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Sunday, 6 November 2016

How to recover files from damaged USB

There are many reasons why our USB memory can end corrupt or broken. Virus, physical accidents, misuse of the same, etc. It is therefore important to know how to recover files from a damaged USB. And that is precisely what we are going to teach in today's article.


Let's show a couple of methods so you can choose which is more molds itself to your needs at this time. Our priority is that you can access that data as soon as possible. Since USB is one of the most common methods for transporting data forth. It is a necessary tool, both as student work environments. Without further ado, let's get down to work.


The first thing we will do will be to introduce our USB memory on the computer. Then we go to search engine and type cmd Windows. Run as administrator and spent the next step.

Now let's write Chkdsk H: / f, where "H" is the letter of the device. In your case it may be another, so make sure that first. You can see it by going to "team".

Begin the process by which our computer will check the files containing the memory. If you get a bug which tells you your device is not Windows XP, simply press the letter "Y". When finished the screen should show you something.

In this case my USB is not corrupt. In your case, the files will be stored in the directory Lost.dir.

If you do not see any files in that directory, type "." In the search cajoncito top right and ready. Remember to write without quotes.

And with that I hope you have served this article. Remember that we love to read your comments, so feel free to leave your opinion in the box below.

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