USB drive disaster is very much similar with the Registry Cleaner. Just like the Registry cleaner, you can also do USB drive repair and also perform other USB device troubleshooting. However, you must understand that the program works differently from the Registry cleaner. Registry cleaner only works to fix a single file while the USB drive repair programs work to fix the whole USB device including its partitions. You must be familiar with the working of both programs before you install them.
Using 3rd party software for those of you who do not like messing around inside the registry either through imports or manually, there's a free software called IntelliAdmin USB Drive Abler which does all the required registry editing for you without touching the files directly. The software is windows stand-alone executable so just run it, choose whether you prefer to enable or disable the USB storage devices via USB, and let the program do the rest. It will work in such a way as to protect all your files just like it protects your operating system; meaning, should there be a problem with your USB drives, you can easily access it via intelliadmin and boot into windows to find out what exactly happened. You can also use it to keep a backup of your files as well as restoring any changes that you may have made using the Registry cleaner.
So if you think you're lost with regards to your USB devices, you don't need to panic anymore. You don't need to call anyone for assistance either. Just download the free version of the program via USB port and you can easily boot into windows and figure out what happened to your precious data. With the help of a good USB drive disabler, you will be back on track in no time at all.