Flash drives are fast, convenient, and inexpensive, often making them the perfect tool for backing up important files or transferring them from one computer to another. However, physical damage to the flash drive, accidentally deleting files, or simply receiving a defective unit can all suddenly render your drive – and the files on it – unreadable in an instant.
When that happens, and you need flash drive data recovery, it’s important to take two steps immediately:
1. First, don’t write, save, or edit files on the drive in any way. Because of the way flash drives work, adding any new information could overwrite the data that’s already there (even if those files have already been deleted). The best thing to do with the flash drive at that point is nothing at all.
2. Then, contact a team that’s familiar with professional flash drive data recovery. Like SSDs and traditional hard drives, flash drives have their own systems that call for unique data recovery expertise. The last thing you want is to work with an untrained vendor who could do more damage than good.
It isn’t unusual for flash drive to contain sensitive, unique, or even encrypted files – TTR’s team of data recovery specialists can help you recover any of them. Before you end up waiting weeks for the wrong result, get in touch with TTR first for expert flash drive data recovery that’s fast and effective.