Hard drive crash could be caused by a logical or software failure in the drive. The worst thing when laptop HDD crashes is that you will lose all data that you have stored on your drive. No matter how good your laptop is, it can crash anytime due to reasons such as damaged boot sector, severe virus infection, presence of excessive bad sectors on your disk, software malfunction and so on. Regardless of the reasons, Remo Recover will help you to recover files from laptop hard drive after crash in just a few clicks.
Remo Recover offers simple solution to retrieve files from crashed laptop hard drive. This tool is simple to use and provides step-by-step instructions to execute crashed laptop hard drive recovery. If in case, crashed laptop disk contains bad sectors, software thoroughly scans your drive with the help of in-built algorithms by skipping these bad sectors and create disk images which is the exact replica of your HDD and later recovers the data from it.
This tool provides an option to select a specific file type, as there are huge files saved on a laptop hard drive. It supports crashed laptop hard drive recovery from all types of interfaces like SSD, ATA, SATA, IDE, PATA, SCSI, etc. Remo Recover program will recover files from crashed laptop hard drive having file system such as FAT16, FAT32, NTFS, NTFS5 and ExFAT.
Remo Recover has a simple GUI which provides step wise instructions to execute this crashed laptop hard drive recovery. First, download the tool and install it on your computer on which you have attached the crashed HDD as a slave. Once you have launch the utility, you will get a main window with three options, among them you need to choose “Recover Partitions/Drives” option and in the next screen click on “Partition Recovery” option. Now, you have to select the hard drive from which you want to recover data and click on “Next” to move to the next screen. Software automatically begin the scanning process and after it gets completed, you can “Preview” the list of recovered files in two types of view that is “Data View” or “File Type view”. You also have an option to resume the scanning process to avoid re-scanning of the drive with the help of “Save Recovery Session” feature. At last, “Save” the retrieves files on any preferred location.