Undelete Videos from a Flash Drive

  • The significant tool that performs restoration of video files from a USB flash drive
  • It also supports storage devices like memory cards, memory sticks, iPods, HDD, SSD, iPods, and others
  • Employs simple steps to extract video files containing any file type formats
  • Built to support all editions of Windows and Macintosh

At certain situations, you might get to delete the videos and other media files from a removable USB flash drive. Several unforeseen factors also account to the erasure of vital video file items from the flash drive storage. Some common reasons for such mishaps include the following-

  • Inadvertent deletion of the files from a flash drive while deleting some unwanted files
  • While scanning for any threats on a flash drive, if you have enabled auto-fix option then the antivirus program will delete the videos files in the USB drive(if the videos are virus-infected).
  • One might also mistakenly format the USB flash drive and hence lose all the video files residing in it
  • Interrupted video file transfer operation from the flash drive to any other device will turn the videos inaccessible or damaged
  • The Cut + Paste operation on selected videos of the flash drive may fail at times, deleting them forever

Whatever may be the situation when videos get deleted from the flash drive, you can recover deleted videos from a flash drive using the Video File Recovery software. You just need to avoid overwriting of deleted videos from the flash drive by not saving any new files on it.

The solution to undelete flash drive videos

Video File Recovery software is a perfect tool to bring back deleted video files from any brand of USB flash drive in a simple set of steps. It uses a powerful scan mechanism that extracts video files containing any file extensions like MOV, MPEG, MPG, MP4, WMV, MPEG, AVI, etc.

This utility undeletes videos from wide brands of flash drive like SanDisk, HP, Sony, Transcend, Kingston, Moserbaer, etc. Including USB drives, it can even retrieve deleted video from a memory stick, iPod, SSD, memory cards, external and internal hard drives.

This program is capable to restore not only videos but also other media files like photos, audios, etc. from storage devices. This application supports to recover deleted videos from flash drive on Windows XP, Vista, Server 2003/2008, 7, 8, and 10 operating systems.

Preview restored videos

The Video File Recovery application is available in the trial version as well. Moreover, it lets you preview the recovered video files even in the demo version. The extracted files will be displayed based on their filename, size, creation date, and modified date. You can save the recovery session while using the demo version of the software and later resume the recovery process, after activating the purchased version of the software. Visit this page for more details on the software, https://www.videofilerecovery.net/best-software.html.

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Steps to recover deleted videos from the flash drive:

Step 1: After launching the Video File Recovery software on your computer choose Recover Files option from the main screen.

Step 2: Make sure you have connected the USB Flash drive to the system.

Step 3: Pick the drive that represents the attached flash drive storage. Then click on the Scan button.

Video File Recovery - Main screen

Figure 1: Main Screen

Step 4: The flash drive will be now deep scanned for the deleted video files.

Figure 2: Scanning for video files

Step 5: Check for the restored files in the preview window. After reviewing the files, you need to mark the required files for saving.

Figure 3: Recovery results

Step 6: Now mention a suitable location to save the retrieved video files and press on the Save button.

Figure 4: Save Recovered Videos

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