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Retrieve Data from Formatted Toshiba USB2.0 Portable External Hard Drive


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Have you accidentally formatted your Toshiba USB2.0 portable external hard drive? Wants to get back lost photos and videos…don’t worry! You are at the right place. Just download Unformat Formatted Data software on your computer and use it to retrieve data from formatted Toshiba USB2.0 portable external hard drive. You can also use this Unformat data tool to get back files from formatted HDD in few easy mouse clicks.

People around the globe use external hard drive to save their valuable files and folders, photos and videos, etc. Still like other hard disk drives, data may also lose from external hard drive. You might lose some of your important emails and bank details saved on the external hard drive due to accidental formatting of drive or accidental deletion of files. However, by using data recovery tools you can recover deleted data from formatted hard disk on Windows 7 or on Mac OS.

There are enormous reasons for data loss from Toshiba USB2.0 portable external hard drive in which formatting is the most prominent. Format is the process by which operating system deletes all data from the logical drives and assigns a file system like FAT or NTFS for proper data management. You might accidentally format your Toshiba USB2.0 portable external hard drive while trying to format some other data storage drive and thus lose precious files present on the external hard drive.

In addition to accidental formatting, you may even lose data from Toshiba external hard drive or any other data storage drive due to "Format Error". This error comes when you connect external hard drive to a computer. It can ask you to format the drive to continue and if you by mistake press OK, then complete data is lost from the external hard drive. Moreover, using Windows Disk Management or Mac Disk Utility tool to format or reformat external hard drive will also result in loss of important data. To know more about format drive recovery visit here : http://www.unformatdata.com/recover-data-from-accidentally-formatted-mac-hard-drive.html

Important – Lost or deleted data from various data storage drives can be recover as long as it is not overwritten by fresh files. Therefore, experts over the globe have suggested starting of data recovery process as soon as possible for best results.


Unformat Data is the best application available on internet to recover lost files from formatted Toshiba USB2.0 external hard drive or any other data storage drive. You can use it to recover digital pictures from formatted Kingston DataTraveler USB drive. Moreover, you will find it best recover accidentally deleted data from microSDHC Transcend memory card. This software will even recover files from flash memory cards of game consoles like Sony PlayStation, Xbox, and Nintendo. You can connect memory card of your device through card reader to the computer on which software is installed and perform data recovery process. This software will also help you recover all your important documents from formatted hard drive even if you don't have any technical background. To get more info about this visit: http://www.unformatdata.com/documents-from-formatted-hard-drive.html.

Steps to retrieve data from formatted Toshiba external hard drive:

  1. Connect Toshiba USB2.0 portable external hard drive on the computer on which software is installed. Now double click on the desktop shortcut to launch home page of application. On this page, click "Recover Partitions / Drives" as shown in fig A
  2. Retrieve Data from Formatted Toshiba USB2.0 Portable External Hard Drive - Select Recover Partitions / Drives

    Fig A: Select Recover Partitions / Drives


  3. Click "Formatted / Reformatted Recovery" and then select the formatted external hard drive from the list of logical drives as shown in fig B
  4. Retrieve Data from Formatted Toshiba USB2.0 Portable External Hard Drive - Select External Hard Drive

    Fig B: Select External Hard Drive

  5. In few minutes, you will see a list of recovered files and folders. Finally, save them in any of your desired storage location

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