"My flash drive shows RAW and 0byte space, how to fix the problem with all data back?"
"I have a flash drive and I often use it to save and transfer data. my drive becomes blank when I insert it to my PC. My PC detects the flash drive as a RAW device and says it has 0 byte space. How can I fix RAW to FAT32 and get back data when a flash drive has 0 byte space?"
"ls there any way to repair flash drive RAW problem which only has 0 byte space when plugging to computer? I have many files on this flash drive, but it shows RAW file system and has blank space. Should I fix the RAW USB by formatting RAW to NTFS or RAW to FAT32 without losing any file?"
Do you think that flash drive is blank when it changes to RAW and says 0 byte space? Since RAW file system is not recognized by Windows system, flash drive will be inaccessible and reports blank when it converts to RAW. In this situation, flash drive seems to be empty, but the previous data is still stored on this drive.
If you want to access data stored on a RAW flash drive, a crucial point is to stop the flash drive from being overwritten. Then, with iCare Data Recovery, a read-only program, you can bring back all previous inaccessible data. This software supports to recover various brands of drive, now restore deleted data from USB drive whenever it reports RAW format and has 0 byte space:
Step1. Download iCare Data Recovery. choose a scan mode.
Step2. Select the RAW drive to scan .
Step3. Preview the files and select the files you need to recover.
Do you need solution for fixing flash drive when it says RAW 0 byte space? The way to repair flash drive RAW format error is to format it from RAW to FAT32. Do you think that your flash drive will show all previous inaccessible data normally after fixing the RAW drive error? To be honest, your flash drive will still show blank even after formatting it because formatting will ease all data on the flash drive. This is the reason why we recommend you to run iCare Data Recovery to extract all files from the RAW flash drive before formatting it.