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  • Don't rewrite any information to your storage devices.
  • Don't do a disk check.
  • Don't format the hard drive partition again.
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How to recover files from sandisk ssd plus not recognized windows 10

1. Select the "Recover Partition " or "Unformat" or "Full scan" button and select the hard drive, then click the "NEXT" button.

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2. find the lost partitions:After you select the "Recover partition" Mode

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3. Select the partitions of the hard drive, then click the "NEXT" button.

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4. scan the partitions.

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5. Search file.

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6. Select want recover files.

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7. click the file to preview.

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8. select save recovery file disk

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9. recover successful

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