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Transcend External StoreJet Hard Drive Data Recovery

External drives like Transcend StroreJet are mainly used to maintain an essential data backup. So, users take necessary precautions to avoid loss of data. But some unavoidable situations make users lose their files from the external drive. Some common instances of file loss from Transcend StoreJet drives include:

- Accidental deletion of files

- Unintentional formatting

- Drive crash and failure

- Transcend drive corruption

- Due to virus and malware threats

- Interruption during file transfer

Have you lost/deleted your files kept in Transcend StoreJet external drive due to any of the above-stated reasons? Well, the files on the Transcend StoreJet is immediately wiped after deletion or formatting. The data on the Transcend drive resides in the same storage space as long as no new data is written to it. So, therefore, upon experiencing data loss from the drive, you should stop using it for any write operation; this could overwrite the data that you are looking to retrieve. Then, to get back data from the StoreJet drive, you need to make use of the Recover External Drive software. Get more info regarding the software at http://www.recoverexternaldrive.com.

How to retrieve files from the Transcend StoreJet hard drives?

Recover External Drive is a significant tool designed to retrieve data from Transcend StoreJet hard drives. It is built with an easy-to-use interface to extract external drive data. The app employs a powerful recovery engine that deep scans the Transcend StoreJet drive and fetches all files from it within a few minutes. This program is been reviewed and recommended by the recovery professionals as the best data recovery tool to get back data from the external storage drives. Moreover, this application performs external drive data recovery on both Windows and Mac machines.

Notable features of the Transcend StoreJet data recovery software-

1. The program is capable of reviving more than 300 file types- images, documents, videos, audio, etc.

2. Retrieves hard disk data without modifying the data contents

3. Can be utilized to restore files lost during transfer from the external drive to PC with ease

4. With this utility, you can also restore formatted Iomega MiniMax external HDD, Samsung, WD, Maxtor, LaCie, Iomega, Buffalo, and other brands of hard disk drives. Click on http://www.recoverexternaldrive.com/wd.html to get more info about WD hard disk recovery

5. Supports data restoration from system drives, USB drives, memory cards, SSD, iPods, and memory sticks of various brands. Use this link http://www.recoverexternaldrive.com/recover-deleted-pictures-from-usb-sandisk-cruzer-blade.html to carry out file recovery from SanDisk Cruzer Blade USB drive

6. It is also featured with an option to preview the files revived from Transcend StoreJet drives

7. The software helps to perform file recovery from bad external HDD with ease

Steps to recover data from Transcend StoreJet hard drive

Step 1: Get the Recover External Drive software installed on your PC.

Step 2: Attach the Transcend HDD to the computer and choose the Recover Partitions option.

Step 3: Locate the Transcend StoreJet hard drive from the list of available drives and click on the Scan button.

Main Window

Fig A: Main Window

Step 4: The deep scan on the Transcend StoreJet drive gets initiated.

Scanning in Progress

Fig B: Scanning in Progress

Step 5: When the scan operation is complete, check the recovery results under Data View and File Type View layouts.

List of Restored Files

Fig C: List of the Restored Files

Step 6: Continue to preview the regained files and mark them for saving.

Preview Recovered Data

Fig D: Preview Recovered Files

Step 7: Set a suitable drive location to save the files retrieved from the Transcend hard disk. Then click on the Save icon.

Saving Recovered Data

Fig E: Save the Recovered Data

Further reading- Get full details regarding USB flash drive recovery using this utility.

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