Recover Corrupted Files from Hard Drive
Hard drives are mainly used to store data like document files, images, audio and video files. Files in the hard drive get corrupted due to various reasons like virus attack, malfunction of third party utility, due to bad sectors on the hard drive and improper system shutdown. Sometimes users may delete or lose corrupt files from the hard disk due to various data loss scenarios like accidental deletion, formatting or re-formatting of drive or partition, file system corruption, OS crash, accidental deletion of partition, etc. Due to any of the above mentioned reasons files on the hard disk may become inaccessible. When a corrupt file is deleted from the Recycle Bin, or if the deleted file surpasses the Recycle Bin, the file can no longer be recovered without the help of a data recovery software.
It is possible to restore files from hard drive by using advance corrupt file recovery software. This software restores corrupted Word document, Excel file, Outlook PST file, Access database file, photo file, audio and video files. The software retrieves corrupted files from Windows 7, Vista and Win XP Operating System. The software also allows you to perform external hard disk drive file recovery and restore data with ease. Download the demo version of the software to evaluate the chances of recovery.
Note: Recovery software is used to restore corrupt files from hard drive. This software does not repair your corrupt files but only retrieves them as they are.
You can easily and efficiently recover corrupted files from hard drive by using Recovery software. Follow the below mentioned steps to recover lost files.
Step 1: Download and install the software, run the software by double clicking the shortcut icon present on the desktop or by selecting by START MENU -> ALL PROGRAMS. The main screen displays as shown in Image 1. Select “Recover Files” option from the main Screen as shown in Image 1
Step 2: Select “Recover Deleted files” or “Recover Lost Files” options from the screen to retrieve corrupt files from your Windows Operating System as shown in Image 2.
Step 3: A new screen displays the detected physical and logical drives as shown in Image 3. Select the logical drive from which you need to recover files from hard drive as shown in Image 3 and click “NEXT”
Step 4: You need to select the appropriate file format to perform additional search for files based on their unique signatures. You can even skip this process and continue with scanning as shown in Image 4
Step 5: Once you click on “NEXT” the software starts scanning the drive to retrieve deleted files from your hard disk drive. Once the scanning is completed you can view recovered data using “Data View” or “File Type View” options as shown in Image 5
Step 6: You can save your scanned information by using “Save Recovery Session” option. Later when you activate the full version of the software use the “Open Recovery session” option to re-load the previously scanned data and save it in your desired location as shown in Image 6.