An external hard drive is what every computer user use to store data. It stores the data in digital format. Each and every file you store occupies some sector of the hard drive as binary format i.e., 0s and 1s.
According to the statistics, currently 125 billion devices are running Windows Operating systems (All versions combined). Now you know why Bill Gates’ been ranked among the world’s wealthiest people for the past 20 years. Okay. Now let’s come to the point.
What if your external hard drive’s been deleted?
It contained memories in form of numerous photos, your collection of favorite movies, important documents or it may be anything you don’t want to miss. It was all gone with a single click. Now, you think “Oh god. Who the hell invented this thing?” But when utilizing the system, we don’t have time to think about it. Now everything’s gone. You’ll get frustrated at first and after some more time taking enough breath, you’ll come to know whether is there any option to recover this?.
You’ll ask your friend who gives you enough results, of course its Google. You’ll see many number of recovery sites claiming to recover your data and you randomly go through the sites that were listed on Google. Now, you have enough time to read the articles about external drive recovery because you want your stuff back. You don’t even have a choice, you want your files at any cost.
Is data recovery even possible?
When writing this, I remember a dialogue “Nothing is Impossible” from the movie Swordfish. Yes, if there is an option to delete, there must be an option to recover. But keep in mind that the files that were overwritten is hard to recover. So don’t try to put the new files in the same disk that was formatted. It may occupy the same sector in hard drive where your previous file was present.
So immediately after file deletion, don’t try to do anything. Ask Google first, it’ll throw you some results. But not everything given in the web is true. It contains many false things. So, instead of reading a single article and believing blindly, read many articles for the same issue.
A recovery software is required to recover files from external hard drive. Many file recovery software claims to recover the data, but some of them just recovers your files in corrupted format. So, you need to choose the best.
Which is the right file recovery tool for me?
Here comes the best one, REMO Recover for Windows. It is available in three versions – Basic, Media and Pro. Basic Version helps you recover the deleted files whereas pro version recovers the deleted or formatted recovery. Media version works on media files such as photos, audios and videos. It will help recover all of your important files. It comes with 24/7 customer support, so you’ll get your questions answered instantly. Don’t wait. Visit the site and get your data back.
Some notable features of the software:
The software uses certain algorithm to recover your files from FAT (File Allocation Table) and NTFS (New Technology File System) file systems. Those are the major file systems windows uses to allocate the data in Master File Table.
You need to download the free demo version available on the site and scan. It will show you the files in directory view and/or file type view. You can preview your lost files, but for recovery you need to buy the software. You’ll get everything regardless of the file size.
What happens in background when recovering files? Now who wants that? I already had my files back using REMO. So the next time if you delete anything, feel blessed. REMO Recover is always there to help you.