I am using a Dell Inspiron N5010 for more than a year. Due to back and forth working, the hard disk shows “chkdsk” error and corrupted my Windows 7 operating system. Now all my data inside the logical drive is gone and I cannot access the other partitions too. I tried to use Windows restore session, but it is of no use. Anyhow, I can reinstall the operating system, but how to perform lost data recovery at the earnest.
Dell Inspiron N5010 makes use of a normal hard drive for data storage. These hard drives are very sensitive to power fluctuations and malfunctions. At the time of Dell Inspiron N5010 booting, the BIOS will scan every hard drive partition. At the time of scanning, if the scanner program finds something unusual or if the hard drive volume does not provide any support to the scanner, then the chkdsk error occurs. Even if the scanning program fails while traversing the secondary drive, it results in OS corruption. However, the data inside the Dell Inspiron N5010 hard drives can be recovered back easily using Remo Recover (Windows / Mac) software.
On formatting Dell Inspiron N5010 hard drive the old file system and the index pointers pointing to the actual data inside the hard drive will be cleared and the links between the actual data hash tables and index pointers are broken as well. If a well-designed recovery utility like Remo Recover Windows is used then it is easier to restore data from formatted Dell Inspiron N5010 hard drive. This tool can even perform data recover after multiple format effortlessly.
Similar to these conditions there are situations where you may be taken away from your most needed data from Dell Inspiron N5010. A few of them are:
Even though these situations look weird overall, they can be solved technically with some guidance and by using Remo Recover (Windows / Mac). There arises a question here “Why should I use Remo Recover (Windows / Mac)?” the answer to this question lies below.
Steps to solve:
Do not wipe or defragment the hard drive until the recovery process is done. Because on defragmentation and drive wipe process the internal structure of the memory will be rearranged where the data will be lost forever.