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 Pen Drive Software

Pen Drive Data Recovery Software:-

Professional and specifically designed recovery Software expertise in recovering all important data lost from pen drives. Software facilitates wide-range of recovery technique to restore data (music files, text folders, digital images, photos, pictures etc.) missing from USB drive due to human fault. Software works smoothly with all types of pen drives also popular as Thumb drive, Flash drive, Jump drive, Key Chain drive, Memory sticks and more of major brands like Kingston, Transcend, SanDisk etc.


  • ➢ Easily recover lost images, songs and text documents from pen drives.
  • ➢ Supports recovery of media files saved in different file formats.
  • ➢ Save recovered data at user specified location on the system.
  • ➢ Flash drive recovery software safely scans entire drive, locate and recover the files on the basis of their file types like .jpg, .png, .ppt, .doc, .mp3, .midi, .txt, .mpeg, .mov etc.

Pen Drive Data Recovery Software Screenshots

Choose any one searching mode

Software provides three searching modes, choose any one mode as per your requirement.

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Select Partition

Select partition from left panel from which you want to recover lost or missing data files and click next option to proceed.

Recovery Process

Data recovery process is going on. Progress bar shows the current running status of recovery process.

Save recovered data

Recovery process has been completed successfully. You can save your recovered data by clicking on 'Save' option.

Some of the major data loss cases:

  • Virus attacks,
  • Drive formats,
  • Inaccessible pen drives,
  • Accidentally removing USB drive from system etc.

Supported Pen Drive brands:

  • Kingston, Sony, HP, Transcend, Lenovo, SanDisk, Kingmax, PNY, DataTraveler, Corsair, Verbatim, Crucial, diskGO edge and other of variable storage capacities.

Important Note:- Please select only different destination drive to save the recovered data. Saving data in same drive/volume may cause overwriting and your data may lost forever.