Recover Data from PATA Drive

Data recovery from PATA hard drive can easily performed by using the free trial version of Remo Recover software. It retrieves all types of files from PATA as well as other hard drives like IDE, SATA, etc. with great ease.


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Learn how to rescue data from PATA drive

PATA stands for Parallel Advance Technology Attachment which interfaces the hard drive with computer. It was originally designed by Western Digital and later other followed it. This technology uses parallel signaling for data inter-exchange. PATA hard drives have 40 pins board cable that connects hard drive with mother broad. Even though it is the old technology, as it was over driven by SATA technology, but still most of the users prefer to use PATA hard drives on their system, as it is cost effective when compared to SATA.

A PATA hard drive comes in wide range of storage capacity, which can range from 10 GB to 1 TB. Many popular brands like Western Digital, Seagate, Samsung, Toshiba etc. manufacture PATA hard drives. These PATA hard drives are widely used in both branded system and assembled system.

As data security is always crucial in any circumstances, it is important in PATA hard drive also. But sometimes it happens that users lose data from PATA drive due to various reasons. Let us go through some of the scenarios that cause data loss from PATA hard drive.

Reasons behind data loss:

Virus attack: Virus infection is the most common reason that causes data loss. If system is not protected with good and effective antivirus, then most of the files that are present on the hard drive will get affected due to harmful viruses and cause data loss.

Accidental deletion: As mistakes are made by human beings, many times users prove it right. Many users are always in hurry that they are not much aware of the things they are doing. Then users mistakenly press Shift + Delete button and lose the data from the hard drive.

Formatting/Reformatting: When users choose to format drive to change the file system or reformat to install new copy of Operating System; both the events will erase the data that is present on the drive.

Now what should users do in order to recover the data that they had lost from hard drives? The best solution for all the above said data loss scenarios is PATA drive data recovery.

To make easy for users, we came with the most brilliant tool that will restore data from PATA drive. Yes, Remo Recover is worldwide recommended recovery software using which users can easily recover data from PATA drive. You will also be able to recover data from dead hard drive with the help of Remo Recover. This software is very useful for the users, as it will regain data from PATA drive that is either deleted, corrupted, missing or lost.

Remo Recover helps to retrieve data from PATA drive on all the latest Windows Operating System like Windows XP, Windows Vista, Windows 7 and Windows 8. This software will recover data from PATA drive which can be an image files, audio files, video files and documents.

Other features of Remo Recover:

  • Free trial version for all users
  • Simple to install and easy to use
  • Supports data recovery from FAT, NTFS, NTFS5 file systems
  • Supports recovery of up to 300 file types
  • You can preview recovered data before you save it
  • Allows you to save recovery session and avoid re-scanning, hence save user's precious time

Steps to restore data from PATA drive:

1. Download and install Remo Recover software on your Windows computer. Now connect your PATA drive to your computer.

2. Choose the drive from which represents where you want to recover data.

3. Now click on the Scan button from the main screen.

Scanning The Drive

Note: Wait for the tool to finish Deep Scan. The tool allows you to view the recovered files through the Dynamic Recovery View option, you can also navigate to the Lost Partition folder in the Tree Structure. Additionally, the tool allows you to preview the recovered files using the Preview feature.

Select The Desired Folder

4. Finally, select the files which you want to restore and click on the Recover option.


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