How to Recover Data from Computer with Windows Data Recovery
Why Need Windows Data Recovery?
Sometimes users, and even experienced technicians, suffer from data lost catastrophe in Windows and ask for solutions to fix the problems. There are many reasons leading in data loss. To perform Windows data recovery, firstly, let's start with the causes of data lost. You will drop Windows data loss due to following reasons:
- Software & hardware malfunction
- Partition structure has damaged or corrupted
- Unexpected system shutdown or power failure
- Bad sectors
- Virus attack
- MFT, MBR or FAT has corrupted
- And any Logical failure
- Format or reformat the Windows server partitions
- Deleted files from Windows drives & Windows Recycle Bin.
- Removed files by using Shift +Delete keys.
- Erased files after running the command of 'Del' in DOS prompt.
- Wiped out files with the help of any third party file eraser utility.
- Reinstalled the Windows
- Resized, recreate or split the partitions
- Logical drives are deleted
Solutions of Windows Data Recovery
Even though Microsoft developed so many operating systems for both personal computer and business servers, you are always able to find the right solution for your Windows data.
Windows Data Recovery is the best file recovery utility for all Windows operating system like Windows 8, 7, Vista, XP, NT and the previous versions. It can recover photos, videos, audios and documents from PC's hard drive, and other portable storage media like USB, external hard drive, memory card, mobile phone and etc.
Windows Server Recovery software is an effective yet easy program that enables you to recover deleted, formatted photos, videos, documents for Windows 2000 Server, Windows Server 2003, Windows Server 2008, Windows HPC Server 2008, Windows Server 2008 R2, and the latest version Windows Server 2012.
If you Windows won't boot, you can try Windows Data Reocvery Win PE. It can boot your computer from CD/DVD/USB, then recover lost files and backup data. It works when Windows 7 won't start, Windows 8 won't start, XP won't start, Vista won't start, Windows Server 2008 won't start, and etc.
How to Recover Windows Data in Windows 8, 7, XP or Vista?
Step 1: . Run this Windows Data Recovery. In the main interface, you can see four recovery modes listed there. Take "Raw Recovery" for example. Select it and partition where the lost files formerly located. Then click "Scan" to begin recovery.
Step 2: This Windows Data Recovery tool automatically list all scanned result with file signature and sum up all files to four categories: photo, video, audio and others. In each type, you will unfold the folder to see specific files and preview photos and audio files.
Step 3: After indentifying which files to be recovered, tick the box before each file and click "Recover" to finish recovery. In the popping window, choose a safe path for the recovered files. You are suggested to save them to other external hard drive for safety consideration.
How to Recover Windows Server Data in Windows Server 2012, 2011, 2008 or 2003?
To recover Windows server data, you should utilize Windows Server Recovery. The steps of how to recover Windows Server 2012 are similar to the instructions for Windows 7:
Step 1: Select the recovery mode based on the reasons for your data loss. Choose the disk where your lost files were. Click "Scan".
Step 2: Select the files you need to recover after previewing. Click "Recover".
Step 3: Specify a location to save the recovered files.
If no other options have solved the problem and you are sure that your computer's hardware is functioning normally, then you have no choice but to reinstall Windows. Reinstalling Windows all data on your computer will be wiped out. After the installation, you will need to reinstall your programs and restore your files from backup copies. If you lost files that you want to keep, Windows data recovery software can recover them. But please note, once your files are overwritten by new data, they are gone for good.
In most cases, Windows failing to start is caused by you installing a new program/hardware which caused a conflict with another program or a system file got corrupted. If you recently installed new hardware, shut down your computer and unplug it. Then, restart Windows and troubleshoot your hardware to get it working properly.
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