Sony is one of the leading companies in market that design and produce wide range of laptops models like Sony VAIO, Sony Ultrabook, and Sony Flip Series, which are suitable for all kind of users like kids, students, and professionals. Sony laptop comes with great performance and reliability. As its popularity is increasing, these laptops are preferred by many users. With this kind of increase in number of Sony laptop users, the chance of data lose is increased. There are many circumstances that lead to data loss from Sony laptop. Here is one which you might come across.
“I formatted my Sony laptop running on Windows, to make more free space to get rid from junk files. Unfortunately, I forgot to take a back up of my important files. I want to restore formatted data from Sony laptop. I need those files back in the same format, in which I have saved on my system. Is there any way to retrieve formatted data from Sony laptop? “
Yes, with Remo Recover you can easily regain formatted data from Sony laptop. This fast recovery tool is designed and developed to recover any kind of data loss. This software will get back your all lost data in almost no time. It is capable of identifying file types up to 300 like image files, audio files, video file, and documents etc.
Remo Recover supports data recovery from FAT 16, FAT 32, NTFS, and NTFS5 formatted partition/Volumes, which increases the possibilities of restoring formatted data from Sony laptop. This software can recover formatted data from SATA, IDE, SCSI, Flash memory, and Memory cards. Remo Recover supports Windows XP, Windows Vista, Windows 7, and Window 8.
Few more features of Remo Recover:
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Follow these steps to get back formatted data from Sony laptop:
Step1: Download and install Remo Recover (Windows) and run it. Click on “Recover Drives”.
Figure A: Main Screen
Step2: Select “Formatted / Reformatted Recovery” option.
Figure B: Formatted/Reformatted Recovery
Step3: Choose the drive from which you want to recover data and click on “Next”..
Figure C: Select Drive
Step4: After successful scan, you can choose “Data Type View/File Type View”.
Figure D: List of Recovered Data
Step 5: Save recovered session, to avoid re-scan.
Figure 5: Save Recovery Session