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USB pen drive quick format recover


H4rDw4rE

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Hi guys,

Back in the 2005 I recovered few pen drive data, even after quick format of pen drive using recover my files.

Now I have FAT32 pen drive which could not be read (windows 7/8.1 and linux enviroment) and I decided to make quick format.

What I need now is some reliable (not free, if possible) application to get back my data.

Any recomendation (possible with link here on nsane :-D).

Thanks in advance.

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You can try Recuva. It might not find anything, OTOH it won't do any damage.

https://www.ccleaner.com/recuva

though it's free. Wondering why you want a commercial product ?

https://www.ccleaner.com/recuva/features/recovery-from-damaged-or-formatted-disks

You can get the portable version here:

https://www.ccleaner.com/recuva/builds

Remember to recover anything to your HD, not the pendrive, or it will overwrite files .....

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Hi,

Try one of those:

 

LC Technology Filerecovery Enterprise 5.5.9.8

or LC Technology RescuePRO Deluxe 6.0.1.7

cheers,

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Tried few solutions:

1. Stellar Phoenix Windows Data Recovery (latest)

2. Recuva (latest)

3.  LC Technology Filerecovery Enterprise 5.5.9.8

Results, except Recuva, are similar but  LC Technology Filerecovery has good filename recovery and it is pretty fast.

Most of files has original names and could be easily recognized.

Stellar is good too, but it is some kind of slow (pend drive is about 4GB in size) and needs an hour to finish scanning.

Recuva is fast, but not recovered to much data.

@Pequi

That is main reason why I avoid free tools for damaged drives. Most of the time commercial tools give better results.

Recuva is good for recent deleted files but for heavy damaged drives it is better to use special software.

 

Thanks guys for help.

 

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2 hours ago, H4rDw4rE said:

Recuva is fast, but not recovered to much data.

@Pequi

That is main reason why I avoid free tools for damaged drives. Most of the time commercial tools give better results.

Recuva is good for recent deleted files but for heavy damaged drives it is better to use special software.

I always use the "deep scan" option, which is not the default. Takes much longer, though.

Whatever, problem solved.

 

 

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