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Generally, users format their Western Digital hard drive to fix minor errors. Before formatting WD hard disk, it is always advised to take the backup of precious files. Backup file helps you to restore back the lost data afterward. But, in most of the cases, users unintentionally format their WD hard drive without taking backup of important files and folders. For all the WD hard drive users over the globe, who lost data after formatting WD hard drive without the backup file, you can use Recover My Hard Drive tool which definitely helps you to recover the Western Digital hard drive. Using this application, you can restore lost data from a laptop after system restore and from computer HDD’s in a few simple mouse clicks.
Apart from the accidental or intentional formatting of the WD hard drive, many other reasons are there that forces user to perform this operation. Whenever any sort of virus attacks on your WD hard drive, your system responds slowly and shows abnormal behavior. At this certain point, a user takes help of anti-virus program to remove virus infection, but if the infection is severe then the only option left to remove these viruses is the formatting of the Western Digital hard drive. After such instance, the only question comes in user minds that in this point of time is how to recover Western Digital hard drive data after formatting operation? The perfect answer for this question is Recover My Hard Drive software which allows you to retrieve hard disk with bad sectors which are created due to frequent system shut down because of the improper power supply.
Formatting a WD hard drive never erases the files and folders permanently; it just removes the address pointers and marks the particular space free to store new files. The actual files and folders stored in the Western Digital hard drive in the same location until and unless it gets overwritten with new data. Recover My Hard Drive software performs deep scanning to recover Western Digital hard drive data in just a few steps. The advanced recovery algorithms of this application help you to recover Hitachi Desktop hard disk after MBR corruption in few easy steps and apart from Hitachi; this software supports other hard drive brands like Transcend, Iomega, Buffalo, Seagate, Toshiba, etc.
There are many other reasons, due to which a user has to format the WD hard drive and those results in data loss. But you don’t have to worry at all, as you have Recover My Hard Drive tool with you and in addition, it facilitates a user to get back files from crashed hard drive in a couple of mouse clicks.
Steps to recover files from Western Digital hard drive:
Step (i): Download, and install the free version of My Hard Drive Recovery software on your system. Now launch the software. Choose Recover Partitions option from the main screen. Then, a list of available logical and physical disk drives are displayed on the screen. Choose the logical drive from where files has to be recovered and hit Scan button to begin scanning.
Fig A: Home Window
Step (ii): Now, the software scans the selected drive to find deleted & lost files.
Fig B: Scanning to find Formatted Files from the Drive
Step (iii): Upon the completion of scanning & recovery process, a list of recovered files are displayed on the screen. You can view the recovered files in Data View, and File Type View
Fig C: List of Retrieved Files in Data View & File Type View
Step (iv): Prior saving the recovered files, you can preview each of the recovered files just by right-clicking on the file and hitting Preview option or just by double-clicking on the recovered file.
Fig D :Preview Recovered Data
Step (v): Finally, save the recovered files, as illustrated in Fig E.
Fig E :Save Recovered Data