"How can I repair my flash drive which is not accessible after changing to RAW file system? I want to rescue all lost files from the inaccessible RAW flash drive, but I have no idea what to do. Can somebody introduce a useful solution?"
"I have a 32GB flash drive, but it does not allow me to open the drive to read or write any data. I have several important folders on this flash drive, but how can I access the RAW flash drive to get back those folders? Please tell me a solution for data recovery when flash drive turns to RAW file system and becomes not accessible."
"My flash drive is not accessible because it shows RAW drive error when I insert it to my computer. What should I do to repair the flash drive RAW error without losing data? How to recover files from flash drive without software?"
When you find that your flash drive is not accessible since it turns to RAW file system, you can use a data recovery program to rescue inaccessible data without formatting the flash drive. Then, you can convert raw to ntfs without losing data withcommand prompt or formatting the USB.
iCare Data Recovery is able to recover lost data like images, videos, music, office files, emails, etc off flash drive when it is not accessible after changing to RAW file system. This data recovery software is compatible with Windows OS including Windows 7, 8, XP, Vista, etc. You can free download this software and install it on your Windows PC to restore data from any brand of flash drive which says RAW format error. Now, you can follow the steps below to recover data from inaccessible flash drive:
Step1. Download and install iCare Data Recovery on computer. Run the software and select a proper scan mode.
Step2. Choose the RAW flash drive and wait patiently during scanning.
Step3. You can preview files after scanning and then select the lost data to save it to another drive.
iCare Data Recovery supports to recover data off all brands of flash drive including SanDisk, Toshiba, PNY, Transcend, Kingston, HP, etc when it is not accessible after changing to RAW file system. After data recovery, you had better check if all needed data has been restored successfully. You can reuse the software to deep scan the RAW flash drive to search lost data if you have not gotten back all inaccessible files. Then, you can format flash drive to repair RAW drive error. Usually, a flash drive supports FAT32 file system, so you can convert RAW file system to FAT32 in a USB drive. If Windows was unable to complete the format usb flash, probably the flash drive is corrupted.