Whenever hard disk gets corrupt, most of the computer users think that the situation has gone out of control. You might even tried lots of manual tricks to get all your valuable files back but failed. However, the fact is that there are numerous ways to restore corrupted hard disk. One good approach to restore corrupted hard disk is using appropriate data recovery software. These tools help you to restore data from formatted hard drive, reformatted partitions, or inaccessible hard drive along with corrupted hard disk.
Hard disk is an integral part of every computer user’s life as it is used to store all the important files. If anything happens to the drive containing your important files, it can be very frustrating. However, accidents are bound to happen and it cause corruption of hard disk. In such situations, what will you do? Although the data resides on the same drive but it is inaccessible due to corruption.Though data recovery from corrupted hard drive is tedious task, it is no longer termed as an impossible. The corrupted hard drive data can be recovered by using formatted hard disk recovery tool in few mouse clicks.
Corruption to hard drive can be caused by many factors. The most common cause is virus infection. This virus infection is mainly caused due to downloading email attachments without scanning or through any other storage devices. Corruption can also occur because of software failure. Furthermore, many factors result in hard drive corruption such as file system error, hardware failure, MBR corruption, drive error, improper shutdown, extensive usage of hard drive etc. In each of these corruption scenarios, you can make use of this software to recover data from corrupted hard drive partition that is formatted with FAT16, FAT32, NTFS, exFAT, HFS or HFSX file systems.
To avoid data loss in any of the above-mentioned scenarios, always keep regular backup of all your important files, which might help you whenever you face data loss problem. And one more thing, do not save or copy any new files on the drive from where your files are lost or deleted because it might overwrite the previously saved files and leads to permanent data loss. Moreover, make use of updated firewall and anti-virus program to keep your system away from any external threats.
Restore Formatted Hard Drive tool is the perfect tool when it comes to restore corrupted hard disk of types SATA, IDE, SCSI hard disk drives. This tool has an inbuilt scanning algorithm that scans lost or deleted files in the entire corrupted hard disk and recovers the files with its advanced recovery features. It has a find option which helps to locate the particular file on the basis of file name, size, extension, and date of creation. You can download and run the free trial version of this software. It scans and restores over more than 300 types of files from your corrupted hard drive within few simple clicks. After recovering or restoring all your data from corrupted hard drive, you are facilitated to preview the restored data either in File Type View or Data View. It has potential to restore data from corrupted hard disk of several hard drive brands like Seagate, Western Digital, Iomega, Buffalo, and many more. Moreover, it supports corrupted hard drive data recovery on all the latest versions of Windows operating systems. Besides hard disk drives, this tool recover files from external hard drives, iPods, memory sticks, FireWire drives, digital cameras, USB drives etc. To avoid re-scanning of corrupted hard disk, this tool facilitates you to save the recovery session. Unlike other tools, it supports corrupted hard drive recovery from Mac and Windows based computers.
Steps to restore corrupted hard disk
Step 1: Download and install the tool on your computer and then open its home screen as shown in the figure a.
Figure a: Home screen
Step 2: Chose "Recover Partitions/Drives" option and then select the partition of hard drive as shown in figure b.
Figure b: Select Partition
Step 3: Lastly, you will see a list of restored files. Double click on any of the file to preview it as shown in figure c.
Figure c: File Preview