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How to Format a USB Drive on Mac

How to Format a USB Drive on Mac

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Not every flash drive out there can be used with a Mac computer right out of the box. Some flash drives have to be formatted first before you can store files on them. Besides, Formatting indeed repairs a corrupted, damaged, inaccessible and even RAW USB or SD card but will erase all saved data. However, losing data is something we don't want. So is it possible to format USB flash drive on Mac without losing data?
        Is it possible to format USB flash drive on Mac without losing data?        Sometimes, the USB drive gets corrupted and become raw or inaccessible due to various reason. And you will find the USB drive cannot be recognized, or the system will prompt an unformatted error after plugged the drive. Then should we format the USB drive and lose all of the data?

        The answer is no, and you are recommended to perform fast data recovery to recover files from the flash drive before formatting it if you want to keep all your data. Now let's talk about how to restore the lost data first.
        How to restore the lost data from the corrupted USB flash drive?        Bitwar Data Recovery for Mac can be used to recover data lost due to deletion, partition errors, formatting, virus attacks, system failures, and a variety of other reasons. Bitwar Data Recovery is the best data recovery software for Mac. And it is compatible with many devices such as digital camera, hard drives, SD cards, Memory cards, media players, and portable drives. Moreover, this program allows you to preview scanned out data to make a selective recovery.

        Free download the USB flash drive recovery software; Bitwar Data Recovery and then install it to the Mac OS X. After installation, connect the USB flash drive to the Mac. Make sure Mac OS X can recognize the USB flash drive. Then follow the below tutorials to recover data.
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