The term “Dead” is used, when anything does not behave/respond as expected to react. Dead hard drive means, when a user is not able to access or interact with the hard drive connected to their system. Under this situation, user is unable to access data from dead hard disk to the computer. Now the only option a user is left with is, to retrieve data from the dead hard drive and save it to another storage device.
Hard disk is dead? Really? Know it why
Most common reasons for hard disk to act as dead, is Hardware failure and software failure. Other factors which lead to dead hard disk are as follows -
How to prevent data loss from dead hard drive?
Retrieve data from dead hard drive with Remo Recover
Remo Recover (Windows) is an award winning recovery tool; its capability to restore data from dead hard disk is awesome. This recovery software is developed with complex algorithm, which scans minute sectors of hard disk drive to recover lost data.
Remo Recover successfully runs on Windows based Operating System like Windows XP, Windows Vista, Windows 7, and Windows 8. This software is enriched with other outstanding features which are listed below.
Features of Remo Recover:
Steps to use Remo Recover:
Step 1: Download Remo Recover, install it on system and run it. Select “Recover Drives” from the main window
Figure 1: Main Screen
Step 2: Click on “Partition Recovery” to recover data
Figure 2: Partition Recovery
Step 3: Select dead hard drive and click on “Next”
Figure 3: Select Drive
Step 4: On complete scan, you can see the list of recovered data as “File Type View/ Data Type View”
Figure 4: Recovered Data
Step 5: Save the recovery session, to avoid re-scan of the whole drive.
Figure 5: Save Recovery Session