Toshiba USB Flash Drive Not Working

 October 24, 2016      
 File Recovery   

Are you finding it difficult to handle USB flash drive after losing data from it? The following is the situation which many users have faced recently.

“I have 16GB Toshiba pen drive, which I bought 4 months back. Mostly I prefer to connect it only to my system. Yesterday one of my friends have taken it and returned by evening. Today morning when I connected it to system, it is not getting recognized by the system. I’m worried about my data in it. Is there any way to get back the data from it? Please respond to this thread with a simple method. Any ideas gratefully appreciated.”

Even though it’s just a pen drive, the data present in it could be important to users. You can buy many pen drives of that type but not data, isn’t it? There are various reasons which create data loss from your Toshiba USB flash drive. The following list will explain few from them:

  • Accidental deletion of important files instead of unwanted ones
  • USB flash drive gets corrupted making all its data inaccessible
  • Interruptions while transferring files from USB flash drive to other storage
  • Using USB drive in multiple devices

The above situations arises and makes you to feel depress. However, don’t worry, you can get access to  a predefined solution for your problem. Follow below paragraph to know about it.

Preeminent tool to exploit

Use Yodot File Recovery software when your Toshiba flash drive is not working. It uses innovative scanning technique to scan the each and every sector of the flash drive to finish retrieving process with quick speed. This tool enables you to restore more than 300+ file types like spread sheets, PDF’s, audios, documents, images, videos, etc with ease. It has only read only access so it won’t alter any contents in the file. Two different view types are provided to make file selection easier such as ‘Data View’ and ‘File Type View’. An extra opportunity is provided called ‘RAW Search’ to find files based on unique file signatures. To avoid rescan of the entire drive, this program is providing ‘Save Recovery Session’ option. This technique will be executed only on Windows operating system (Windows XP, Vista, Server 2003 and 2008, 7, 8, 8.1 and 10).

Follow below steps to use the application

Connect the USB flash drive to a healthy Windows PC -> By visiting this link you can download Yodot tool on it -> After installing the program, it will launch automatically -> On main screen you will have two options called ‘Deleted File Recovery’ and ‘Lost File Recovery’ -> Take one option which suits most with your scenario -> The application scans for drives that are available on the system -> Pick the externally connected USB drive -> Allow the software to scan the drive -> As soon as it done, you will be listed by restored files -> Use two distinct view types for file selection -> Preview the files for confirmation -> At last, send the files to target destination path.