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Link above will explain how this is done, and more.
Step by step recovery data :
1. If drive broken detect unformated, you must format your drive with "quick format" (quick format FAT32 or NTFS).
2. Install operating system windows, till finished.
3. Download and install software : EASEUS Data Recovery. You can download from : http://www.easeus.com/datarecoverywizar … ftware.htm
4. Run aplication EASEUS Data Recovery and select "complete recovery". Wait until finish and save file recovery to diffirent drive. If you recover drive C, you must save file recovery in drive D/E/F etc.
There is an other brilliant software of Windows Data Recovery Software available which is well known as Recover Data for Windows Data Recovery software.With the help of this software one can very easily repair and recover badly damaged or deleted data from hard disk without losing any original data. http://www.windowsrecovery.net/
by beth811 7 years ago
What is the best software to use to recover data from a corrupted drive? I have tried many softwares but after seeing recovered files, I have to buy the software online to recover them. Is there a free software for this?
by Anjili 5 years ago
Is it possible to recover data from a formatted hard drive?
by readytoescape 9 years ago
The hard drive on my laptop completely crashed the other day and will not boot up at all. Is there a way to connect to another computer (Desk Top) to retrieve data from the C drive. All my HP backup and research was on this computer. HELP.
by Research Analyst 6 years ago
Data Recovery Software for Macintosh based PC?
by skagra 4 years ago
How to get data back from the dead Hard drive ?my hard disk suddenly stopped working and not even detect by the system
by Mone Kon 8 years ago
Thanks for sharing nice information.
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