The Best Recovery Software

Best Hard Drive Recovery Software

 

Lost valuable files from your HDD and need to restore those files back?

Lately, with the advent of computer technology in to our lives it’s become very important to protect our data. Usually we store our all the data in computer hard disks. There are possibilities that the hard disk may get corrupted or inaccessible. Suppose a windows PC having 320 GB SATA hard disk when switched ON may produce a beep then hangs on the logo page for long time. After sometimes an error message will be shown saying no devices are being detected and it asks you to insert a boot CD. This is a case of hard disk crash. In such cases one will need a recovery tool that helps you to get back the data lost from hard disks.

While selecting best recovery software, you have to consider OS platform which it supports, hardware compatibility and how user friendly a tool is. There are many recovery tools available in the market, but it is wise to select the best recovery tool because; it offers you completely safe and risk free recovery procedure. Even if you are a Mac user then also you don’t have to worry. The best recovery tool can be used as hard disk recovery software to recover data from hard disk drives both on Windows and Macintosh platforms. In addition to that, this software can be also used as best lost data recovery software to restore lost data from various storage devices like hard drives, external USB drives, memory cards, iPods etc at your fingertips.

The best hard disk recovery software can be useful in the following data loss scenarios:

Accidental deletion: The files may get deleted accidently due to manual deletion or by emptying the Trash or Recycle Bin. Unintentionally deleting some important data from the hard disk by using Shift + Delete keys on Windows OS is one example of accidental deletion. Unauthorized access to your PC may also lead to loss of data.

Hard drive crash: Hard drive may get crashed due to physical or logical failure. If its physical failure it is not possible to recover them but if its due to logical damage then data can be recovered using recovery tool. The PC may get hang during booting and hard disk may get inaccessible. Due to some malicious software the hard drive may work in crawling speed. 

Bad Sectors: A hard disk contains millions of sectors. Sometimes some of the sectors in hard disk get corrupted and they marked as unusable. Data stored in these sectors will be lost.best Hard Disk Recovery Software creates disc image of the data by skipping the bad sectors.

Formatting or reformatting the drives: Files may be deleted/corrupted during formatting or reformatting the drives. Sometimes you may come across situations where in which a hard disk is not accessible and asks you to format it. In such situations the hard disk gets reformatted and data within it will get lost.

Partitioning and repartitioning: Files may get deleted during partitioning or repartitioning the drives or volumes. Resizing the volume also may cause loss of some data.

Other reasons: The data may also get deleted due to some other reason like unexpected power off, removing the hard drive while the writing process is in progress, virus attack, failure of disk repair and verify application etc. Also during mounting or unmounting of the volumes the data within it may get deleted.

You should take care of following things to avoid data loss in future:

Once you come to know that some important data has been lost, hard disk is corrupted or crashed then stop using that hard disk. Make sure that you don’t save any new data over it. Because once the data is overwritten with the new data it’s impossible to get back them.When you install the recovery software make sure that you don’t install then same drive because there may be chances of overwriting.

The Best Hard Disk Recovery Software comes with exciting features that allows you to retrieve back the data you lost.This software helps you to recover photos, videos or audios. So in such scenario, you can use it as image recovery tool. It can recover files deleted from Recycle Bin in Windows or Trash on Mac OS X. You can recover the data lost during partitioning/repartitioning or formatting or reformatting within few clicks. It comes with some additional features like you can have the preview of all the recovered files before you restore them. You can save the recovery session and you can resume that whenever you want that helps you to save your time by skipping the scan process. The software also acts as Windows XP recovery software to retrieve data deleted / lost from Windows XP. It supports even the latest versions of Windows OS, it includes Windows 2008, Windows 7, Windows Vista and Windows 2003. Know more about Windows XP at http://www.thebestrecoverysoftware.com/windows-xp.html. In addition to this, you can also recover files from flash drives, external hard drives, SATA, SCSI and IDE hard disks. It recovers data from FAT16, FAT32, NTFS, NTFS5, ExFAT file systems. There is a separate version of the software to recover files from Mac computers. This software is compatible with HFS and HFS+ File Systems of the Mac computers. Know more about this.

Guidelines to use best hard disk recovery tool:

  • Download and install the free version of hard disk recovery software in any other drive. Select the option "Recover partitions / Drives" from the main window.Now select “Partition Recovery” or "Formatted / Reformatted Recovery" to recover the data.
  • The Best Recovery Software - Main Screen

  • Select the drive which you want to recover and click "Next" to scan it.Once the scanning is finished you will see the preview of recovered data. Select the data’s you want to recover and restore it to your PC.
  • The Best Recovery Software - Main Screen

Precautionary measures:

  • Use backup software to create backup of your file so that you can easily restore them.
  • It’s safe to click at "Safely Remove Hardware" whenever unmounting any externally connected storage device.
  • Make sure that you have taken sufficient data backup before attempting any hard drive related operations like repartitioning or resizing.

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