Question about SanDisk 2GB Cruzer Micro SDCZ62048A10 Hard Drive
My 2 gb usb flashdisk i pull without using safely remove and i cant access anymore it become raw how to format raw data
1). Do not format this hard drive before you've recovered all your stored data back. In your case, the formatting process may erase everything on your drive and make your data gone permanently.
2). Never save anything new on this drive in case that any new file would rewrite your original data.
3). Plunge this drive to your computer and download a RAW drive data recovery freeware to get back all your lost data back:
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4). Save and back up all your restored data on another drive in case of data recovery failure.
5). Format this drive to see whether it is fixable.
Posted on Dec 04, 2013
You've better learn a lesson not to remove USB flash drive or external drive out from PC without clicking safely remove hardware tool again! Of course, creating several important drive data backups stored elsewhere is also what you should keep in mind all the time.
However, now, since your USB drive has become RAW, in order to take your desired drive data back before any format. You are supposed to stop adding new information on this drive and use data recovery software to recover the lost data from external hard disk or flash drive with RAW file system.
Go check whether you can take all possible data back with drive RAW format recovery software.
Posted on Sep 25, 2015
There's no way to format a raw usb drive.
Trying to format it is a waste of time, it wont work
Posted on Feb 20, 2009
OKay first, don't format it if you want to recover the data and try zar recovery.. im sure they have a free trial, if not theres lots of other data recover trials free online for recovering your data.
After this its simple to format the disk, just go to my computer, right click on it under removable storage and then go to format
hope this helps
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Posted on Dec 16, 2007
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