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Old 04-07-2020, 02:04 AM   #1
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Hello, it’s been along time since I’ve been here. I’m wondering if there is an easy USB recovery software that I can use to recover pictures from a USB drive? I don’t really understand this kind of stuff so I would need to have easy instructions on how to do it. I appreciate your help
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Old 04-07-2020, 05:57 AM   #2
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Plug in the drive and when it shows in the File Explorer, copy and paste all or certain pictures to whatever medium (C:?) you want them on.
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You can Easeus data recovery software. But one thing you should remember none of the recovery software can 100% recover your file. however you can try
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Recovery would indicate something has happened to the drive or the files were deleted.

What exactly happened?
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Did you accidentally delete the pictures on the USB Drive? Or did something else happen, like the drive got corrupted. We can offer suggestions based on what happened. There are several Un-delete programs like Recuva, which work well for recovery if you accidentally Deleted files. For more in depth file recovery, Easeus works well, I have had the best luck with GetEDataBack. But if the drive is corrupted, it has probably failed.
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