Data Recovery Files From USB Drive With CMD

CMD, short for Command Prompt, is the Windows operating system command line interpreter. It can be used to perform advanced administrative functions and troubleshoot certain types of Windows problems. Follow the instructions below to recover files from USB flash drive with CMD.

: Connect a USB flash drive to your computer.

: Click on the start icon on the left bottom of the PC, type cmd and click on the Data Recovery Open option for the Command Prompt application. (Or press Windows + R to open the Run box, where you type cmd and click OK to open Command Prompt.)

: Type “chkdsk X: /f” in the Command Prompt windows and press Enter key. The letter “X” represents the letter assigned to your USB key.

: Then type “ATTRIB -H -R -S /S /DX:*.*” and press Enter. (As mentioned before, “X” stands for the drive letter of the USB flash drive.)

Then wait for the Twitter data recovery process from the USB flash drive. The recovered files will be embedded in a newly created folder on the USB drive.