Restore Files from Corsair Flash Survivor Stealth 16GB Pen Drive

Flash Survivor Stealth 16GB pen drive is among the most renowned and secure storage devices, manufactured by Corsair. Many people use Corsair Flash Survivor Stealth 16GB pen drive to carry their essential or confidential information safely from one place to another, this USB drive highly safeguards your data from water, power vibrations or shocks by its CNC-milled and anodized aircraft-grade aluminum case. This Corsair 16GB Flash Survivor Stealth pen drive supports USB 3.0 interface, which offers faster data access on Windows, Mac and Linux OS based computers.

Even though, Corsair Flash Survivor Stealth 16GB pen drive is convenient for storing various files and maintaining backup of essential data; it is quite frustrating when they face data loss while using it in Mac or other systems. Some common reasons for losing files from Flash Survivor 16GB pen drive are mentioned below:

  • Deleting file or folder from Corsair Flash Survivor Stealth 16GB pen drive by coincidence using “Delete” option is one of the main reasons for removal of files when it is connected to Mac system
  • Formatting 16GB Flash Survivor USB drive on Mac computer by mistake or to overcome issues like corruption or logical errors will completely erases all files stored in it
  • Many times virus attacks on Corsair Flash Survivor Stealth 16GB pen drive results in loss of plenty of files
  • Interruptions while moving files from Corsair 16GB Flash Survivor USB drive to Macintosh machine tends to transfer error and causes file loss

In these situations, don’t lose your hope!! It is definitely possible to get back lost or erased files from Corsair Flash Survivor Stealth 16GB pen drive on Mac system with that help of accurate file restoration software.

Corsair pen drive files recovery utility:

Yodot Mac File Recovery is an appropriate file retrieval software, which helps you in retrieving files missing or erased from Corsair Flash Survivor Stealth 16GB pen drive on Mac computer. This program rescues documents, audios, videos, text files, compressed files, photos and many more file types from 16GB Corsair Flash Survivor USB drive in an efficient way. More to this, one can also restore files from Kingston Datatraveler Locker G3 USB drive, Edge Diskgo Secure USB 3.0 flash drive, Sony 16GB USB flash drive, Lacie XtremKey flash USB 3.0 drive and other brands of flash drives. Other than pen drives, this application also restores files from internal Mac system hard drives, portable hard drives, memory cards, iPods and so on. In addition, you can run this tool on Macintosh system running with Mavericks, Lion, Mountain Lion, Snow Leopard and Leopard operating systems.

Steps to retrieve files from Corsair Flash Survivor Stealth 16GB pen drive:

  • Connect Corsair 16GB Flash Survivor pen drive to a Mac computer
  • Download Yodot Mac File Recovery software and install it to that Macintosh machine
  • Open the program and follow on-screen procedures
  • In main windows, click either “Deleted File Recovery” or “Lost File Recovery” option to bring back deleted or missing files respectively from Corsair Flash Survivor pen drive
  • From next screen, select Flash Survivor Stealth 16GB USB pen drive from where files have to be restored
  • Soon after deep scanning of Corsair USB drive, you will find list of restorable files in two different views, i.e. “Data View” and “File Type View”
  • These two view types makes your search easier while selecting recovered files and folders, which you want to regain back
  • At end, save recovered files to desired destination location on Mac system. However, don’t save it back to same Corsair Flash Survivor pen drive, which results in data overwriting

Suggestions:

  • Don’t save or add new files to Corsair Flash Survivor Stealth 16GB pen drive after data loss to evade data overwriting
  • Avoid improper ejection of Flash Survivor Stealth 16GB pen drive from Mac system, which results in its corruption
  • Backup essential files saved in Corsair 16GB Flash Survivor USB drive on other storage devices