Recover Files from Hard Drive that won’t Boot
While switching on your Windows PC, if you encounter an error like “Please Insert a CD to Boot” or “Inaccessible Boot Device”, it is definite that you are experiencing a data loss situation. This eventually would result in inaccessibility of critical business documents, personal data like photos, treasured music albums etc. The inaccessibility of your vital data can be due to corruption in the important file system attributes of your booting partition or your hard drive (storage device) is physically damaged and no longer getting detected by your PC or laptop.
If there is a corruption in the file system (FAT or NTFS) of your partition then it is possible to retrieve your important data. To recover data from such scenarios you need a File Recovery Software, which can bypass the faulty file system components and allows you to access your lost data.
This can be done only by installing the recovery software on another hard drive or to an external hard drive which is connected to your computer. Take out your hard drive from the computer and make it as an external drive and connect it to another working computer through a USB. Install the software to the working computer and run the software to recover files from your hard drive which is not booting up. This software scans the entire drive to restore deleted or lost files from non booting hard drive. The software also recovers files from formatted, re-formatted and re-partitioned drives by using advance scanning algorithms. This file recovery utility supports recovery from hard drives, external HDD, flash memory cards (SD, XD, CF, MMC), USB drives, and FireWire drives.
How to Recover Files from Non Bootable Hard Drive?
You can easily recover files from non-bootable hard drive by using Remo Recover (Windows) software. You can download demo edition of the software to check the capability of the software in recovering deleted or lost files.
Step 1: Download and install demo edition Remo Recover (Windows) software by selecting the icon from the Start Menu->All Programs or by double clicking the desktop shortcut. Then main windows displays, as shown in Figure 1. Select the "Recover Files" option from the Main Window as shown in
Step 6: “Save Recovery Session” option helps you to save scanned information and use it later when you activate the full version of the software by using “Open Recovery session” option as shown in the software loads previously scanned information.
Recover Files after Format
After formatting your drive if you want to recover the previous data you can do so by using an advanced file recovery software. Learn here how to recover files after formatting a hard drive, memory card, external USB drive or any other similar storage devices.
Recover Files Lost while Reinstalling Windows
Windows reinstalling is a process by which Windows operating system is installed on a drive which was already having either the same version of Windows or a different one. Have you accidentally reinstalled your Windows on existing partition after formatting it or have you used a restore CD came along with your PC to reinstall Windows? Explore how to recover all your data in such scenerios.
Recover Deleted Partition from Windows 7
There might be cases when you would have deleted a partition on your computer having a Windows 7 operating system. If you want to recover your data from the lost partition the best available partition recovery software which recovers data from lost / deleted partitions on Windows 7 as well as other Windows versions like Windows XP and Vista is Remo Recover (Windows). This software also supports data recovery from formatted / re-formatted / partitioned / re-partitioned hard drives.
Mac Partition Recovery
Partitions on a Mac are also known as Volumes. To recover data from lost Mac OS X partitions you can use Remo Recover (Mac) software which has been designed for Mac computers. Go through this short tutorial and understand how to recover lost data from formatted / reformatted Mac partitions even when the particular volume fails to mount.