It is inevitably in daily work and life that you are confront with Hard Drive going belly up issues, you're busy working on your computer and need to access documents saved on your external hard drive. You connect it, get ready to find your data, and...nothing happens. Your hard drive isn't working.
When dealing with a software data loss, the first and most important thing to keep in mind is not to work with the drive in question. Once the drive is connected to a running system, it means that you lose your chances at recovery. Your operating system is reading and writing to your drive constantly, whether you're actively doing something or not, or in other words, your lost data are doom to be overwritten.
, well known as the "Data Repair Engineer
", specializes in recovering lost data of External Hard Drive as well as SD card, Word Document, USB Drive, Digital Camera, etc.
It is powerful and multifunctional enough to meet users’ varying degrees of satisfaction.
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How to Recover Data from External HDD
Step 1.Select Recovery Mode to Start Program
Launch External Hard Drive Recovery, and then you’ll get an interface as follow. Here, On the main interface of Data Recovery, click "Recover Data
" to start recovering lost or deleted files from Mac hard drives/volumes.
Note: You can read the instructions in the interface carefully to have a better understanding of this utility and select the best recovery mode for yourself.
Step 2.Scan Your External Hard Drive for Lost Data
Drive Recovery has four sub-modules as shown. The recovery steps are similar for each of these modules. Click "Quick Recovery
" under "Drive Recovery
Note: If you want to recover data from a formatted external hard drive on your Mac, you can select "Enable Deep Scan
Step 3.Restore Data from Mac External Hard Drive
Select the desired volume under the "Volume(s)
" list and click right arrow in the bottom-right corner of the screen to start scanning.
Note: To avoid recoverable files from being overwritten during the recovery, please do select a folder on your Mac to keep them.