How to Recover Data from a Hard drive That Won't Boot

Updated on January 21, 2020

When a hard disk drive won't be able to boot on a Windows or Mac computer, how to access data? Don't worry! Straightaway download the free version of Remo Hard Drive Recovery tool to recover data from unbootable hard drive in three easy steps. Try now for free..!

Usually, hard drive becomes unbootable when some system files (files responsible to boot the system) or Master Boot Record gets corrupt. There are many other reasons too which are responsible for unbootable hard drive, such as:

  • Installing dual operating system on single hard drive
  • Presence of excessive number of bad sectors on disk
  • Hardware failure due to faulty RAM
  • BIOS corruption due to improper updating process
  • Operating system malfunction
  • Damaged partition table

As a result of which, you end up in losing files from hard drive. But, now there is no need to worry as Remo Hard Drive Recovery software helps to recover hard drive that refuses to boot. The software provides an easy to use interface for recovering data from unbootable HDD, so that you will get back your files without any difficulties.

Easy Method to Recover Data from Unbootable HDD!

Remo Hard Drive Recovery tool scans the entire unbootable hard drive in few seconds to locate and restore lost data from it in just few clicks. Files like documents, images, audio, video, etc., can be recovered easily from hard drive that fails to boot. Along with unbootable hard drive recovery, the tool also helps to recover data from crashed hard drive in matter of minutes. Moreover, it provides solution to recover data from re partitioned hard drive.

The software even comes handy to recover files from RAW hard disk in couple of minutes. You can also make use of this program to restore data from various kinds of hard drives such as SATA, SCSI and IDE within few clicks. By using this method, it is even possible to recover data from failed SSD in an easy and quick way from any Windows and Mac OS X versions including Windows 10 and Mac El Captain.

How to Recover Data from Unbootable Hard Drive with Remo Recover:

Before starting data recovery, you need to remove unbootable hard drive from the current system and connect it to another computer as a secondary drive. Now, download and install Remo Hard Drive Recovery software on that computer.

  • After launching the tool, select the "Recover partitions" option,
  • Choose the unbootable drive from the list and hit "Scan" to initiate the scanning process
  • After completion of scanning process, view the recovered files using "File Type View" or "Data View" option
  • Later, save all the required files at any location of your choice.

Note- You can also use this tutorial to recover data from undetected HDD and damaged hard drive.

Other Significant Features of Remo Recover Software:

  • Recovers shift deleted files from hard drives and other storage devices
  • Supports data recovery from various file systems such as FAT16, FAT32, NTFS, NTFS5, exFAT HFSX and HFS+
  • Comes in handy to recover files from Windows of various versions like Windows 10, 8, 7, Vista etc.
  • Files from storage devices like external drive, pen drive, memory card, iPod and FireWire Drives can be restored
  • Even helps to recover Mac hard drive that is crashed or failed due to any problems
  • Enables lost or deleted partition recovery from hard drive and external drive
  • File recovery from deleted and formatted RAID0, RAID1, and RAID5 partitions

The software even helps to recover files from corrupted Western Digital hard drive, Seagate, Buffalo, Lexar, Maxtor, and other brands of hard drives or external HDD. After recovery you can sort the recovered files based on file name, type, date of creation, modification etc. you can first get the trial version and view the recovery results. Later get the license and save the recovery results.

Note- In case your hard drive won't boot due to MBR corruption, then try to rebuild the MBR. But, these process is very tedious and vary depending upon the version of OS.

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