Format My Hard Drive With All My Important Documents.

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If you have a hard disk in which you stored all your important data but accidently formatted it without a back-up! You do get panicky. How ¬¬If I want to restore the data when i accidentally formatted my hard drive?

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Format My Hard Drive With All My Important Documents.



1) You can use Data Recovery Wizardto get your files back from the HDD.

2) Deleted data can also be recovered using this software.

3) Download the software from its official site.

4) Run the extension and click the files you want to recover. Click next.

5) Select the drive from where you lost the information and click scan.

6) After the scanning process, select the files you want to recover and press recover.

Save these file in another drive to prevent overwriting.

Answered By 590495 points N/A #94450

Format My Hard Drive With All My Important Documents.


There are different tools you can use to recover your data in case you accidentally formatted your hard drive. But do remember that even if you manage to recover portion or the entire partition of your hard drive, it still doesn’t guarantee that the recovered data is 100 percent working or free from errors. After the recovery, you still need to check your files for possible errors.

If you have lots of photos, text files, Office document files, and other data files on that partition, you should check each of them for correctness. When you identified a file with a problem, just delete it. There are no more options left to recover individual files because the problem is the entire partition.

Aside from using EaseUS Data Recovery Wizard Free as mentioned in the previous post, you can also use EASEUS Partition Master Home Edition. It is actually a disk partitioning software that allows you to resize, move, split, copy, and merge a partition. Aside from being a disk partitioning software, it can also be used to recover a partition which is good in cases of accidental formatting.

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