Home > Data Recovery > USB Drive 3.0 Data Recovery

USB Drive 3.0 Data Recovery – Freeware to Recover Lost Files from USB 3.0 Drive

by Justin Kenny, 2015-08-27

 Recover Lost Files from USB 3.0 External Drive

USB 3.0 is the third major version of the Universal Serial Bus (USB) standard for interfacing computers and electronic devices. The USB 3.0 drive is widely used for storing & transferring data. Files stored in the USB 3.0 would be lost if you have done an error operation. Files on USB 3.0 also would be lost due to unexpected accidents like virus attacking, power failure, transfer interruption, etc. Is there an easy solution to recover lost files from USB 3.0 drive? The answer is 'Yes', this article will guide you to retrieve lost files with USB drive 3.0 data recovery freeware.

USB Drive 3.0 Data Loss Situations & Reasons:

  • You accidently delete some files from USD drive 3.0.
  • Format the USB drive 3.0, or erase data by mistake.
  • Unexpected power off, or pulling out of the USB when it is transferring data with computer.
  • Virus infection.
  • The USD drive 3.0 has been damaged.
  • Unfinished copy-paste or cut-paste operations.

The USB drive 3.0 may become RAW after formatting or virus infection. Please don't be panic and don't use it any more to prevent overwrite. The longer the USB drive is remained in use, the lower rate of success for data recovery. You'd better perform data recovery as soon as possible.

Free USB Drive 3.0 Data Recovery Software

Do Your Data Recovery Free is such a free USB drive 3.0 data recovery tool that can completely recover lost files from USB 3.0 drive. You can easily and quickly recover lost photos, documents, videos, folders, music or other files from USB 3.0 drive by using Do Your Data Recovery Free. The USB Drive 3.0 Data Recovery freeware takes only three steps to get all lost files back.

Recovery Steps: Choose device --> Select file types --> Preview and recover files

USB drive 3.0 data recovery

After finding the lost files, we suggest that you save the recoverable files on your computer hard drive or other place than save them on the USB drive.