Retrieve Data from Crashed External Hard Drive

Easiest Way to Restore Data from Dead External Hard Drive

External hard drive is a portable device being used to store and transfer data to other storage devices. However, sometimes while accessing certain important data from external hard drive end up abruptly removing it from computer. Soon after this when you immediately connect it back and tried to check weather files are copied or not. But unfortunately, you could not able to open and view files from external hard drive. This raises the mere conception that external hard drive might have got crashed after sudden ejection from system. You may have saved lots of precious data including official as well as personal work. So, how to retrieve data from crashed external hard drive? To answer this question, one needs to download and install My Data Recovery software to restore data from dead external hard drive with ease.

This software has the ability to perform rigorous scanning of crashed external hard drive to retrieve deleted or lost files such as pictures, audio, video, documents, etc. It has the potential to get back files from crashed external hard drive of types SATA, SCSI, IDE, etc of numerous manufacturing brands such as Seagate, Western Digital, Buffalo, etc. To know more information on how to retrieve data from crashed external hard drive, visit here http://www.mydata-recovery.com/. Make use of this advanced algorithm to retrieve data from crashed external hard drive, USB flash drive, Pen drive, iPod and memory card.

Reasons behind data loss from crashed external hard drive:

  • Formatting Errors: Whenever you make use of same external hard drive on different computers and operating system can lead to software conflicts and show warning error messages like "Drive not formatted? Do you want to format it?" . This can result in data loss.
  • Sudden Power Failure: At times, while moving or transferring data from external hard drive to your system can get interrupted due to abrupt power surge. This can lead to corruption of external hard drive result in data loss.
  • Virus or Malware Attacks: Sometimes, due to usage of un reliable third party tool can result in intrusion of deadly virus into your external hard drive. This can result in corruption of external hard drive making the entire data inaccessible.

Besides the above mentioned reasons, there are other reasons such as sudden removal of external hard drive, bad sectors, etc responsible for external hard drive crash. In order to overcome these scenarios, its best practice to backup and store external hard drive data to other external drive like Pen drive. Also, immediately stop using the external hard drive soon after gets crashed to avoid overwriting of present data with new one. Else, you can simply employ this robust application to retrieve data from crashed external hard drive connected to laptop or computer of different manufacturing brands like Lenovo, Acer, Dell, etc.

Furthermore, you can use this advanced tool to restore lost data from MacBook Air Drive and other drives like MacBook, MacBook Pro, iMac, etc. This software ensure that you can easily retrieve data from crashed external hard drive running on latest versions of Windows 8, 7, Vista, XP, 2007, 2003, etc and Mac OS X, Lion, Leopard, Snow Leopard, etc.

Willing to know how to restore data from crashed external hard drive:

Step 1: Download and install My Dat Recovery software on your computer. Then, run the software and choose “Recover Drives” option from the welcome wizard as shown in Figure A.

Retrieve Data from Crashed External Hard Drive - Welcome Wizard

Figure A: Welcome Wizard

Step 2: Further, the software displays the list of drives present on your system. Select the crashed external drive from where file got deleted and click on “Next” tab to start the scanning process as shown in Figure B.

Retrieve Data from Crashed External Hard Drive - Select Crashed External Hard Drive

Figure B: Select Crashed External Hard Drive

Step 3: Once done with the data recovery process, you will be able to preview all the restored data in “File Type View” or “Data Type View” as shown in Figure C.

Retrieve Data from Crashed External Hard Drive - File Type View / Data Type View

Figure C: File Type View / Data Type View

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