Crashed Hard Drive Recovery Software

  • Instant recovery of deleted and lost data from crashed hard drive
  • Get back your data from hard drive partitions that are inaccessible
  • Recover hard drive after BSOD (Blue Screen of Death)
  • Recover data from hard drive that doesn't boot or having file system corruption
  • Preview recovered data and evaluate chances of recovery

Recover data from hard drive that won't boot

There are several reasons for your hard disk drive to crash. However, if your drive has crashed and is not booting at all, then don’t 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 a blue screen after booting or that won't boot due to file system corruption.

Remo Recover is very easy to use, do-it-yourself recovery software that helps you to scan an entire drive and recovers data with its original directory structure & file names and allows you to save the recovered data from the drive which had crashed.


Remo Recover (Windows)

  • The entire crashed hard drive is scanned to restore data
  • Retrieve deleted and lost data from crashed hard drives or from non-booting drives
  • Restore data from partitions that are deleted or inaccessible
  • Recover data lost due to partitioning errors
  • The "Disk Image" feature allows you to create a replica of your drive as a file. You can later recover data from these disk image files. This feature is important if your drive is severely damaged
  • Recover data from FAT16, FAT32, NTFS, NTFS5, exFAT formatted partitions / drives

Remo Recover (Mac)

  • Recover data from Mac OS X volumes after the hard drive has crashed
  • Locate and recover deleted and lost data from missing and deleted Mac volumes
  • Deep scans volumes that do not mount or fail to mount to recover data easily
  • Universal Binary application, which supports both Intel and PowerPC Mac platforms
  • Use "Save Recovery Session" option to avoid re-scanning the drive when you want to resume the saving process

Common hard drive crash scenarios

  • Corruption of Master Boot Record leading to Operating system crash – The Master Boot Record (MBR) is an important component of FAT & NTFS file systems, which helps in booting Windows operating system. Any corruption to Master Boot Record may result in a hard drive crash.
  • System files corrupted due to virus attack leading to hard drive crash – Viruses are another common reason for hard drive crash. Viruses can affect important system files as a result of which, the hard drive fails to boot.
  • Improper shut down of the computer leading to corruption of files – Improper shut down of the system could result in corruption of system files leading to hard drive crash

Process: How to Recover Hard Drive Data?

Make use of Remo Recover (Mac) to recover deleted / lost data from crashed hard drives on Mac

Note: Avoid installing any software or saving any recovered files on the drive or partition, which contains deleted / lost data. This may overwrite the deleted / lost data leading to permanent data loss

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

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

Supported Devices: Hard Disk Drives (HDD) - IDE / SATA / SCSI / ATA / PATA, SSD, External / USB / Removable drives

Supported Operating Systems: 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)

Related Information

Recover Hard Drive
Have you deleted a partition, formatted your hard drive? Converted a NTFS partition to NTFS or have deleted some files? For all issues on a hard drive you can use Remo Recover to recover data from your hard drive. Follow the guidelines mentioned on the page to recover data.

Recover Data after Disk Boot Failure
Are you getting these messages when you boot your PC “Disk IO failure”, “Disk Boot Failure” and “Invalid Drive Specification”? All these messages relate to a corrupt boot loader of your hard drive and when this happens, you lose access to your Operating system and data. You can recover data from such situations very easily. Follow the consequent page and see how simple the steps are to recover lost data.

Recover Files from a Reformatted Hard Drive
When you reformat a drive basically what you do is change the file system which was earlier present on that drive, like if your drive was having FAT file system and you change it to NTFS file system. If you reformat a drive the data which was present earlier on that drive will be now wiped out. In order to recover data you will have to follow the process listed on this page.

USB Data Recovery
Just like in crashed hard drives, you can also face similar situations in external USB drive. If your USB drive system files get corrupted you end up seeing messages like "Format Now" and if you end up formatting the drive then all your data on it will be lost. If you are in a situation like this and would like to recover data then read this brief tutorial on how to perform USB data recovery.

Recover Lost Data
Remo data recovery software is a recommended solution to recover data thats deleted or lost. This software is available for both Windows and Mac OS X users. You can use Remo Recover to recover data from crashed hard drive, unbootable drives, deleted partitions or formatted drives. Read this section to understand in detail on how to restore lost data.

Recover Deleted Files from External Hard Drive
Increasing need for data and backups have made external hard drive a very popular storage device. The external hard drives come with varied capacity ranging from a few Gigabyte to Terabytes. Since these drives are an extension of our primary storage or used as backup drives, usually the data present on them is very critical. In case you have deleted any files from external hard drive and would like to recover them now, you are advised to read this section.

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Hard drive data recovery for Win and Mac OS X

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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.