Requirements: Mac OS X 10.5.x and above (including Leopard, Snow Leopard and Lion)

 

Recover files from Lexar Flash Drive:

Lexar flash drive is a famous flash drives which provides convenient and reliable portable storage of your valuable data. It gives you the privilege of faster data transfer and sharing of data across different computers. But, at times you may have experienced the loss of your important files & folders from your lexar Flash drive. Data may become inaccessible or may get deleted from a Flash drive in many instances. You may lose your important files & folders due to accidental deletion, unintentional formatting, virus attack or file system corruption. In addition to these conditions there are some other reasons which may result in loss of data from flash drive.

Some of the most common data loss situations are:

Accidental format: This factor is highly responsible for loss of data from lexar flash drives. An unintentionally formatting of the flash drive instead of some other volume on the hard drive may happen, resulting in the loss of entire data present on the flash drive.
Incorrect removal: Improperly unplugging the flash drive from the computer without making use of proper ejection option may result in damage to the file system of flash drive, which in turn, may corrupt the files stored on the flash drive.
Abrupt Removal: Ejecting a lexar flash drive, while a read/write operation is active on it, also leads to inaccessibility of data present on the flash drive.
File system corruption: If the file system of a flash drive becomes corrupt due to virus infection or any other reason then all the data present on the flash drive become inaccessible resulting in the loss of data.
Virus Attack: Virus or malware infection through any source can corrupt the data present on the flash drive resulting in the inaccessibility of the data.

In any of the data loss scenarios explained above or more, you need a flash drive recovery tool. Mac File recovery software works efficiently to restore the deleted & lost files from different lexar flash drives. This flash drive recovery tool first scans your lexar flash drive and recovers the lost & deleted files by making use of sophisticated recovery algorithms. It identifies the various file formats of text documents, music & video files, spreadsheets, etc. Along with media files like JPEG, PNG, MP3, MOV etc, it can effectively restore PDF files from flash drive. It makes use of a special feature known as file signature search to restore doc, docx, ppt, pptx, mp3, mp4, mpg, mpeg, wav, 3gp, mov, midi and many other file formats. It can comfortably retrieve deleted files from flash drive manufactured by Transcend, SanDisk, HP, Sony, etc. This software can also be used for file recovery on USB drives, memory cards, computer hard drive, external hard drive & FireWire drive. You can utilize this file recovery tool to restore Mac files from JetFlash & other USB drives. The software is compatible with Mac OS X 10.5.8 & above versions including Leopard, Snow, Lion operating system.

Simple steps to perform lexar flash drive recovery:

Step A: Connect your Lexar flash drive to the computer on which Lexar Flash Drive recovery software is installed. Now launch the recovery software and click "Recover Files" option on main screen of the software, as displayed in Figure A.

Retrieve Files from External USB Drive - Recover Files

Fig A: Main Window

Step B: Based on data loss situation, select either "Recover Lost Files" or "Recover Deleted Files" from the next screen as shown in Figure B.

Retrieve Files from External USB Drive - Select Recover Deleted Files / Recover Lost Files

Fig B : Select a Recovery option

Step C: The software displays a list of connected drives from which select your lexar flash drive and click “Next”, as displayed in Figure C.

Retrieve Files from External USB Drive - Select your External USB Drive

Fig C: Select External USB drive

Step D: A list of recovered files is shown on the next window, which can be viewed using either “Data view” or “File Type view” option, as shown in Figure D. Upon purchasing the software, you can save the recovered files using “Save” button.

Retrieve Files from External USB Drive - List of Retrieved Files

Figure D : Recovered Files List

 

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