Corsair Flash Drive Recovery

Corsair is well known in the production of external storage devices and other computer machineries. Among these, flash drives with 8 GB to 128 GB storage capacity are one of the commonly used products of Corsair. These pen drives are water resistant. You can protect Corsair flash drives from physical explorations, but it is difficult to protect the Corsair flash drives from unexpected data loss. Data loss may happen due to virus attack, accidental deletion of data, etc. Do you want to know how to recover data from Corsair flash drive? Just go through this briefly explained article and download the Flash Media Recovery Software to recover all the data easily even if the data has been lost/deleted due to different scenarios.

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Striking features of Flash Media Recovery Software

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Way to use the Flash Media Recovery Software

Step 1: Download and install Flash Media Recovery Software to your computer. In the main screen, you can see three options. Select “Recover Photos” among the other options. Now in the new window, you can view two options like “Recover Deleted Photos" and “Recover Lost Photos”. Select any of the options based on the scenario.

Corsair Flash Drive Recovery - Main Screen

Fig 1: Home Screen

Step 2: Select the Corsair Flash Drive to recover Corsair flash drive data from it.

Corsair Flash Drive Recovery - Select Drive Screen

Fig 2: Select Corsair Flash Drive

Step 3: In the next window, you can see list of recovered files, you can preview the files before saving them back. Now, you need to select the memory location to save your recovered file.

Corsair Flash Drive Recovery - Preview File Screen

Fig 3: Preview File Screen

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