I had a Transcend flash drive. I pulled it out when formatting, and now it shows only a very few MB of space. It is a 64GB drive. I tried formatting it many times, but the system said that it couldn't complete the format. Please help. Can I still recover my files from it? I'm not under the warranty anymore.
First, check your Transcend flash drive. If the format failed, back up the existing files. If you didn't write new data on the drive after the original files went missing, you can recover them easily. The original files have just become invisible for some reason. With a data recovery tool, you can recover them quickly.
In order to maximize the potential of data recovery, it is important to choose a reliable and effective Transcend flash drive data recovery tool. Unreliable tools will destroy original files and make them unrecoverable. If you're still searching for one, here is my recommendation: Recoverit data recovery is a 100% trustworthy flash drive software. The software allows you to recover various types of data from Transcend flash drives, including photos, videos, audio files, Office documents, PDFs, emails and more. The process takes only a few minutes.
Download the free trial version of the Transcend flash drive data recovery software below and give it a try!
Download and install Recoverit data recovery on your computer. Please connect your Transcend flash drive to the computer, follow the next steps of "External Devices Recovery" data recovery mode.
Step 1. To recover from Transcend flash drives, please select "External Devices Recovery" data recovery mode to get started.
Step 2. Make sure your flash drive detected by the computer. Select it and click "Start" button to process.
Step 3. Recoverit will start a quick scan. If quick scan can't find any file, go to scan with "All-around Recovery" data recovery mode.
Step 4. Preview and recover lost files on Transcend flash drive.
NOTE: When recovering files, don't save them to the original Transcend flash drive. You can save them to your computer or another portable device.