“My HP laptop crashed today and the entire data on it is lost. The worst is, I have stored various Office files and important documents in it and my backup is not available. I eagerly want back my pictures, folders and the other items on my E: hard drive. How should I recover lost files due to laptop crash? “
Generally, the most painful part of a computer crashed is the data loss. When computer files lost happen, you might do a recovery, but are unable to recover any files.
Once you find the hard drive files loss, the first thing you need to do is not to save or install any files and programs on that hard drive. That means your previous lost data will be overwritten by the newly installed programs and saved data. After that, you need a computer data recovery tool to restore data from hard drive after laptop crash.
Any Data Recovery Pro is the professional Windows 10/8/7XP data recovery software which can completely retrieve pictures/music/videos/documents after laptop crash. It can be fully applied to series of popular computer like Lenovo, Dell, Asus, Acer, HP and more.
Here is the detailed guide about how to restore lost files from hard drive after laptop crashed. Take the tutorial below.
Step 1: Select the types of files you want to restore and click on Next to proceed to.
Step 2: Next you need to choose a location and press Scan to scan lost files. The location could be the Desktop, My Document or one of your hard disk drives.
Step 3: By default, the program will choose Quick Scan. After scanning, you can then preview the recoverable files by path, file type or the time when this file was created.
Step 4: Finally, check the files you want and press Recover. Then choose a location to save the recovered files properly. Do not save the data to the place where your lost data used to locate in case that the recovered data get overwritten.
Done! It’s all about the method to recover data after a computer crash. Try Any Data Recovery Pro and then access your valuable files and information again!comments powered by Disqus