Formatting a hard drive erases all the data stored and reset the file system. There are times whereby users lose digital data stored in hard drives due to formatting. Losing vital files proves to be a critical problem for any user. Let us see how major reasons that lead to data loss after formatting the hard drive-
It is now possible to unformat hard drive data!!
Since digital files are prone to corruption or deletion, it is always better to take a regular backup of files stored in your computer hard drives. A proper backup will never let you end up with losing critical data. Nevertheless, if you formatting hard drives with no backup, just, stop using the drive for any write operations because you can recover corrupt files from the hard drives using the Recover Formatted software, which can securely unformat the HDD data before they are overwritten by any new file or folder.
Recover Formatted tool is the perfect solution to get off data from hard drives that got formatted/reformatted, corrupt, inaccessible, or unmountable. The advanced scan engine deep scans the hard drive sectors and extracts all types of files including images, documents, videos, songs, etc. This software is highly secure and simple to use with an easy-to-use interface.
This award-winning application is freely available on a trial basis. You can choose to preview the recoverable file items even in the demo version. When the scan on the hard disk is complete, the software lists all the files on the basis of their filename, size, creation date, and modified date. The app can be installed on any edition of Windows and Mac machines. Also, the program is capable of recovering data from NTFS partition together with FAT16, FAT32, NTFS5, exFAT, HFS, and HFS+ file systems.
Step 1: Download and set up the Recover Formatted software on a healthy system.
Step 2: Choose the Recover Partitions option from the home window.
Step 3: Pick the formatted drive from the list of logical drives displayed on the computer
Fig A: Main Window
Step 4: The scanning process gets initiated.
Fig B: Scanning in Progress
Step 5: The scan results will be displayed under the Data View and File Type View.
Step 6: Mark the required files for saving after previewing it.
Fig C: List of Restored Files
Step 7: Set a destination drive location to save the unformatted drive data.
Fig D: Save the Recovered Data