Deleted Data Recovery from Seagate

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)

  • Nowadays we do not keep heavy books, filing cabinets and ledgers to store our data manually. We have sought the refuge of the computer where we store all valuable files. The Hard Drive of the computer is a very important hardware. Seagate is the number one manufacturer of hard drives and data storage. Despite their reputation and reliability, all hard drives are prone to failure due to physical damage, wear and tear or user error. Laptops, in particular, are at risk for damage due to their portability. They can easily be knocked, bumped or dropped, causing permanent physical damage to the hard drive and file loss. So in order to bring back deleted or lost data from Seagate hard drive you need to make use of an effective rescue tool. Know about the hard drive revival tool by visiting on this link

    Some of the symptoms of a Seagate hard drive failure are:

    • Clicking sound from your hard drive.
    • Slow computer performance.
    • BIOS doesn't recognize the hard disk.
    • Hard disk fails due to a firmware error.
    • You have inaccessible drives and partitions.
    • Corrupted files.
    • Unintentional reformatting of partitions or deletion of data.

    If you experience any of the above mentioned problems, it's important that you back up your important files and replace the Segate hard drive as soon as possible. If you try to run a failing hard disk, you may further corrupt the drive, probably causing you to lose data permanently.

      If you've already lost some files, don't continue to use the same hard drive, as this can cause even more of your files to be overwritten or lost. The best solution is to safely shut down your system and use a reliable hard drive resurgence software to rescue deleted files from your Seagate hard drive.

      Hard Drive revival software is one of the popular resurgence tool which is developed by some expert data recovery professionals to recover hard drive data. This utility facilitates you to bring back data from formatted, partitioned and re-partitioned FAT and NTFS hard drives in some easy steps.This software can reclaim hard drive data from NTFS and FAT partitions on 32-bit and 64-bit Windows OS. This tool supports recovery of more than 300 file types from different storage media. In case if the hard drive has some bad sectors this tool helps you to restore data from such drives by creating Disk Image. This utility also helps to get back formatted memory card, USB drive, external drive, etc. It has the ability to undelete lost data from SATA HDD, SCSI and IDE hard drives. You can use this tool to rescue formatted SD card, XD card, MMC, memory sticks and other type of memory cards. It also has the capability of recovering files from Western digital hard drive including all other popular hard drives. Besides desktop hard drives, this tool can regain laptop hard drive data of popular brands like Dell, HP, Lenovo etc at your fingertips.

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

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  • Follow the steps given below to restore deleted data from Seagate HD:

    Step 1: Disconnect affected Seagate 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 Partitions / 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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