There is no doubt that external hard disk drive (for shot, External HDD) brings great convenience for people to store massive important data. But what if the pictures, videos, music and files you saved on the external hard drive erased by human error or by accident? In this case, you might be worrying about losing your data. However, here is the good news, external hard drive data recovery is possible.
If the external hard drive is still detected by your PC, you can recover data from external hard drive yourself. If it is mechanical damaged (hardware problem), then you can do nothing but take it to the experts. Right here is a easy to operate guide to perform external hard drive recovery, coverring seagate file recovery.
The Very First thing you should do is, leave the external hdd alone. Stop using it to transfer or save files and so on. Because anything you do is possible to ruin the data you can't afford to lose and can't be recovered by any means.
The most efficient and fast way to recover files from external hard drive is taking usage of external hard drive data recovery software. There are far more options for PC users. External Hard Drive Recovery is your best choice. Lost data due to virus attack, corrupted partition, drive crash, system sabotage, etc. can be retrieved easily with it. It can backup partition table and restore deleted, formatted, reformatted, corrupted or damaged partition table as well. If you are Mac users, use the Mac version - Mac External Hard Drive Recovery.
Here is how to operate this program to recover external hard drive data, including western digital data recovery.
External Hard Drive Recovery for Mac is available if you are using Mac OS X. Install it on another partition rather than the one where you deleted your data. Here are the following steps.
Step 1: Select "Lost File Recovery", and choose the volume where you deleted data located.
Step 2: Click "Scan". All the recoverable files will be displayed.
Step 3: Select the files you need to recover after previewing.
Step 4: Click "Recover" and save the recovered files. Don't save them on the external hard drive.
Done, you have recovered data from external hard drive. To prevent data loss, you had better get one more storage device to backup your data.comments powered by Disqus