Advanced Software to perform Bad Drive Recovery!!!

 

Lost your important files due to bad drive? If this is true, then the first question coming to your mind will be, is there any way to recover files from bad drive? Answer is yes, you can definitely recover lost files due to bad hard drive. You just need to choice reliable and safe file recovery software that retrieve files from drives like pen drive, hard drive, external drive and other USB drives. External hard drive file recovery is a perfect solution to perform inaccessible drive recovery using which you can also recover files from corrupted external hard drive in just few simple mouse clicks.

In old days data recovery from bad drive is considered as all most impossible or very tough. But with the advancement in technology now days, it is no more tough or impossible job. External hard drive file recovery software is a gift of technology which helps you to perform data recovery from Seagate Slim portable drive after IO error. There are many other reasons for losing files from an unreachable drive. Let’s witness some of them.

Reasons due to which a drive becomes Bad:

Improper change in File System: Changing the file system is risky process. Small mistake during this process may make your drive corrupt and restrict you from accessing the data.

Frequent Formatting: Formatting is good but over formatting may make your drive bad by making your data unreachable.

Abrupt removal of Drive: USB drives are connected to your computer system for transferring data from external drive to computer hard drive or vice versa. During this process, if you unplug your drive then this may lead to data loss by making your drive inaccessible.

Virus infection: Viruses are most unwanted programs for a user, as they modify user data and at worst times they may make drive to crash landing you in data loss situation.

Taking backup is always a best thing, that help you to come over situations like this. If you don’t have backup still need not to worry, because external hard drive file recovery is here to help you out. It is developed by a team of experts and loaded with advanced recovery algorithm. It allows you to restore data from Iomega Desktop hard drive and from hard drives of brands such as Hitachi, Sony, HP etc. External hard drive file recovery program will scan the entire drive and can search files over 300 with their unique signature style. Follow the link to know how you can get back missing files after malware infection, power surges, file system corruption, etc. This utility can be used to perform file recovery from file systems like FAT16, FAT32, and NTFS. It retrieves lost files from bad drive such as photos, audios, videos etc. Just download the trail version of the software get an idea about it. If you are satisfied with the result then you can buy the legal version from the same site.

Steps to perform Bad Drive Recovery:

Step 1: Install the demo version of External Hard Drive File Recovery software on your system. Launch it by double clicking on the desktop icon. Once the software gets launched, select the suitable option from the main screen. As shown in Fig 1

Recover Files from Bad Drive - Main Screen

Fig 1: Main Screen

Step 2: After that click on "Partition Recovery" option in order to recover deleted / lost partition or click on "Formatted / Reformatted Recovery" option to recover data from the formatted partition as per your requirement. As shown in Fig 2

Recover Files from Bad Drive - Select Recovery Option

Fig 2: Select Recovery Option

Step 3: After this, select the affected drive from where you have lost the files. Click on "Next" button in order to move on to the next level. As shown in Fig 3

Recover Files from Bad Drive - Select Drive

Fig 3: Select Drive

Step 4: As soon as you hit the Next button, the recovery process will take place. Once the recovery process gets over, you can use the Preview option to view the recovered files from bad drive. As shown in Fig 4

Recover Files from Bad Drive - Preview Recovered Files

Fig 4: Preview Recovered Files

 

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