Microsoft PowerPoint is a widely used application for creating presentations. Usually, the PowerPoint presentations are created on the computers and to present those PowerPoint presentations they are stored in the USB flash drives; so that it can be connected to any system and used. USB drives are used for transferring files from one system to another but these USB flash drives are susceptible to corruptions due to which data gets lost or deleted.
Reasons behind loss of PowerPoint USB flash drives:
Implementing a few precautionary measures could save you from all such file loss disasters. So, always backup the important files. You must also scan the USB drive regularly with the help of a good anti-virus program to prevent the virus attacks. One should always remove the USB drive by using the safe to remove hardware technique to prevent file loss. Make use of shift and delete key combination for deletion only whenever required. If you take these precautions, you can avoid data loss from the USB drive. However, if you have anyway lost the PPT files from USB drive then there is one best solution.
By using the Office File Recovery software you can instantly restore PPT and PPTX files in simple mouse clicks. Lets users perform Word file recovery in a hassle-free way. A demo version of the tool is also available. You can run this application on your system effortlessly recover Word files deleted from Windows 7, Windows 8, Windows 10, Windows Vista, Windows XP and Windows Server editions.
Additionally, with Office File Recovery program you can:
Step 1: Get the Office File Recovery software installed in your PC. Connect the USB drive from which the PPT files are to be extracted. Select "Recover Files" option from the main screen as shown in Figure 1. Now choose the logical drive that represents the USB drive you connected to the system. Press on the Scan button.
Figure 1: Main Window
Step 2: The software starts fetching the PowerPoint files by applying a scan operation.
Figure 2: Scanning for Files
Step 3: Files restored upon scan is now displayed in File Type View and Data View panes.
Figure 3: Recovered Files
Step 4: Continue to preview the file items. Mark the PPT or PPTX files that you want to save.
Figure 4: Preview
Step 5: Browse an appropriate folder location to save the files. Click on the Save button.
Figure 5: Save Recovered Files