Two damaged Flash drives
Generally, we all expect that data stored on USB Flash media is less vital compared to data stored in hard or solid-state drives. It is true for most cases, but exceptions exist. When there is an only copy of work-related 3D architectural designs, drawings and some weighty Excel sheets on a Flash drive, one can hardly call them unimportant. Two damaged Flash drives with mentioned files inside were brought to our lab this week. Data have been recovered in full and delivered to their owners. Having duplicate copies of your most important data is the best way to keep them safe in case anything goes badly wrong with your data storage device.