Are you Looking for a Resolution to Recover Data from Formatted External Hard Disk?

Many users think that data will be lost if we format external hard disk, but usually we can recover whatever data is present in it by using efficient recover software. Hard Drive Recovery software has designed with powerful algorithms and good user interface. It has capability to recover data from formatted external hard disk and it is very easy to restore lost data from corrupt partitions on Iomega Helium portable hard drive.

Major issues behind loss of data from external hard disk are:

Accidentally formatting /reformatting: Sometimes we accidentally format healthy drive which results in loss of data permanently. And even while improper reformatting also data may loss.
Virus attacks: while sharing virus infected data from other storage devices, it might affect hard disk results in data loss.
Frequently unplugging external hard disk: there is a chance of creating bad sectors by frequently unplugging external hard disk while read / write operation is going on it leads to data loss.
Accidental deletion: Some data might delete due to unfortunate pressing of shift + delete keyword or delete key only on selected folder or files.
Power surge: Sometimes data may loss by sudden failure of power when external hard disk is connected to PC and it may leads to inaccessible drive.

Other common reasons that are responsible for data loss are - error while repartitioning, file system corruption and sudden system shutdown. Follow to know more about recovering data after repartitioning hard disk.

We have a solution to overcome by all these data loss in external hard disk by using recovery software such as Data Recovery Software. It has efficient to recover data from hard disk which is lost due to any scenarios of losing data from it. Software uses built in algorithms to scan external hard disk and recover maximum data within 15min. You can effortlessly retrieve lost media files from Mac Book Air running OS X Mountain Lion and other Mac operating system.

There is a scenario of missing files while moving data from external hard disk to PC due to sudden disconnection of hard disk from it or sudden failure of operating system. This type of data loss can be recovered by Hard Disk Recovery Software. It also facilitates to recover files from accidentally formatted partitions of Western Digital Elements 2TB external HDD and other portable hard drives. And it supports file retrieval from FAT 16, FAT 32, NTFS, ExFAT, HFS+, HFSX and NTFS 5 file systems.

If you lost data from external hard disk due to virus attacks, file system error, accidental deletion, frequently removing hard disk from PC which is being synchronized and any other reason. Then use External Hard Disk Recovery Software to recover your lost data. In addition, you can use this tool to undelete lost partitions on FAT16, FAT32, NTFS, NTFS5 ans ExFAT. Click here to get more information about rescuing lost partitions. Demo version this software freely available in websites. Download it and try to recover lost data from external hard disk. If you are satisfied with demo version, purchase paid version in order to save those recovered data from demo version.

Steps to recover data from External Hard Disk:

Step 1.Download External Hard Disk Recovery Software and install it successfully. From main screen select “Recover Partitions / Drives” and then "Formatted/Re-formatted Recovery" option.

External Disk Recovery - Welcome Screen

Fig 1: Welcome Screen

Step 2.Select the external hard disk from where you lost data. and click on "Next" button.

External Disk Recovery - Select external hard disk

Fig 2: Select external hard disk

Step 3. On completion of recovery process, you will get list of recovered files. Select a file from recovered list and preview it as shown in Fig 3.

External Disk Recovery - Preview of Recovered File

Figure 3: Preview of Recovered File

Step 4. After full satisfaction, purchase the full version and save recovered data.

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