Data recovery from pendrives.
Memory cards and pendrives are quite specific devices with a similar principle of operation and construction. In both cases, as in any other data carrier, we distinguish two types of damage: 1. Logical damage 2. Physical damage If the pendrive is visible, but some files are missing or there are none at all, there are probably deletions. This is the damage to the logic pendrive If there are problems with the reading of our device by the computer, data integrity could be damaged. If the pendrive is visible, but some files are missing or there are none at all, they are probably deleted.
Logically damage pendrives:
If there are problems with the reading of our device by the computer, data integrity could be damaged. In this case, access to the data has been blocked and you need to restore this consistency of data, which we can do very quickly This could also happen as a result of not using the safe removal of hardware, or a delayed write error in the Windows family systems. Therefore, you should not worry in such cases because they are logical errors and pendrives, as the device is working. If we do not violate the data structure with skilful attempts to recover data, I have practically 100% certainty that such data will be completely recovered. The symptoms of physical damage to the pendrive will be the lack of the visibility of the pendrive by the computer regardless of the operating system, or the most common message about the lack of a file system with the question of formatting the disk. In this case, be very careful about independent attempts to recover data. Because Pendrive as a fleeting memory is sensitive to any kind of inaccurate data recovery, which can lead to a situation in which data recovery will not be possible.