How to Recover Data from Hard Drive after Reimage

Reimaged your hard drive and don't have a backup to restore your important data? Here's the detailed guide on how to recover data from reimaged hard drive using Remo Recover tool. Download the free demo edition of the software now!

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Data Recovery from Hard Drive after Reimage

“Hi, I lost all my vital data including family pictures, documents, favorite music collection from my Mac OS X hard drive after I reimaged it. Actually, I couldn’t make a copy of important data from hard drive before re-image. Is it possible to recover data from reimaged hard drive?”

Yes! It is possible and no need to worry about data loss since data recovery from hard drive after reimage can be done with the help of professional hard drive data recovery software from Remo. The software quickly and safely restores all types of data files including images, videos, documents, audio, etc. from reimaged hard drive. Moreover, it is a non-destructive utility that easily recover all lost data without damaging it.

Remo Recover partition recovery tool- Smart way to restore data after reimage!

Remo Recover is an easy-to-use application that helps all types of users to easily navigate the steps and perform data recovery from reimaged hard drive on both Mac and Windows operating system. It provides understandable user interface with detailed instructions which help both technical and non-technical user to carry out smooth data recovery. Now, download trial edition of Remo Recover program for free and bring lost data back in just few mouse clicks.

Try before you buy Remo Recover partition recovery tool

Tool is available as trial edition which is absolutely free. You can use this free demo version to analyze data recovery results. It includes all the features that is available in the paid version except SAVE option. Once you are convinced with its results, you can save the recovered data by purchasing the software.

Tutorial to perform data recovery from hard drive after reimage




Step 1: Launch Remo Recover and select “Recover Drives / Volumes” option to recover data from hard drive after reimage.

Click Recover Drives / Volumes option

Step 2: Choose either “Volume Recovery” or “Formatted / Reformatted Recovery” option to recover data from re imaged hard drive.

Select suitable option to recover data from reimaged hard drive

Step 3: Select the hard drive from where you want to restore data and click on “Next” button to initiate scanning process.

Select reimaged hard drive

Step 4: After scan is completed, you can view the list of all recoverable files from reimaged hard drive by means of “File Type View” and “Data View”.

Preview recoverable data

Step 5: To avoid re-scanning of already scanned drive, you can use Save Recovery Session option to “Save” the current recovery session.

Save Recovery Session




Remo Recover partition recovery tool comes in handy:

  • Recover data from crashed or failed hard drive
  • Get back data from corrupted, inaccessible and RAW hard drives
  • Recovering files from hard drive formatted with FAT, HFS and ExFAT file systems
  • Deleted or lost partition recovery from internal / external hard drive
  • Retrieves data from hard disk drive which refuses to boot

 Most common data loss scenarios:

  • Accidentally formatting healthy partition instead of affected drive
  • Excess number of bad sectors on hard disk drive also cause data loss
  • Unintentionally deleting data from the hard drive
  • Severe errors in registry files also results in loss of data
  • Data is even lost due to partition errors like file system corruption, partition table damage, etc.

Besides the above mentioned scenarios, it supports all types of data loss scenarios on Windows and Mac OS X. In addition, you can recover data from different storage devices like pen drive, external hard disk, iPod, memory card, USB flash drive, FireWire device and more. Moreover, it retrieves data from all types of hard drives such as SSD, SATA, SCSI, PATA and IDE.


 

 

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