Retrieve Crashed Hard Drive Data

Get back files from hard drive which is crashed, fails to boot or has corrupt file system in just few clicks by using Remo hard drive recovery software.

Hard drive crashes can be disastrous; especially, if you are not having proper data backup. You could lose access to all your data stored on that drive. It’s required that everyone should be backing up their valuable data on an external source on a regular basis to secure it in these disastrous situations. There could be several reasons for your hard disk drive to crash. Yet, many times, it is possible to predict a hard drive failure and secure data in prior. Occurrence of blue screens, slow startups, system rebooting itself etc. all these indicates a fatal crash in near future.

However, if your drive has crashed and is not booting at all, then do not think that your data is lost forever. Remo Recover, an award winning data recovery software can recover lost data from crashed hard drives that show blue screen after booting or that won't boot due to file system corruption. Actually, it is very easy to use and is do-it-yourself recovery software that helps you to scan entire drive and restore data with its original directory structure & file names. The tool even allows you to save the recovered data on any drive except the one from which data was lost.

Common Hard Drive Crash Scenarios

  • Corruption of Master Boot Record leading to Operating system crash: Master Boot Record (MBR) is an important component of FAT & NTFS file systems, which helps in booting Windows operating system. So, corruption of Master Boot Record results in a hard drive crash.
  • Presence of excessive bad sectors: Improper handling of your hard drives can result in formation of bad sectors. If sufficient care is not taken to avoid /fix these issues, then chances of data loss due to bad sectors increases and it could also lead to hard drive crash.
  • Fragmented hard drive: As the computer becomes old and gets accumulated with lots of files and folders, hard drive becomes more and more fragmented. Due to which file access speed decreases resulting in slow PCs. If the issue is not fixed at the earliest then your drive could fail.
  • Improper shut down of the computer leading to corruption of files: Improper shut down of the system could result in corruption of system files that lead to hard drive inaccessibility.
  • Software conflicts: Installing a malicious application or having an outdated application that is not compatible enough with the OS, can even result in hard disk failure.
  • System files corrupted due to virus attack: Viruses are another common reason for hard drive crash. Viruses can affect important system files as a result, the hard drive fails to boot.

Remo Recover comes in handy to restore files from hard disk which is crashed due to above stated reasons or due to any other reasons in just few clicks. In fact, even when Windows won't boot due to various issues like virus attack, file system corruption or improper file system conversion, the tool assists in recovering data back. It offers you an efficient way for restoring data with its many user-friendly features that ensure quick and comfortable recovery.

By using its "Save Recovery Session" option, user can avoid re-scanning the drive when you want to resume the process. If any sort of difficulties occur while using the software or recovering the files, you can contact technical experts available round the clock to assist you via live chats.

Note: Do not store any new files to your hard drive, adding data or saving any recovered files on the drive or partition which contains lost data may overwrite the deleted / lost data leading to permanent data loss.

Supported Windows Operating System versions: Windows 8, Windows 7 (Starter, Home Basic, Home Premium, Ultimate, Professional, Enterprise), Windows Vista (Starter, Home Basic, Home Premium, Ultimate, Business, Enterprise), Windows XP (Starter, Home, Professional, Media Center), Windows Server 2008 (Standard, Enterprise), Windows Server 2003 (Standard, Enterprise)

Supported Mac Operating System Versions: Mac Leopard (10.5), Snow Leopard (10.6), Lion (10.7), Mountain Lion (10.8), Mavericks (10.9), and Yosemite (10.10) etc.

Supported Hard Drive Manufacturers: Buffalo, Fujitsu, Hitachi, Imation, Iomega, IOsafe, LaCie, Maxtor, Quantum, Samsung, Seagate, Sony, SanDisk, Transcend, Kingston and Western Digital etc.

Supported Laptop Manufactures: Acer, Apple, Asus, Compaq, Dell, Gigabyte, HP, IBM, Sony, Samsung, Lenovo, and Toshiba.

Procedure to recover data from crashed hard disk using Remo Recover:

Download the software by clicking on the Download Now button and install it on your system. Launch the software and from the main screen, select Recover Partitions / Drives option. Next, select either Partition Recovery or Formatted / Reformatted Recovery depending on the situation. Allow the application to scan your system to display all available drives. Choose the crashed hard drive and click on Next; the scanning process will be initialized. After scanning, a list of recovered files will be displayed. Preview the files using Preview option and save the retrieved data on a preferred destination.

Few precautionary measures to avoid data loss from hard disk:

  • Maintain backup of important files and folders in an external storage device so that you can restore them during any unforeseen circumstances
  • Scanning the system with a powerful antivirus software should be carried out on a regular basis
  • To prevent bad sectors from increasing, defrag your hard drive regularly

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System Requirements

Operating System – Microsoft Windows 7, Windows Vista, Windows XP, Windows 2003 or Windows 2008

RAM – 1 GB RAM (Recommended, 2 GB RAM)

Free disk space - 50 MB (for installation)

Log in to the system as Local System Administrator and install the software.