How to Fix a Broken Flash Drive

USB flash drive just snapped in two? Or maybe it’s no longer recognized by your computer? Well, you’re not alone. This actually happens to thousands of people every week. Unfortunately, most of them, like you, didn’t have an up-to-date backup and now have some very, very important files they are desperate to recover.

Broken Flash Drive

Broken Flash Drive

Fixing a flash drive often requires micro-scale repair of the damaged connector or going into the raw data to repair a damaged file system. Probably not a task the average individual should undertake if the files are at all important.

Fortunately, the FlashDrivePros data recovery team can get all your files back in 1-5 days for just $197. And you only pay if your files are recovered. Learn more by visiting http://www.flashdrivepros.com/Flash-Drive-Data-Recovery

2 Responses to How to Fix a Broken Flash Drive

  1. Chantra Johnson April 13, 2012 at 11:17 am #

    Oh Boy, do I need help with this! Lesson Learned!

  2. Nathan Kahle November 21, 2014 at 3:30 pm #

    Greetings from Ireland! :) The above image of the broken purple USB stick is my image from soundcomputers.ie. The image belongs to me and is not to be used without my consent, please remove this image and every other version on your site of it, OR create a link (dofollow) to the original source crediting my page. Thank you.

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