Fix and Wipe Kingston Digital DataTraveler on Mac

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updated on 2020-06-30 to Mac Data Erasure

Kingston Digital DataTraveler is one of the best USB flash drives. For those who don't want to spend a lot of cash, Kingston Digital has one of the best USB drives regarding value. The company's DataTraveler G4 starts at under $10. You'll get a USB drive with 16GB of storage and USB 3.0 support. So for just a few bucks, you can get a device that stores your content, easily and quickly transfers it, and does it all without putting itself at risk of damaging your data. Many Mac users have a Kingston Digital DataTraveler USB flash drive.

Fix and Wipe Kingston Digital DataTraveler on Mac

1. Fix a corrupted Kingston Digital DataTraveler on Mac

USB drive device is prone to damage and Kingston Digital DataTraveler is no exception. Mac computers gives a disk utility to help you fix corrupted Kingston Digital DataTraveler USB flash drive. Just run Disk Utility on your Mac, then you can see the Kingston Digital DataTraveler on the left side disk list. You can try to erase it to fix the corrupted Kingston Digital DataTraveler or just run Fist Aid to find the issues/fix the issues.

Fix and Wipe Kingston Digital DataTraveler on Mac

The erased data still can be recovered by data recovery software: recover lost data from Kingston Digital DataTraveler on Mac.

2. Permanently wipe data from Kingston Digital DataTraveler before selling or donating it

Before you sell, donate or discard an old Kingston Digital DataTraveler USB flash drive, you should permanently erase all data in it. Disk Utility is able to format the Kingston Digital DataTraveler on Mac. However, the erased data still can be recovered by data recovery software. To permanently erase data from Kingston Digital DataTraveler, you need special data erasure tool. Here, we strongly recommend TS DataWiper for Mac, a powerful & easy-to-use Mac data erasure software.

It offers certified data erasure algorithms to help you securely and permanently erase data from Kingston Digital DataTraveler USB flash drive on Mac without causing any physical damage. Just try it and get a brand new Kingston Digital DataTraveler by completely erasing old data.

How to use TS DataWiper for Mac to format/wipe Kingston Digital DataTraveler on Mac? Don’t worry. It is very easy-to-use, just check the three data erasure modes.

Mode 1. Shred files/folders from Kingston Digital DataTraveler on Mac.

This mode is good for selectively erasing files/folders from Kingston Digital DataTraveler. Just connect your Kingston Digital DataTraveler to your Mac, and select the files/folders from Kingston Digital DataTraveler to the erasure list. Then click on Erase Now button to permanently erase the selected files/folders.

Fix and Wipe Kingston Digital DataTraveler on Mac

Mode 2. Wipe all data from Kingston Digital DataTraveler on Mac.

Just try the mode Erase Hard Drive and select the Kingston Digital DataTraveler. Click on Erase Now button to permanently erase all data from Kingston Digital DataTraveler. Of course, the Kingston Digital DataTraveler will be formatted.

Fix and Wipe Kingston Digital DataTraveler on Mac

Mode 3. Wipe deleted data from Kingston Digital DataTraveler on Mac.

Erase Free Space mode is able to help you wipe unused disk space of Kingston Digital DataTraveler, and permanently erase all deleted data on the Kingston Digital DataTraveler. It will not affect the existing data on the Kingston Digital DataTraveler.

Fix and Wipe Kingston Digital DataTraveler on Mac

Once the data on the Kingston Digital DataTraveler is erased by TS DataWiper for Mac, the data will be gone forever, can’t be recovered by any data recovery software. So, just back up your data before you erase your data. TS DataWiper for Mac is 100% safe, it will never cause any damage, just like reset your Kingston Digital DataTraveler to factory settings. It also offers tools to help you quickly format Kingston Digital DataTraveler on Mac or rename it, eject it on Mac in safe mode.

TS DataWiper for Mac also can erase data from HDD, SSD, Mac computer, other USB flash drive, memory card, etc.