When a partition of your computer hard drive refuses to open, most of the users worry about how to access data present on such inaccessible partition. However, to make such drives accessible, we need to format the partition. Since formatting erases all data present on hard drive partition, losing data due to which is really a frustrating situation. In such critical scenarios, you need to use a suitable backup to overcome the data loss. What will you do if you lost data due to formatting of hard drive? Your anxiety will keep growing if you don’t find any suitable options to rescue lost data. Though there are various applications available, but when it comes to rescuing data from computer hard drive, Data Recovery Software is the most trustworthy tool in the world.
Whenever a file has been deleted from computer hard drive, only the pointer pointing the file has been remover, however the file remains at the same place but it is invisible to operating system. This tool has been designed with various advanced features so that it can easily find and restore data from HDD and all other storage drive which can be accessed through Windows or Mac computer.
Before knowing how to rescue lost or deleted data, let us walk though some of the most common circumstances where you can lose data.
In order to avoid the loss of data due to any of the above mentioned scenarios, it’s mandatory to have a suitable backup of all your vital data. Moreover, it’s strongly recommended to store the backup files on external storage drives like flash drives, USB drives, CD, DVD etc. Furthermore, use an effective and trustworthy antivirus and firewall software to avoid virus infection on your computer.
Hard disk drives: Seagate (GoFlex, FreeAgent, Expansion, Replica, Satellite), Western Digital (My Passport, Elements, My Book), Iomega (Prestige, eGo), LaCie (Rugged, Porsche, Minimus), HP (Pocket Media, SimpleSave), Hitachi (Touro, LifeStudio), Buffalo (MiniStation, DriveStation), Toshiba (Canvio), IoSafe, Apple (Time Capsule), Silicon Power, Kingston, Transcend, Imation, Samsung, Fujitsu, Quantum etc
USB drives: LaCie (XtremKey, iamaKey, CooKey, FastKey), Kingston (DataTraveler, HyperX), SanDisk (Cruzer, Ultra, Blade), Corsair (Voyager, Padlock, Survivor), Transcend (JetFlash), Sony (Micro Tiny, Vault, Click), Lexar (JumpDrive, Echo), Imation (Swivel, Clip, Defender), Panda, Centon, Patriot, HDE, Emtec, ADATA, Toshiba, IronKey, Super Talent, Verbatim, T&J, Mimoco
Memory Cards: ADATA (Turbo), Duracell, Fujifilm, Canon, Dane-Elec, Garmin, HP, Kingston (Standard, Ultimate, Elite Pro), Lexar (Platinum, Echo, Professional), Olympus, Patriot (Signature, LX Series), PNY (Pro-Elite, Optima), SanDisk (Extreme, Ultra, Extreme Pro), Samsung, Sony (Memory Stick), Transcend etc
Step 1: Download and install this software on your Windows or Mac computer. Then launch the tool to rescue data as shown in below figure 1.
Figure 1 : Home Screen
Step 2: Select the storage drive from where you want to rescue data from the list of logical drives as shown in figure 2.
Figure 2: Select Drive
Step 3: Once the recovery process finishes, you will see the list of restored files as shown in figure 3.
Figure 3 : List of Recovered Files
Requirements: Microsoft Windows 8, Windows 7, Windows Vista, Windows XP, Windows 2003 and Windows 2008
Requirements: Mac OS X 10.5.X and above (including Leopard, Snow Leopard and Lion)