Dead Hard Drive Data Recovery

If you are facing a problem where your hard drive is not being recognized and you have valuable data stored on it then you might get disturbed because of this. But, let me tell one thing that there is a tool which can handle this situation and restore data from dead hard drive in just a matter of seconds. This application is known as Partition Recovery and is armed with enough features that effectively performs dead hard drive data recovery. For all your queries on how to extract data from dead HDD, partition recovery software provides the excellent answer. Before I explain the procedure of dead HDD data recovery, let me first discuss about some most common scenarios which can make your hard drive to act like dead hard drive.

Power Fluctuation: This is one of the most common experienced reasons where your hard drive becomes unresponsive when you try to access data from it. Once your hard drive has become dead it is not recognized by system when you turn on your computer. This creates a lot of problem and put you at the center of a dense disaster if all the data of this HDD is lost and you do not have a separate backup. On most of the occasions users find that data lost in this way cannot be recovered and get upset because they don't know how to extract data from dead HDD. Fortunately there is a suitable way by following that user can easily restore data from dead hard drive that is nothing but making use of Partition Recovery Tool.

Virus Attack: This is also one of the most frequently occurring causes where your hard drive becomes corrupted and it does not allow its data to be accessed from it. But by making use of Partition Recovery application you can successfully restore data from dead hard drive. This software can also recover data from RAW hard drive easily and quickly. If you are interested to know more about RAW hard drive data recovery, then go here: http://www.partitionsrecovery.com/data-from-raw-hard-drive.html

Apart from above mentioned reasons corruption of partition table of hard drive is yet another reason that can results in inaccessibly of data stored on it. If you have similar types of problem then do not worry about how to extract data from dead HDD just be cool and calm, Partition Recovery program will work to eradicate the sign of worry from your face as soon as you start dead hard drive data recovery process with this tool. Visit through the given link to know about data recovery after partition table corruption on Windows 7 system: http://www.partitionsrecovery.com/data-recovery-after-partition-table-corruption-on-Windows-7.html

This application is capable enough to recover data from HFSX, HFS+, NTFS, FAT 32, FAT 16 and other popular file types within a fraction of seconds. You can use this tool on Windows 7, Windows 8 and other popular version of Windows as well as on Mac operating system. You can easily see the preview of recovered data once the recovery process is completed. It supports recovery of data from laptop hard drive as well as other various types of external hard drive. You can also use this application to recover data from unmountable hard drive very easily.

Note: This is one of the most popular tools which can easily restore partition form Mac OS X using its unique algorithm. Take a look of this tool from here: http://www.partitionsrecovery.com/mac-os-x-partition.html

Learn How to Extract Data from Dead HDD:

1: To perform dead hard drive data recovery download and install partition recovery software on your computer and then launch it. Select "Recover Drives" option from home screen as shown in figure 1 and from second screen choose "Partition Recovery" to get back data from dead HDD.

How to Extract Data from Dead HDD - Main Window

Figure 1: Main Window

2: Now from this screen, select logical drive which represents dead hard drive as shown in figure 2.

How to Extract Data from Dead HDD - Select HDD

Figure 2: Select HDD

3: Once the recovery process is done, you can preview the recovered data as shown in figure 3.

How to Extract Data from Dead HDD - Preview Recovered Data

Figure 3: Preview Recovered Data

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