Fix the Device is Not Ready Error on USB Drive and Recover Files
Sometimes you may get an error message "The device is not ready" while you are trying to connect an USB flash drive to computer. "The device is not ready" error prevents users from accessing the contents of removable storage devices like USB flash drive, SD card, memory card, external hard drive and Pen drive. How To Fix "The Device Is Not Ready" Error on USB flash drive? Generally, you can simple fix the "The Device Is Not Ready" error from 5 commonly used methods: check the hardware connections, run the Hardware and Devices & the USB Troubleshooters, run the CHKDSK command, update the drivers of the device and update the USB drivers. However, most people are failed to fix "The device is not ready" error on USB drive following above solutions. Formatting the USB flash drive can fix "The device is not ready" error, but all files stored on the USB flash drive will be permanently erased. It is better to restore data from the inaccessible USB flash drive and format the device. This page will show you how to restore lost files from your inaccessible USB flash drive on Mac with Mac USB Flash Drive Data Recovery Pro software and fix the Device is Not Ready Error on USB flash drive by formatting.
Recover Data from Inaccessible USB Flash Drive on Mac and Format the USB Drive to Fix the Device is Not Ready Error
Mac USB Flash Drive Data Recovery Pro allows you to recover photos, pictures, movies, video clips, documents, archives and other files from inaccessible, corrupted, damaged or formatted USB flash drive, external hard drive, SD memory card and other portable storage devices on Mac.
Restore Files on Mac and Fix the Device is Not Ready Error on USB Drive
Download and install the Mac USB Flash Drive Data Recovery Pro software. Connect your inaccessible USB flash drive to Mac and run this Mac USB Drive Recovery tool.
Step 1 Choose a Mode to Perform Inaccessible USB Flash Drive Recovery
Select a recovery mode and click "Start" button.
Step 2 Select the USB Drive
Select your USB Flash Drive under External Devices and click "Scanning" button to start finding your all inaccessible files.
Step 3 Restore Data from Inaccessible USB Flash Drive
After the scanning process, select found files and click "Recovering" button to save them on your Mac computer.