Recover data after a hard drive has failed to boot
Hard drives are storage devices, which are generally used to store data, which may include files and folders that contains documents, music files, movies, photos, RAW image files, etc. These hard drives are available in several storage capacities ranging from several Gigabytes (GB’s) to several Tera bytes (TB’s). As the storage capacity of these hard drives increased, the risk of losing data from them also has increased.
Data from the hard disk drives may be deleted or lost due to several reasons. Some of the most commonly known issues are hard drive crashes, hard drive having bad sector, formatted or reformatted hard disk partitions, data corruption on hard drives, repartitioning of hard drives, etc. All the above scenarios lead to loss of precious data from the computer. No matter what the reason for loss of data from the computer is, it is possible to recover lost data from hard drives that have failed using hard drive data recovery software. Remo Recover (Windows) is one of the best hard drive data recovery software available in today's market.
You can easily create disk image file of your hard drive, external USB drive, memory cards etc., by using Remo Recover (Windows) Pro Edition software. Follow the steps given below to create disk images.
Step 1: Launch Remo Recover software by double-clicking the shortcut on the desktop or using the Start Menu
Step 4: Once you click on "Partition Recovery" option, the software displays the detected physical drives. Select the physical drive whose disk image is to be created. Now select the "Save Image file" option from "Tools" menu as shown in
Step 5: Once you select the "Save Image File" option, a new window to choose the destination location to save the image file is displayed as shown in. Select the destination location and click the "Save" button
Step 8: Now follow the process described here on how to restore partitions from Hard Drive?
You can use Remo Recover (Mac) to recover deleted or lost data from hard drives having HFS+ or HFSX file system.
Supported Hard Drive Manufacturers: Western Digital, Transcend, Kingston, Sony, SanDisk, LaCie, Maxtor, Buffalo, Fujitsu, Imation, Iomega, Hitachi, Iosafe, Quantum, Samsung, Seagate.
Supported Devices: Hard Disk Drives (HDD) - IDE / SATA / SCSI / ATA / PATA, SSD / External / USB / Removable drives
Supported Operating Systems: Windows 7, Windows Vista,Windows XP, Windows Server 2008, Windows Server 2003
Recover Data after Disk Boot Failure
Disk boot failures are caused due to boot level system file corruption or improper formatting. When you get disk boot failure errors, the data present on the hard drive would become inaccessible. If you want to recover your data you can use Remo Recover. Read here detailed instructions on how to recover data after disk boot errors.
Recover Files from Bad Sector Hard Drive
Hard drives having bad sectors work extremely slow in displaying the files or making them inaccessible. Continual usage of such drives may lead to further damaging the drive. If you want to recover data in such cases even the data recovery software wouldn't be able to read the data properly. Remo Recover with its advanced features provides you an option to take an image of the drive and recover data from that particular image, making data recovery possible.
Recover Data from Corrupt NTFS Partition
When an NTFS partition gets corrupted due to MFT record corruption, due to chkdsk errors or errors due to thrid party tools, the entire data or the directory structure will show garbage characters. Remo Recover had been designed to recover data from these peculiar corruption cases. Read this article an understand how to recover data from a corrupted NTFS partition.
Mac Partition Recovery
Remo Recover Mac has been designed to recover volumes which are deleted or lost. The Pro Edition of this software provides various options to recover partitions on Mac OS X like recovery from formatted & reformatted Mac volumes and deleted volume recovery. Read this tutorial to understand and how to perform Mac partition recovery.