Restore Files from Buffalo Firestix USB 2.0 4GB Drive

“Hi, I am using Mac OS X Lion operating system on my computer. Recently, I deleted all my crucial files present on Buffalo Firestix USB 2.0 4GB drive by mistaken when it was connected to Mac machine. I even searched in Trash folder on my Mac computer; but I couldn’t find any files on it. Is there any solution to retrieve those deleted files back on my Buffalo Firestix USB drive? If yes, then kindly help me!!!”

Buffalo American is a global leader in design, development and manufacturing of network direct attached storage device and wired as well as wireless networking solutions. Buffalo Firestix USB 2.0 4GB Drive is one of the popular models of Buffalo USB drive. Similar to other USB drives, even data loss from Buffalo Firestix USB 2.0 4GB drive is common. Let’s know reasons for loss of files on Buffalo Firestix USB 2.0 4GB drive as listed below:

  • Deletion of crucial files from Buffalo Firestix USB 2.0 drive by mistake
  • Unintentional formatting of Buffalo Firestix USB 2.0 4GB drive when it is connected to Mac computer
  • Transfer error occurred while moving files from Buffalo Firestix drive to other storage devices
  • Virus or malware attack on Buffalo Firestix USB 2.0 4GB drive can damage the drive and leads to file loss
  • Other reasons for file loss on Buffalo Firestix USB drive are improper handling of USB drive, file system corruption, etc.

When you lose important files from Buffalo Firestix USB 2.0 4GB drive due to any of these above mentioned issues, then don’t get disappointed. You still have a chance to recover your essential files from Buffalo Firestix USB drive. If you have proper backup of your important files, then you can restore them back easily by copying those files to Buffalo Firestix USB drive. In case, if you don’t have backup files, then you must opt for any of the reliable file recovery software to recover your valuable files from Buffalo Firestix USB 2.0 4GB drive.

Buffalo Firestix USB 2.0 recovery software:

Yodot Mac File Recovery is an out-standing file recovery utility used by several Mac users to retrieve their crucial files from Buffalo Firestix USB 2.0 drive on Macintosh operating systems. It has advanced scanning algorithms that scans each and every block of your USB drive and retrieves all your vital data from it. This software has the capability to recover all types of files erased or missing on Buffalo Firestix USB 2.0 drive. This utility can even retrieve files from Mac computer hard disk, external hard drive, memory cards, iPods and other storage media. Other than Buffalo Firestix USB drive, you it supports recovery of files from other USB drive brands such as SanDisk, Transcend, Sony, Lexar, HP, LaCie, etc. You can use this software on all Macintosh systems working with Mac OS X Leopard, Snow Leopard, Mac OS X Lion and Mac OS X Mountain Lion.

Steps to recover files from Buffalo Firestix USB 2.0 drive:

  • Connect your Buffalo Firestix USB 2.0 4GB drive to Mac computer
  • Then download Yodot Mac File Recovery software to that system and launch the application by clicking on the shortcut created on desktop
  • In main screen, you can see two options i.e. “Deleted File Recovery” and “Lost File Recovery”
  • Choose the particular option depending on the data loss disaster took place on your Buffalo Firestix USB 2.0 drive
  • In next tab, you can see all volumes present in your Mac system including Buffalo Firestix USB 2.0 4GB drive
  • Select the Buffalo USB drive volume and click on “next” option
  • After this, the recovery tool starts scanning the selected drive and displays all retrieved files in either “Data View” or “File Type View”
  • At last, save the recovered files to your desired location on Mac computer

Important Tips:

  • Keep an additional copy of your important files in computer or some other reliable storage device
  • Don’t connect your Buffalo Firestix USB 2.0 drive to virus contaminated system
  • Use proper ejection or insertion procedure while you connect Buffalo Firestix USB 2.0 drive to computer