Kingston a world's largest independent manufacturer of memory products. It offers multiple kinds of data storage products like SSD, USB flash drive or memory/SD card etc. You can take your data anywhere you go with Kingston products. But sometimes, your photos, videos, music, documents and more will be lost due to accidentally deleted files, formatted Kingston drive, device initialization, media card error, access denied, virus attack, drive damaged or displays as RAW etc. However, when it happens, you want to know how to perform Kingston data recovery, Kingston drive recovery or Kingston SD card recovery.
If you’re looking for a data recovery tool for Kingston, which it should support all the file types on your device and easy to recover Kingston SSD, USB drive, memory/SD card or flash card data, I recommend you try iBeesoft Data Recovery. It is a desktop Windows or Mac data recovery tool for Kingstone. While choosing a Kingston recovery tool, the first thing you should take into consideration is whether it supports the files you stored in Kingston drives. The Kingston recovery tool supports hundreds of file types such as images, videos, audio, documents, emails, and archives etc. It also completely recovers hard disk/partition, SSD, USB drive, memory card, SD card, CF card, digital camera, MP3/MP4 player and more data on Windows or Mac.
With this Kingston recovery tool, you can use it to easily and quickly recover your Kingston SSD, USB flash drive or memory card data on Windows or Mac. You can free trial it to see whether it can find the files you want to recover from Kingston drives or not. If you can see the target files in the result window, it means the Kingston data recovery software is helpful.
Below are the simple steps for how to use the Kingston Data Recovery tool to recover data from Kingston storage devices.
Step 1. Click the download button to install the Kingston recovery software on your computer. There is no virus nor a built-in advertisement. Feel free to install it on your computer. It has separate versions for Windows PC and Mac. Choose the right version according to your computer OS.
Step 2. Connect the Kingston storage devices to the computer either via USB slot or e-Card, making sure the connection is correct. If connected, you can see the Kingston device appears on your computer as an external hard drive.
Step 3. Launch the Kingston recovery tool. From the first window, you can see all the supported file types are selected by default. You can let it go and click "Start", or only keep the wanted file types checked.
Step 4. Select the hard drive that stands for Kingston storage device to scan and click "Scan", letting the Kingston recovery tool begin to work. If you have deleted multiple files from the device, it will take longer for the Kingston SSD/USB drive/SD card data software to scan for the target ones. Take it easy, having a cup of tea and letting the software run background do the scanning.
Step 5. When it finished the scanning process, you can see all the found files are listed in the result window. You can preview the target files quickly by filtering the file type in the left side and checking the result on the right side. When finding the target files, select them and click "Recover" to save them on your computer.