Wednesday, November 9, 2011

How to process hard disk recovery with data recovery software?

What should we do to recover lost data, when our hard disk fails to access data, disk partition is damaged due to improper operations or is attacked by viruses? Some may first think of employing the system built-in recovery function to recover lost data. This, however, will not only result in data recovery failure but incur thorny troubles for later stage data recovery. In this regard, I would like to recommend user a professional data recovery software, MiniTool Power Data Recovery, to help perform hard disk recovery.

Several common senses for hard disk data protection
General circumstances for successful data recovery:
1. Data loss due to improper operations and no follow-up data are written to the data loss area.
2. System crash and no new operating system is installed.
3. Virus attack modifies partition structure or directly delete disk files.
Above circumstances are mere several common data loss scenarios in which MiniTool Power Data Recovery could perform successful hard disk recovery.

No-nos for hard disk recovery
1. Never write data to hard disk when data loss emerges, or the lost data would be overwritten, resulting permanent data loss.
2. If data loss occurs to C:, please immediately turn off the computer to prevent lost data from be overwritten by temporary files by operating system.
3. Please do not execute the System Restore program, as this operation will not only result in unsuccessful hard disk recovery, but impede the later hard disk recovery.
4. Don’t use anti-virus software.

Perform hard disk recovery with MiniTool Power Data Recovery
Download MiniTool Power Data Recovery at the official website http://www.powerdatarecovery.com/ for free and then install it to computer.
Launch MiniTool Power Data Recovery to perform hard disk recovery:

Click “Damaged Partition Recovery” in this main interface to conduct hard disk recovery.

Select the damaged partition, then we can perform two different operations: firstly, click “Open” to check out whether we can find lost data; or secondly, click “Full Scan” to scan partition and search files.  Here, click “Full Scan”.

Select the highest suggested partition and then click “Show Files”.

Last, check all needed files and then click “Save Files” to save them to assigned location.

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