Ever encountered a hard drive crash? It can be a really devastating situation because you lose entire files and folders that are stored on your hard disk. If you are someone who backs up data on a regular basis, then restoring the lost data is possible. But if you feel that the files stored on your hard disk drive is safe and secure then you are in trouble under such disastrous situations.
There are two ways that hard drives crash- Due to logical failure or due to physical failure. Physical drive crash occurs when the hard disk has broken parts that prevent it from working. Logical hard drive crash, on the other hand, may occur when your operating system malfunctions, hard drive is improperly formatted, and so on.
You can actually predict a hard drive crash sometimes and secure your important data in advance. Some of the warning signs like system rebooting itself, blue screen occurrence, system starting up slowly, etc., indicate that your hard disk is going to crash in the near future. Yet, if you eventually failed to watch out for signs and your hard drive crashed, don’t think that data recovery is impossible. Remo has come up with Hard Drive Recovery software which retrieves entire files from crashed drive securely.
Restore Crashed Hard Drive using Remo Recover:
Remo Recover scans the entire hard drive that has crashed to find the deleted or lost files and retrieves it in a short time. It is a read-only tool which doesn’t damage any partition or drives and recovers data from it in a safe manner. In fact, it also restores files from repartitioned or reformatted drives, missing or inaccessible partitions, unbootable hard drive, etc.
- The software recovers data with its original file names and directory structure. Thus it ensures safe recovery
- It restores files lost from various types of hard drives such as SATA, IDE, SCSI, SSD, etc, when they crash or fail to boot
- Apart from hard disks, even data from other storage mediums like external USB drives, flash memory cards, iPods, FireWire drives, and so on can be easily recovered
- The application also retrieves data from FAT32, NTFS, exFAT, HFSX, and other partitions
Remo Recover supports Sony, Samsung, LaCie, Buffalo, Transcend, Western Digital and Seagate crashed hard drive recovery which is performed in simple steps and in an easy manner. Not just these brands, there are many other brands supported by the software. The utility works on both Windows and Mac operating systems to recover data efficiently.
Now let’s see some of the factors which cause hard drive crash:
- MBR Corruption: A crucial component of file system is MBR (Master Boot Record). MBR plays an important role in booting the operating system. So if it is corrupted, then it results in hard drive crash
- Registry file corruption: Registry files instruct a system on what to do. A corrupt registry prevents a computer from booting and may also result in hard drive crash
- Software conflicts: Installing malicious applications in your system may also lead to a hard drive crash. Even if you have installed unauthorized softwares or outdated ones that are not compatible with the operating system, then it may result in drive failure
- OS issues: If your operating system is upgraded in an improper manner or if it malfunctions, then there are chances of hard drive crash
- Other reasons: Excessive bad sectors on hard disk, fragmented drive, improper formatting / reformatting, and so on are few other reasons for a hard drive to crash
So when your hard drive has crashed and data is lost, Remo Recover software comes to your rescue to restore entire files from the crashed disk. It is user-friendly tool which can be understood by both professionals and new users. Even when you have any issues during the recovery process, you can contact the technical support team which is available round the clock to assist you.
Few precautionary measures that you can follow:
- Defrag your hard drive on a regular basis
- Backup important data in an external storage device so that it can be restored during any data loss scenarios
- Perform formatting or partitioning operations of the hard drive with caution