"Inexplicably, a warning popped up saying the F hard drive needed formatting. I had no choice but to format it and erased all photos, documents, videos, audios and other media files! Is it possible for me recovery lost files from formatted hard drive?"
Definitely YES! As a matter of fact, those erased Windows 10 files still exist on formatted hard drive: It is only the space they once occupied being marked as reusable now. Hence, you can take advantage of Windows 10 Hard Drive Data Recovery Software to perform formatted hard drive recovery on Windows 10 before any new data written in (which makes formatted Windows 10 data irrecoverable).
This professional and trustworthy Windows 10 HDD recovery software can easily recover photos, videos, audios, zip files, pst files and other 550+ files from formatted hard drive. In addition, it also supports Windows 10 HDD recovery from broken/virus-attacked hard drive as well as removable media like Toshiba hard drive, USB drive, etc.
Moreover, the software is simple to use that within 3 steps laid out below, you can effortlessly complete formatted hard drive data recovery on Windows 10.
First of all, download the software to PC and launch it after installation.
Select file types that you want to retrieve from formatted Windows 10 hard drive and click "Next" to choose that formatted hard drive. Then click "Next" to proceed.
Click "Scan" to start scanning and after a while, it will display all wiped photos, videos, music, documents, etc. from the formatted Windows 10 hard drive on the primary interface. Then select your desired files and click "Recover" to start restoring formatted hard drive data on Windows 10.
As the issue mentioned in the beginning, formatting Windows 10 hard drive brings great data loss. However, there're still 4 situations that formatting is the only good choice.
If you're unfortunate enough to encounter above 4 situations, don't worry about Windows 10 data loss after formatting! Windows 10 Hard Drive Data Recovery Software would always help you out!comments powered by Disqus