When you find that your hard drive stops responding and you hear some “biz biz” when you try to boot from it, it shuts down and you can’t access it anymore. In such a case, your hard drive may die out. How do you know if your hard drive is dead? Can you Data Recovery from an HS hard drive?
- Strange noises
- Computer crashes
- Disk errors and data loss
- The computer no longer recognizes the drive
If you are facing any of these symptoms, your hard drive is dead. Do not panic, follow the tips below to recover data from an HS hard drive.
Hard drive failure eventually affects all computer users. Frustration sets in quickly with the loss of photos, music, documents and other files – files you can’t always replace.
Don’t worry, unless the files are corrupted, they can be saved. And most of the time, the data is intact. It is good that you have a backup of your important data. However, if you don’t make backup in advance, and find that your drive components are still working, you can recover data from failed hard drive with bootable CD/DVD of data recovery software – Ease-US Data Recovery Wizard WinPE Edition.
Ease-US Data Recovery Wizard WinPE Edition is a data recovery software boot disk that can help you recover data after system crash and boot problem. Before you start, first create a bootable USB disk. Then boot from WinPE bootable disk of data recovery wizard. Then follow the steps below to recover data from failed hard drive.
Finally, recover data from computer or laptop. After the scan is completed, you can preview all recoverable files, select the targeted files and click “Recover” button to get your files back. You’d better save all the recovered Twitter data to another location to avoid data overwriting.
Besides recovering lost files from failed hard drive, Ease-US Data Recovery Wizard WinPE Edition also supports data recovery from RAID , external hard drive, dynamic disk and memory cards, etc. . It can also recover deleted photos , lost documents and media files, etc., recover formatted files , recover data from lost partition, etc.