"Help me…! I am in an undesirable situation and don’t know what to do and what not to do. Last night I was working with my project files as I need to submit it in day after tomorrow. But when I started my system today, my hard drive failed to boot and showed me error message that “Hard Drive fail to boot” and present me a blank screen. This is completely unpredictable and making me crazy, as I don’t have any backup of my important files which are now out of my reach. Since I am not technically sound, I don’t know how to recover files from unbootable hard drive. But it’s a must do situation for me as it is related to my work. So please help me to get over this uninvited trouble-some by suggesting an easy way to create a bootable disk drive and recover all my files from the non-bootable drive. Thanks in advance.".
Well it’s quite oblivious that computer users might suffer issues related to hard drive corruption, inaccessibility or failing to boot as mentioned above. Since for most of the computer users don’t know much about the recovery process they get into panic. Nevertheless, there is no need to get panic, as it’s possible to restore data from unbootable hard drive using an efficient hard drive data recovery software.
How hard drive becomes unbootable and what are its reasons?
To be frank there are many reasons for unbootable hard drive, and they are mainly divided in two categories that are “physical” and “logical” errors. Unfortunately recovery of lost data from unbootable hard drive due to physical damage is highly impossible. However recovery of lost data due to logical reasons is completely achievable. So how hard drive becomes unbootable is the question now? Hard drive boots the necessary files from boot section were number of instructions are present. But due to some logical errors or unwanted changes made in the boot section, hard drive may fail to boot the files and result in data loss. Beside this there are several other reasons that may lead to the same, which are listed below:
Many of the users find it difficult to recover data from unbootable hard drive. But with Remo Recover its pretty simple and you need not to be a technical expert too, since it is very simple and easy to operate. It has a very detailed and well organized instructions set to follow. Software is equipped with superior data retrieval techniques and capable of executing unbootable hard drive recovery in an effective way. Using its smart scanning modules software can restore lost files from unbootable hard drive in just one scan. Moreover, you can even recover data from hard drives with bad sectors as software allows you to create disk image of the drive using “create image” option.
Other eye catching features of Remo Recover..!
Step 1: Download the demo version of the Remo Hard Drive Recovery tool and install it on your Windows computer. Run the software to open its main screen and select "Recover Partitions" option as illustrated in figure 1. Then, it shows the available physical and logical drives in the system. Choose the physical hard disk that is not booting and click "Scan" button
Figure 1: Main Screen
Step 2: Now, the software scans the entire hard disk to find aall its partitions. Once scanning is completed, it lists all the found partitions with their file systems. Choose the partition from which you want to recover files and click "Scan" button to recover the files from unbootable drive, as illustrated in figure 2.
Figure 2: Choose the Appropriate Partition
Step 3: Once scanning is completed, the software shows the recovered data in two views "Data View", and "File Type View" illustrated in figure 3.
Figure 3: Recovered Data View
Step 4: At the end of the recovery process, you can preview the recovered files by right clicking on the file and selecting Preview from the displayed options. as illustrated in figure 4.
Figure 4: Preview Recovered Files
Step 5: At last, if you are happy with the recovery results of the software, buy the complete version and save the recovered files at the location of your choice, as the demo version doesn't allow to save the files
Figure 5: Save Recovered Data