Friday, 22 November 2013

Recover files from a dead external drive


Your data is your asset. Thereby, it is important to keep it safe. You can’t afford to lose that confidential data. If you are in a habit of keeping files exclusively on an external hard drive then don’t forget to take back up of that data. It is something very pathetic that you have saved your data on an external drive and it gets damaged. Want to recover files from that external drive?? Then this tutorial can help you. 


If your drive is making noises then you should send it to a recovery service. If not then the problem may present in your PC. You can try another USB port. In case, it will not work then use another computer. If nothing works then open your external hard drive. You will find an internal drive inside. By opening the enclosure, you can fix the lose connection. Also, you can take that internal drive out and connect it with computer. This can be done either by installing it as a second drive inside a desktop PC or by using SATA-USB adapter or enclosure. 

After applying these tricks, you can send your drive to a data recovery service such as DriveSavers and Ontrack. But, there is no guarantee that you will get those files back.
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