Restore Files from Bad Hard Drive
It is an awful condition if your portable hard drive is inaccessible by any reasons and it would be more harrowing if that HDD, contain any of your important files. Storing your data in a corrupted hard disk can pave the way for your files being lost or deleted. Usually it is a very tough task to recover data from bad hard drive, but Remo Recover can perform the task in a very smooth and simple way. On reading further you will come to know, how to get files off a bad hard drive?
Common scenarios for a bad hard drive
A portable hard disk becomes bad means it is a clear indication of inaccessibility. An inaccessible HDD is considered as of no use until it is formatted. But formatting a hard disk can delete all your data which is present in the disk. Let’s check out some scenarios which lead normal hard disk to become a bad hard drive:
Retrieve data from bad hard drive using Remo Recover
As mentioned already on the introductory part you can recover data from bad hard drive by using the reliable Remo Recover tool. The only thing you will have to take care is to mention the exact portable HDD for data recovery from bad external hard drive. Remo Recover Windows is a tool which can rescue around 300 file types in a quick manner. The main highlight of the application is the “Preview” option which would help the users in knowing the restored data prior to saving. Now you are going to see the distinctive attributes of Remo Recover, which will turn on your confidence to restore files from bad hard drive.
Why Remo Recover is different?
By reviewing the features you would have got a clear idea on how to get files off a bad hard drive. You can use the application to experience the facilities and efficiency of Remo Recover.
Step1: Download and run Remo Recover tool and choose “Recover Drives” option from main window.
Figure A: Main Screen
Step2: Next, select “Formatted / Reformatted Recovery” option to begin with the process of hard disk recovery.
Figure B: Formatted/Reformatted Recovery
Step3: Then select the hard disk drive and click “Next” button to begin scanning process.
Figure C: Select Drive
Step4: Once the scanning process gets over, you can view list of recovered data in two types of views that are “File Type View” and “Data View”.
Figure D: List of Recovered Data
Step 5: Finally you can view recovered file and save them to any drive location on your host Windows computer.
Figure 5: Save Recovered Data