If you're looking for an effective method of rebuilding flash, I suggest you a specialized program for this purpose. She's called Unformat, and she's been acting like this for a long time. Otherwise, I'm sending you to the article on the hardware means of reanimating the flash drive.
At first, according to tradition, a little about the program, its basic characteristics. Key functions Unformat:
- Support for recovery of exFAT files, Apple HFS+ " Linux ExtFS. Flashes are, in general, formatted in FAT and less in NTFS. But this Flash Recovery program supports both NTFS and FAT32 and FAT.
- Advanced files and files scan
- Works on USB interface with attached discs and flash drives
- Works. photographic equipmentdigital cameras, smartphones, players, etc.
Step 1: select the device to maintain
In our case, we need to select all the physical devices and put a flash drive on the list to follow up on the files by reference to her name.
Step 2. Scan of the device
The program will begin deep scanning the flash drive in search of the files you erased. This process may take a long time, ranging from a few minutes to a half hour, depending on the level of the flashing device. I've had this procedure for about five minutes with a standard way of scanning files.
- First, the time of completion is indicated.
- Second, the scan speed is detected.
- Thirdly, we see that several sections can be found on the device, although, in fact, there is only one. The point is, this program to restore flash drives without problems detects remote files. That is its value. However, the most important thing in rebuilding from the flash drive is that the user can see the type of section, its location by sector, and the status, the likelihood of the return of information. There are two statuses:
- Bad: probability low; there's not always a chance to re-establish Flash files.
- Excellent: There is a certain possibility of returning remote files.
Step 3. Flow scan check
Let's get this straight. You see a window in front of you with a scan of the device:
- F/SType of file system. It helps to focus if you remember when you formatted the disk.
- Size: size of section on flush
- First Sectorstarting the first sector of the section
- Total Sectors: total number of sections
- Details. This may indicate that the disk was rewritten by another section. This is not good, because the likelihood of data being returned is reduced in many ways.