Retrieve Data From Windows Server

“I am using Windows server OS, recently one drive data got deleted. I have not taken any data backup. Is there any way to recover my data back? Maximum files are Word, Excel, .ppt and pdfs. Data is very much important. Anyone can give me a solution.”

Nothing can be done you just have to face!! Sounds harsh? Don’t worry; if you're wondering about how to perform Windows server recovery, then here is the best solution for your data recovery problem. Windows server family is a powerful operating system designed by Microsoft, which is mainly used to handle internet hosting, corporate networking, database, enterprise messaging and many other functions. They do have extra data protection features, to protect your data form unavoidable situations.

However, sometimes either due to your carelessness or the inevitable situations you might lose your entire data from these Windows server systems. As illustrated in the above situation, if data backup is not taken, data loss becomes inevitable. But, there is no need to worry, since; there is a solution for your problem. Remo Recover is the only solution that can assist you in performing Windows server data recovery. The tool can efficiently restore all your data from the Windows servers.

Situations that lead to Windows Server data loss

Human Errors: Improper shutdowns, such as caused by power outages or performing a hard restart; by pressing and holding the power button or the restart button.

Hardware problems: Presence of bad sectors on the hard drives of your Windows server systems leads to loss of data. Hard drive crash or failure due to power outage, performing hard restart, bad RAM etc.

MBR Corruption:If the master boot record gets corrupted due to any possible reason then the system show error message indicating the MBR error. It results loss of data from Windows server systems.

OS Reinstallation: In case you encounter any errors while reinstalling your Windows Server OS, you will have to stop the process. Hence, this reinstallation process will be interrupted. In such instances, if you don’t have the data backup, you will lose all your vital data from your systems.

File system corruption: Failure to eject external hard drives and related storage devices before disconnecting them or powering them off and severe virus infection to the Windows Server systems will lead to file system corruption. This results in inaccessibility of your vital files.

Features of Remo Recover software

Remo Recover (Windows) software can easily recover your lost data from your Windows Server systems within few minutes. In case of reinstalling the operating system; the tool ignores the current OS and goes deep to perform rigorous scanning on the previously installed OS to extract your entire data. Moreover, the tool is a result-oriented tool, which is not dependent on the causes of data loss.. Whatever might be the reason the tool comes in handy. Some of its amazing features are:

  • Deeply scans the selected storage media to locate and extract all types of files like MS Office files, songs, videos, movies, text files, etc.
  • Capable of getting back deleted, lost or missing files and folders from Windows Server hard drives and other storage media including external hard drives, flash drives, memory cards and FireWire Drives
  • In addition to Windows 2003, the tool runs compatibly on Windows Server 2008, 2012,2003, 2000, Windows XP, Windows Vista, Windows 7 and Windows 8 versions
  • With its excellent GUI, the tool provides interactive user interface
  • Provides many user friendly options to make recovery smoother and successful
  • With its demo version, one can evaluate the performance of the tool for free and preview all the recovered files even before purchasing the tool

Just click on the give link to recover partition on Windows 8, Windows 7, Windows Vista and on Windows XP.

Watch this video guide for complete recovery procedure:

 

Do's and Don’ts with Windows Servers installed hard disk drive

  • Regularly backup very important data in external storage devices
  • Use updated antivirus tool to scan hard disk regularly