Failures Commonly Experienced by USB Memory Sticks:
When a USB Stick failure occurs it can fail for a variety of reasons, it is vital that the fault is diagnosed correctly by a USB Stick professional data recovery expert in order that the data on the USB Stick can be recovered. The most common reasons USB Stick users experience a loss of data is because of physical damage. USB Stick are very small, and fairly delicate, meaning they’re susceptible to dropping, bending, crushing and the usb connection end getting broken. USB Stick can fail for a variety of reasons, below is the most common card failure types we receive in for data recovery:
USB Stick Physical Failure:
We are one of the few companies able to perform recoveries on physically damaged USB Stick by working directly with the memory chip, which is often the only way to recover the data. USB Stick are very small, and fairly delicate, meaning they’re susceptible to dropping, bending, crushing and getting the usb connection end broken. We have a cutting edge chip readers to read the data from the chips inside the casing of the USB Stick casing. We have a high success rate with recovering data from physical USB Stick failures.
USB Stick Electronic Failure:
This type of failure is normally the result of a power surge or power spike. In most cases of electronic failure means that the circuit board has got damaged and as a result of this the memory chips on circuit board cannot be read. We have a high success rate with recovering data from USB Stick with electronic failure.
Accidental Formatting or Deletion of USB Stick:
When your USB Stick has been formatted it is vital not to save any more data on the USB Stick as this will cause loss of data by overwriting the original data on the USB Stick. It is the same scenario with deleting files form a USB Stick. It is important to not write anything back onto the USB Stick. We have a high success rate with recovering data from USB Sticks that has been formatted or deleted.
USB Stick is Operating Very Slowly or Freezing your Computer:
This type of failure means the USB Stick is degrading. In most circumstances it means the sectors on the USB Stick are getting corrupt and unreadable and unwritable. With this type of failure a client can normally not copy data from the USB Stick or files and folders keeps appearing and then disappearing from view. We have a high success rate with recovering data from corrupted USB Stick.