Data Recovery from Unrecognized External Hard Drive

Does your system fails to detect external hard drive having your important files? If so, then just take the assistance of Remo Recover software that will restore back entire data from unrecognized external hard drives of different brands in simple steps…

What would you do if your external hard drive that contains your important data doesn’t get recognized by your OS?

Imagine a situation, where in you are busy working on your computer and you need to access documents that were saved on your external hard drive. But when you connect your external hard drive to your computer, you might notice that the Windows Explorer does not recognize or show in the list of drives connected to your system. After a while you get a message stating “Device not detected” and this can be due to any unknown reasons. Repeated attempts of connecting and disconnecting the external drive would show no results, this would be extremely awful situation because it is not just the matter of external hard drive it’s your data that is of importance here.

External hard drive not detected implies that the files stored in the external hard drive are lost completely. So in such cases what will you do? Will you be able to get your data back! Yes you can, data recovery from unrecognized external hard drive can be done with the help of Remo Recover (Windows / Mac) software that effortlessly restores all your files in couple of minutes.

Why would external hard drive not get detected?

  • RAW External Hard Drives: Sometimes, file system of external hard drive would fail due to some unknown reasons. In such cases external HDD becomes unrecognizable.
  • Virus infection: If external hard drive is severely infected with viruses then there are chances that it would not get detected by the system.
  • Bad Sectors: Bad sectors could be a result of improper handling of the external hard drives. If the drive is filled with numerous bad sectors then it leads to an unreadable external drive.
  • Other reasons: Improper way of partitioning external HDD, corrupt external hard drive, corrupt file system and many more.

All above mentioned reasons will make external hard drive unrecognizable which in-turn results in loss of data. However, there is no need to worry as you can easily perform unreadable external hard drive recovery with the aid of Remo Recover software.

Unreadable external hard drive data recovery using Remo Recover:

Yes, Remo Recover is the best software that gets your entire data back from external hard drive which is not detected. This tool is equipped with advanced techniques that performs deep scanning of all the sectors of unrecognized external hard drive and extracts every bit of data from it. Most importantly, in the entire recovery process i.e. either scanning the drive or extracting the data, the tool doesn’t damage your data or the drive, since it’s a read only tool. You can also recover partition from external hard drive with this tool as well. It also supports recovery of data even from other storage devices like internal hard drives, memory cards, SSD drives, iPod’s etc. that become unrecognizable. Remo data recovery software is compatible on all versions of Windows and Mac OS including OS X Yosemite and Windows 8.

Supported External Hard drive Brands: Seagate, Toshiba, Western Digital, Kingston, Transcend Storejet, LaCie, Asus, Buffalo, SanDisk and many more...

How to Restore Data from Not Detected External Hard Drive?

  • First step, you should install Remo Recover and run on your system
  • Connect external hard drive to that respective system
  • From main screen, select Recover Partitions/Drives option
  • Now, choose the external drive from where you want to restore files
  • Click on Next button to begin the scanning process
  • After completion of scanning process, a list of files get displayed
  • Files can be viewed in two view i.e. File Type View or Data View
  • Check your recovered files using Preview option

Watch the below video to know the complete recovery procedure


NOTE: Do not save the recovered files on the same drive from where you recovered. USE a healthy drive that is free from errors.

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