File Recovery from 64GB Philips Snow Edition USB 3.0 Flash Drive

Flash drives available today provide great means of data storage in secure way and also enhances easy portability of stored data. Philips Snow Edition USB 3.0 flash drive is one such outstanding storage device that is capable of storing data up to 64GB. It has faster data transfer speed with USB 3.0 and includes light indicators that glow during file transfer.

Unfortunately, data on this Philips 64GB Snow Edition flash drive can become futile due to unexpected data loss scenarios; to know in brief consider a scenario here. Assume that, you connected 64GB Philips flash drive to a Windows computer to transfer data. But the system hard drive was infected with harmful viruses and hence, Philips flash drive got corrupted and didn’t show any of its files. Not only this, there are other instances too that can lead to data loss from Philips USB 3.0 Snow Edition 64GB flash drive. They are:

  • Formatting Philips Snow Edition 64GB flash drive when connected to system, without taking backup of required files will cause deletion of entire files
  • Damaged file system on Philips flash drive can lead to inaccessibility of files saved in its 64GB memory space
  • Incorrect reformatting or formatting of Philips 64GB USB 3.0 flash drive would result in corrupting the drive badly
  • Unintentional deletion of files from 64GB Philips USB 3.0 flash drive when connected on Windows computer will erase all its files completely

When valuable files saved on Philips Snow Edition 64GB flash drive become out of reach in above mentioned scenarios, user may worry about lost data. Fortunately, one need not bother about files inaccessible on Philips 64GB flash drive as there are numerous ways to retrieve such data. One best way is by employing good data recovery software.

Philips 64GB Snow Edition USB 3.0 flash drive data recovery:

Yodot Hard Drive Recovery is the best application to retrieve files from Philips 64GB Snow Edition USB 3.0 flash drive. This tool is capable of restoring data from inaccessible, formatted, dead, corrupted or damaged pen drives with ease. It performs hassle-free recovery of data such as MS Office files, videos, images, music files, folders, compressed archives and other data from flash drive. Apart from Philips Snow Edition 64GB flash drive it can also retrieve data from Transcend JetFlash 700 USB 3.0 flash drive, ADATA Pro 64GB SuperSpeed USB 3.0 pen drive, Cruzer Glide USB flash drive and from other flash drives. This tool can be utilized on Windows computers with Windows 8.1, Windows 8, Windows 7, Windows Vista, Windows XP, Windows Server 2008 and 2003 operating systems to extract data from Philips 64GB Snow Edition USB 3.0 flash drive. It supports to restore files from system hard drive, external hard disk, SSD, FireWire drive, Memory Stick and other storage drives formatted with FAT16, FAT32, ReFS, ExFAT, NTFS and NTFS5 file systems.

Steps to extract files from Philips 64GB USB 3.0 flash drive:

  • Download Yodot Hard Drive Recovery software on any Windows computer and connect your Philips 64GB USB 3.0 Snow Edition flash drive to this system
  • Install and run the utility according to given instructions
  • In main screen, click on “Partition Recovery” or “Formatted / Reformatted Recovery” option based on file loss from flash drive
  • Next screen shows all drives associated with that Windows system
  • Choose the drive that represents Philips 64GB Snow Edition flash drive from which files have to be restored
  • Further, mention file types that needs to be recovered from pen drive or else skip this step
  • Now, allow the software to scan selected flash drive completely to restore all files
  • When scanning ends, glance at rescued files in ‘Data View’ or ‘File Type View’ modes
  • At last, preview any selected file and save all necessary recovered files to target location on host Windows computer

Defensive Tips:

  • Wisely backup all important files from 64GB Philips Snow Edition flash drive on any external hard drive
  • Do not save recovered files to same Philips flash drive as it causes data overwriting