Windows 7 Hard Drive Recovery

 

  • Have you lost your important data from Windows 7 after reinstallation of OS, formatting, accidental deletion, corruption of the drive, virus infection, etc? Then, make use of Recover My Hard Drive software to get the files back in few clicks. Download the trial version to recover and preview the recovered files before you purchase the license of the software. download now!!!

    Well-known data loss scenarios:

    • 1. Accidental format of a hard drive
    • 2. Accidentally deleting partitions using Windows Disk Management Utility
    • 3. Multiple attempts to make dual boot or multi-boot environments for installing more than one Operating System
    • 4. Computer System crash due to improper shutdown
    • 5. Sudden deletion of files and folders on a hard drive by any third-party application
    • 6. Viruses can affect important system files due to which Windows 7 hard drive fails to boot
    • 7. Aging Windows 7 hard drive is prone to bad sectors, that will result in data loss

    Recover My Hard Drive software is an advanced Windows 7 hard drive recovery application to recover data from deleted partitions, formatted hard drives, non-booting hard drive, reformatted hard drive, etc. This software is also applicable for recovery of a hard drive with bad sectors by creating disk images. This advanced tool will scan the whole hard drive in just a few minutes to recover lost files and folders. This is the most reliable Windows 7 hard drive recovery tool which can recover data with original directory structure and file names. The corrupt Windows 7 hard drive having bad sectors makes the scanning process slow. But this software creates a disk image of the bad sectors so that you can later recover data from disk images.

    This software recovers data from the hard drive when MBR (Master Boot Record) gets corrupt. This tool will be useful to recover data from accidentally formatted partitions such as NTFS5, NTFS, FAT16, FAT32, etc. This is a proficient recovery tool used for Seagate, Western Digital & Hitachi desktop hard drive recovery after MBR corruption. For more information about rescuing hard drive after MBR corruption, visit this link http://www.recovermyharddrive.org/hitachi-desktop-hard-drive-recovery-after-mbr-corruption.html. This software supports the recovery of around 300 file types from Windows 7, Windows XP, Windows 8 and Windows 10 operating system. This powerful tool recovers data from HDD volumes such as HFS+, HFSX formatted partitions/volumes or from a hard drive that won't boot with ease. To know more about how to recover a hard drive that won't boot, go to this page: www.recovermyharddrive.org/that-wont-boot.html

    Steps to recover Windows 7 Hard drive data:

    Step1: Download and install My Hard Drive Recovery Software on your computer.

    Step2: Soon after launching Recover My Hard drive software, the main window will be displayed. In the main screen, select "Recover Partitions/Drives" to recover deleted partitions. Soon after this select "Partition Recovery" option.

    Windows7 Hard drive recovery - main screen

    Figure 1: Main Screen

    Step3: Recover My hard drive software will scan the entire hard drive and shows on screen a list of available disks. Now select the Physical hard drive from which deleted partition data need to be recovered and click on "Next" to initiate the scanning process.

    Windows7 Hard drive recovery - select hard drive

    Figure 2: Select a hard drive

    Step4: After the scanning process is completed the recovered data will be displayed. You can have the option to preview the recovered data using the File type view. Now use the "Preview" option to view the recovered data.

    Windows7 Hard drive recovery - view data

    Figure 3: Preview hard drive data

    Step5: The "Save Recovery" option allows you to save scanned information. If you are satisfied with the recovery results you can purchase the My Hard Drive Recovery Software then you activate the tool to recover previously scanned loaded session.

    Windows7 Hard drive recovery - save recovery

    Figure 4: Save recovery hard drive