Recover HDD Data after using Chkdsk

Requirements: Microsoft Windows 8, Windows 7, Windows Vista, Windows XP, Windows 2003 and Windows 2008

Requirements: Mac OS X 10.5.x and above (including Leopard, Snow Leopard, Lion, Mountain Lion & Mavericks)

  • Chkdsk or Checkdisk is a Windows application that checks Windows file system for integrity and accuracy in all inconsistency issues. In Windows NT-based version, this application can also check the hard disk surface for bad sectors and errors. Windows runs a boot-time chkdsk to make sure the consistency of its file system. If any error is found, chkdsk shows a full report. Windows hard drive corruption can occur due to various reasons such as registry files or system file corruption. Harmful viruses like Spyware, adware and Trojan horses can also cause system file corruption, resulting in a hard drive crash. Apart from these external issues, data loss can also occur due to small internal factors like bad sectors, lost clusters, cross-linked files, and directory errors. Windows hard drive revival software is an attempt to reclaim all your lost data, whether you've deleted it, hard disk has crashed, or even when you can't access your hard drive at all.

    Let's take a realistic example. When you experience an unexpected shutdown of your system then after this, at each startup, you find that Windows runs chkdsk to check the consistency of disk. Each time, it shows the below error message:

    "An unspecified error occurred"

    Though Windows can boot successfully thereafter, but shows certain issues.

    At this point you can try fixing disk data occurring due to these errors using the Chkdsk command manually. Chkdsk.exe is a command-line tool that checks Windows partition or drives for problems and tries to repair errors that it finds. To use Chkdsk, you must log on as an Administrator. Being a command line code, it works natively from the command prompt but you can run it from My Computer or from Windows Explorer too for easier access. The Chkdsk reports exit codes after execution of the chkdsk command.

    If hard drive corruption was due to bad sectors, cross-linked files or directory errors then all will be fixed using the Chkdsk command. If not, then possibly files are severely damaged and you may need to format your partitions or whole disk to remove corruption leading to huge data loss. So to avoid data loss you need to make use of professional hard drive rescuing software. Read more about the software by clicking on this link http://www.recover-hard-drive.org.

    Hard drive rescuing software is a professional resurgence tool that can bring back hard disk data from lost, deleted, formatted, and corrupted hard disk partitions for Windows 7, Vista, XP, 2003, and 2000 based systems. This Hard Drive Rescuing tool has a wizard-style interface that makes the utility user friendly to rescue data from laptop hard disk, desktop hard drive and also portable drives with utmost ease. The tool supports data rescue from FAT32, FAT16, NTFS, and NTFS5 file systems. The software uses advance in built algorithm to get back all your lost files from corrupted hard drive. It is now possible to undelete files from hard drive that won t boot due to wrong BIOS settings, infection of Boot sector, corrupted Registry File and hardware/software problems. It can also bring back data lost due to partition deletion, partition damage, and partition formatting. You can also get back hard disk after format on both Windows and Mac OS X in just few clicks of mouse. You can download the free trial version of this software evaluate the resurgence results.

    Requirements: Microsoft Windows 7, Windows Vista, Windows XP, Windows 2003 and Windows 2008

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  • Follow the steps given below to regain lost data from hard drive data after using chkdsk:

    Step 1: Disconnect affected hard drive from PC and connect it to another system as a secondary storage device. Download and also install the trial version of Partition recovery software in your system. Launch the program by double clicking the desktop shortcut and the main window appears as shown in Image 1. select "Recover Drives" option from the main screen and proceed further.

    Recover hard drive - Select Partitions/Drives option

    Image 1: Select Recover Drives

    Step 2: When you select "Recover Partitions / Drives" option, a new window appears. The new window provides you an option to recover deleted/lost partitions and to recover formatted/reformatted partitions. Select "Formatted/Reformatted Recovery" option and proceed to the next step as shown in Figure 2.

    Recover hard drive - Select Partitions/Drives option

    Figure 2 : Select Formatted/Reformatted Recovery

    Requirements: Microsoft Windows 7, Windows Vista, Windows XP, Windows 2003 and Windows 2008

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    Step 3: Once you select"Formatted/Reformatted Recovery" option, the program detects all the physical drives and displays it as shown in Figure 3. Select the drive from which you want to recover lost data and click on "Next".

    Recover hard drive - Select Partitions/Drives option

    Figure 3 : Select Physical Drive

    Step 4: When you click "Next" the software starts scanning the selected drive and displays all the found partitions, as shown in Figure 4. Select the partition which you want to restore and click on "Next".

    Recover hard drive - Select physical drive

    Figure 4 : Select the Partition

    Requirements: Microsoft Windows 7, Windows Vista, Windows XP, Windows 2003 and Windows 2008

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    Step 5: When you click "Next" you get an option to search for a particular file based on its unique signature by selecting the file type from the list that is displayed as shown in Figure 5. You also have an option to "Skip" this step.

    Hard drive recovery - Select partition

    Figure 5 : Select File Type

    Step 6: On clicking "Next" scanning process starts. The software recovers deleted files and displays all the recovered data as shown in Figure 6. You can use "Preview" option to view the recovered data and can save the recovered data.

    Recovered data list

    Figure 6 : Recovered Data

    Requirements: Microsoft Windows 7, Windows Vista, Windows XP, Windows 2003 and Windows 2008

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