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How to Recover Deleted or Lost Files from USB Flash Drives on Mac

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USB flash drives allow users to carry terabytes of files anywhere, and easily share files on many computers. Many users store files on an USB flash drive as a backup and consider it to be very secure. However, hard drives are not as reliable as expected. Data stored on USB flash drives or other storage devices can be lost for a number of reasons. For example, deleting files by mistake or formatting an USB flash drive. This is why IT experts always recommend that users should keep multiple copies of valid data on different devices. The purpose of this guide is to show you how to solve USB flash drive data loss on your Mac and help you safely retrieve lost data. If you formatted your hard drive accidentally or intentionally, please stop using immediately otherwise you will lose your data permanently.

Mac USB Flash Drive Data Recovery Pro recovers lost or deleted files and partitions from USB flash drives, SD cards, flash drives and more. In addition, Mac USB Flash Drive Data Recovery Pro software supports recovery of over 550 file formats including images, documents, multimedia files, email, archives and more. Download Mac USB Flash Drive Data Recovery Pro for free on your Mac and follow the steps below to recover data from your USB flash drive on Mac.

Steps to Recover Data from an USB Flash Drive on Your Mac Computer

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Step 1: Run Mac USB Flash Drive Data Recovery Pro

Connect your USB flash drive to your Mac. Download, install and run the program, click "Start" button.

Step 2: Choose the Disk partition

Choose the USB flash drive and Click "Scan". It will start a quick scan and search all the files from the USB flash drive.

Step 3: Preview and Recover Data from USB Flash Drive

After the scan, you can preview all the recoverable files from the USB flash drive. Click the "Recover" button to get back the lost files. Note: please don't save the recovered files into the hard drives from which you lost the files.