen drives, flash drives, etc. USB drives can be directly plugged into your computer via the USB port. USB drives are very small, portable and durable storage devices, which can store different types of files. USB drives have a maximum data transfer speed of about 100 Mbps. But, generally, USB drives operate in the range of 18-28 MBPS and uses flash technology to store a large amount of data. When you connect the USB drive to a computer, the operating system recognizes it as a separate disk drive. If you want to remove the USB drive from your computer then you should use an appropriate on the screen eject control like “Safely Remove Hardware” icon which is located at the right side of the Windows taskbar. Most commonly, USB drives are used to transfer photos from one system to another system. In a few cases, you may accidentally remove the USB drive from the computer while transferring photos may result in loss of photos. You can retrieve photos from a corrupted USB drive using the relevant recovery tool.
If you pull out the USB drive without using the “Safely Remove Hardware” icon even after transferring all the photos may also result in a loss of files. Because it is possible that the operating system of your computer is accessing the file system of the USB drive in the background without any indication. If you interrupt this process then the file system may get corrupted, which may do not allow you to access pictures from the USB drive resulting in loss of photos. USB drives do not have any moving parts like the hard drives hence, they are less susceptible to mechanical failures. But sometimes USB drives may get the corrupted due to logical problems like power failures, abruptly ejecting the USB drives, accidental formatting USB drive, etc. External threats like virus attack are the common problem that corrupts the USB drive. If you want to get rid of viruses then you need to use antivirus applications. But, sometimes the USB drives get severely corrupted by viruses. In such a case, you need to format the USB drive to completely remove the viruses from the USB drives but it completely erases the contents of a USB drive. However, with the help of an updated version of Windows File Recovery tool, you can easily recover files deleted using shift deleted command on Windows 7. to know more visit: https://www.windowsfilerecovery.net/shift-deleted-files-from-windows-7.html
In order to avoid loss of your memorable photographs, take a backup of the essential photos. Always, use the “Safely Remove Hardware” icon. Make use of UPS to avoid loss of photos due to power failures. If you have lost the image files from a USB drive then stop using that corrupted USB drive and use the efficient recovery software.
Windows File Recovery software retrieves lost or accidentally deleted photos from a corrupted USB drive. Along with photos, this tool can also restore different types of files like audio files, video files, text files, etc. If you have an accidentally formatted USB drive, then also you can use this application to restore lost pictures from a formatted USB drive. It even supports data recovery from various kinds of memory cards, Apple iPods, USB drives, FireWire drives, etc. This software features a Find option which locates and restores lost photos quickly. Download free demo version, where you can preview recovered photos using the preview option.
Follow the steps to recover USB drive pictures on Windows OS:
Step 1: Run the Windows File Recovery application on your system. Then connect affected USB drive to that computer.
Step 2: Choose Recover Files option. Continue to select the USB drive in the list of accessible drives.
Step 3: Hit on the Scan button. The software starts scanning for pictures in the USB drive.
Step 4: The scanned results are displayed in Data View and File Type View panes.
Step 5: You can preview files in the recovery list with a right-click.
Step 6: Save the recovered data on a CD/DVD drive or any other drive.