Solution to Recover Data from Failed Hard Drive

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“While moving some important files from my pen drive to Windows OS hard disk, system got terminated abruptly due to power outrage. When I restarted it, system was not recognizing the drives and I was unable to access hard drive data. I guess my system hard drive is failed but I am not sure about it. Instead I want to recover lost files on hard drive. Can anybody help me out to overcome from this situation? Any suggestions would be appreciated”

Hard disk drive (HDD) is a data storage device which is present in every computer, well known for storing all kind of data into it. The significant features of HDD are its storage capacity and performance. Although most hard drives are internal hard drives, many of you can also make use external hard drives to back up data on your computer. These hard drives can be replaced as and when needed or if you face any hard drive failures you can replace it.

Hard Disk Drive Failure occurs when a hard disk malfunctions and the stored information cannot be accessed with a properly configures system. Disk failure may occur due to errors such as hard disk exposing to fire or water or to some high magnetic fields, which can lead to hard drive head crash. A hard disk fail will also occur due to several kinds of software issues such as severe virus infections, high defrags, etc.

Recovering data from corrupted, damaged, crashed or failed hard drive sounds impossible to most of Window users who ever have lost their data stored on failed hard disk. But no worries, be calm, it is made easier to recover entire hard drive documents with the help of Remo Recover Software.

Factors that are responsible for Hard drive Failure:

  • Bad sectors are areas of the hard disk that do not maintain any data integrity. They are automatically masked by the operating system and thus hard to identify, especially if large amounts of the data are currently in use. This may cause hard drive failure.
  • When you hear strange noises coming from your hard drive, it may be too late already. A repetitive sound is caused by the hard disk head as it is trying to write data and recovers from errors in doing so. Grinding or screeching noises indicate that parts of the hard drive are failing.
  • Slowing down of the computer while performing some tasks, frequent freezes, blue screen of death are all the possible signs of hard drive failure.
  • Sudden system shut down due to power outrage while the hard drive is performing some process, this will leads to hard disk failure on Windows.

Other than above mentions causes some other reasons for hard disk failure can be the physical damage, system will not be able to boot, virus infection, and many others. Do not worry about the data as it can be retrieved with the help of reliable software known as Remo Recover.

Features of Remo Recover Software:

Remo Recover is one of the best recovery software available in the market that guarantees the perfect retrieval of deleted or lost data on all Windows Operating System versions like Windows 10, Windows 8, 7, Windows XP, Vista, Windows Server 2008, etc. It supports Windows Operating System including SCSI, SATA, ATA, IDE, hard drive interfaces. This software will help you recovering all kinds of files stored in hard drive like image files, audio files, video files, document files and many more in simple steps.

Remo Recover allows you to retrieve data from hard disks even if they are having bad sectors, are corrupted or if they are totally inaccessible. It is having powerful scanning algorithm, that scans the entire Windows drive within few minutes and get back data from failed hard drive. Using this tool you can sort the recovered data on the basis of file name, file size and file type according to your requirement.

It not only restores files from failed internal hard drives but also rescue data from dead hard disks and removable hard disks like USB flash drive, memory sticks, FireWire drives, memory cards, pen drives, etc. This tool capable of recovering hundreds of files within minutes, so the number of files stored is no where concerned for this tool. Remo Recover utility can also bring back partitions on hard drives formatted with FAT16, FAT32, NTFS, NTFS5 and ExFAT file systems.

Steps to recover data from a failed hard drive:

Step 1: Download, install, and run the trial edition of Remo Recover software on a system. Connect the failed hard drive as a slave to the system, in which the software has been installed. Now, from the main screen, choose Recover Partitions option. Then, it shows the logical and physical disks available in the system. Choose the failed hard disk and click Scan button

Retrieve Data From Failed Hard Disk - Main Screen

Figure A: Main Screen

Step 2: Now the software starts scanning the failed hard disk to find all its partitions. Once scanning is done, it shows all the find partitions along with their file systems. Choose the partition which you want to recover and hit Scan button to initiate the recovery process

Recover Data From Failed Hard Disk - Choose Appropriate Partition

Figure B: Choose Appropriate Partition

Step 3: Once it completes the scanning and recovery process, it displays the recovered files in Data View, and File Type View formats

Restore Data From Failed Hard Disk - Recovered Data View

Figure C: Recovered Data View

Step 4: Prior saving the recovered files, the tool allows you to preview the recovered files by just right clicking on the respective file, and choosing Preview button

Recover Failed Hard Drive Software - Preview Recovered Files

Figure D: Preview Recovered Files

Step 5: After evaluating the recovery results, if you are satisfied with the tool, theh activate the license key and save the recovered files at the location of your choice

Failed Hard Disk Data Recovery - Save Recoverable Data

Figure E: Save Recoverable Data