Software to Restore Formatted Pen Drive

Lost your valuable data after formatting the pen drive? It may be accidental or intentional formatting, you can recover formatted pen drive data with Unformat Data software. Just launch the software once free download is complete, and connect your pen drive to the system. Select the pen drive from where data needs to be restored, and click Scan. It recovers all your data and allows free preview of the recovered files before even you purchase the tool. Download now!!!



The pen drive is a portable Universal Serial Bus (USB) flash memory device used for storing and transferring audio, video, and data files to computer. It is typically removable, rewritable and physically much smaller than an optical disc. With the increased popularity of the pen drive, most of us frequently save important data in order to accustom them as soon as possible. But one fine day when you are about to transfer a few of the crucial information stored on pen drive connected to system mistakenly formatted it. Later, when plugged it again was really shocked to see that entire pen drive has become empty. Since you may be is a deep sense of disappointment. But fortunately, the entire data from the pen drive within a few minutes.

Easily restore formatted data from a USB pen drive

Here is an excellent and simplest way to quite easily unformat pen drive using the Unformat Data Software. This is a comprehensive tool that can unformat pen drive easily and quickly within a few simple steps. It has built-in scanning algorithms to perform a deep scanning of formatted pen drive to get back data including documents, pictures, audio, video, spreadsheets, etc. This software can quite easily unformat pen drive as well as other portable drives like USB flash drive, Thumb drive, etc. It supports various flash drive manufacturing brands such as SanDisk, Transcend, Kingston, LaCie, HP, Sony, etc. Further, you can employ this ready to use tool to unformat NTFS partition on your system with ease.

What are the Possible Reasons behind Formatting Pen Drive?

  • Virus or Malware Attacks: Sometimes, formatting a pen drive becomes mandatory due to virus or malware infection. As a result of this, the entire pen drive gets corrupt making you format pen drive result in data loss.
  • Abrupt Removal of the USB Pen Drive: In certain instances, while transferring data stored on a pen drive to your computer, if you end up abruptly unplug or eject the pen drive. As a result of this, the corresponding file system get corrupt making you forcefully format the pen drive lead to data loss.
  • Accidental Formatting: At times, you may accidentally format a pen drive connected to your system, instead of some other system drive. As a result of this, you may lose entire data stored on a pen drive.
  • Making Use of Third-Party Tool: Sometimes, making use of an unreliable third-party tool can be the cause behind formatting pen drive. As an outcome of this, you may lose entire data stored on the pen drive.
  • Sudden Interruption: Most of the times, while transferring data stored on the pen drive to your system as a sudden if abruptly power surge occurs. As an outcome of this, you may lose entire data stored on the pen drive.

Regardless of this, you may take proper data backup from pen drive to other systems. Always follow safety guidelines before ejecting or inserting pen drive to other storage devices to prevent any sort of corruption. Instead, you can make use of Unformat Pen Drive software that is the right one to quickly unformat pen drive. This utility can not only recover data from formatted as well as reformatted, corrupt or inaccessible pen drive. Even, if the pen drive is not recognized by the computer, this program can also locate and recover file and folders from a formatted pen drive. In addition, you can employ this software to restore data from formatted micro SDHC Transcend memory card with a great ease.

Besides pen drives, Unformat Pen drive software supports the recovery of data from various other storage media like the hard drives of various types like SATA, SCSI, IDE, PATA, etc. and external hard drive such as FireWire drive, SSD drive and many others. With the aid of this simple user interface, it's possible to get back data from the formatted pen drive supported by FAT16, FAT32, NTFS, NTFS5, exFAT, HFS and HFSX file system. This is a cent percent safe data recovery algorithm recovers data from pen drive without any damage or harm. It provides an option to preview unformatted data before saving them to the desired storage location. This software has been specially designed to unformat formatted pen drive compatible on latest versions of Windows OS 10, 8, 7, Vista, XP, 2003, 2000, etc and Mac OS X Lion, Leopard, Snow Leopard, Mavericks, Yosemite, El Capitan, Sierra etc. With the help of this app, a user can easily recover deleted data from hard drive after chkdsk error.

Important Guidelines:

  • Always safely eject pen drive connected to your system to avoid format errors
  • Always scan your pen drive with genuine antivirus software to prevent virus or malware attacks
  • Backup your vital file and folders from pen drive to other external storage devices to prevent data loss at later stages

Steps to recover data from formatted pen drive:

1. Download and install the Unformat Data Software on your PC. Connect pen drive to your PC and open the software by double-clicking on the desktop shortcut. On the main screen, click "Recover Photos" as shown in fig 1

Unformat Software for Pen Drive - Main Screen

Fig 1: Main Screen


2. Now click suitable option on the new window. The software will search all available drives on your PC and shows them on the window. Select the Pen drive and click "Next" as shown in fig 2

Unformat Software for Pen Drive - Select Formatted Pen Drive

Fig 2: Select Formatted Pen Drive

3. After successful scanning, it will show you a list of recovered files and folders from the Pen drive, as shown in fig 3

Unformat Software for Pen Drive - List of Recovered Files

Fig 3: List of Recovered Files

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