Data Recovery Software for Desktop PCs and Laptops
Desktop PCs and laptops have become an important part of our daily lives and an integral part of the working environment. The undesirable event of data loss could mean the loss of some treasured memories, or it could jeopardize the daily operation of businesses. Not everyone is very conscious about this risk and keeps a regular backup of their important files. What if our hard drives failed and we have no backups to fall back on?
How to Recover Data from Desktop PC and Laptops
We can divide the data-loss situation into two categories: logical data loss and physical data loss. Logical data loss means data is inaccessible due to deletion, partition corruption, partition deletion, format, reinstall, virus etc. In short, the storage media is in fine working condition but the file system is damaged or the data housed by the file system is latent or corrupt. Physical or mechanical data loss means the data is no longer accessible because the storage media is no longer operational. Hard drives may not be operational due to damage to the Printed Circuit Board, read/write head failure or platter damage. No matter what caused the data loss, we should immediately stop using the hard drive to avoid secondary damage to the data. This is important because it can affect how successful the data recovery will be.
Although we might need professional assistance from technicians to handle physical data loss, we can easily perform the recovery from logical data loss on our own by using professional data recovery software such as H Data Recovery Software. Performing data recovery with H Data Recovery Software is very simple. According to your data loss situation, you may choose from one of the 6 modules this software has to offer. These situations include accidental deletion, emptied recycle bin, deletion from flash drives like USB flash drives or SD cards, accidental formatting of drives, damaged or lost partitions, etc.
Step 1. Launch H Data Recovery Software and select one module by clicking it.
Step 2. Select the partition where your files used to be before they get deleted. If you wish to recover files on Desktop, choose partition (C:). Click Next to start the scan process.
Step 3. When scanning is done, you will be able to see all the files that can be recovered. Check the files you wish to recover and click next to start the recovering process. If the scanning process failed to find your lost file, try our new feature “Universal Recovery”. It is a special module that conducts a thorough scan and tries to find and reconstitute every deleted file.
Step 4. Choose a directory or device to store the recovered files. Do not put new files into that partition in order to avoid deleted files being overwritten.