Recover Windows 8 hard drive data that is lost or deleted due to accidental deletion, formatting, corruption of the drive, reinstallation of OS, etc. by using Recover My Hard Drive software. Just download the trial version of the software to recover and preview the recovered files before you purchase the softwate. Download now!!!
Microsoft Windows OS is most popular among computer users. In the series of Windows OS, Windows 8 is the latest operating system with a lot of ultimate features. However, data loss crisis can also happen with Windows 8 users. You may lose your valuable files from computer hard drive after several data loss issues. Whatever the Windows version you are using, data loss problems are same. Hard drive formatting, accidental partition deletion or partition loss, hard drive failure, emptying Recycle Bin folder, virus infection, damaged file system structure, abrupt system shutdown, software malfunction, etc are some common data loss scenarios responsible for hard drive data loss on Windows 8 computer. Let we have a look on situations when you lose data from hard drive. Mostly a user attempt to format hard drive without keeping proper backup of essential data after that they lose all files. Similarly, if you format or delete hard drive partition accidentally or intentionally, you will lose whole data. Sometimes, hard drive data get deleted due to any interruption during managing hard drive partition size with Windows Disk Management Utility. After such accidents, you can recover hard drive partition data by using Recover My Hard Drive software within a few mouse clicks.
On Windows computer, whatever you delete, get stored in Recycle Bin folder from where you can restore deleted data. If you delete any file by using a Shift-Delete key combination, it results in permanent deletion as deleted file bypass the Recycle Bin folder. Virus infection is another very common factor responsible for data loss from the hard drive. Hard drive boot sector contains a program file that is used for loading OS when turn on the computer. A virus program may corrupt hard drive boot sector after that it becomes necessary to format a hard drive. Sometime, you may lose some essential files from hard drive due to abrupt system shutdown while processing those files. A third-party tool like antivirus program may also lead to file deletion from the hard drive. However, you need not be worried, as you can recover corrupted hard disk data after several corruption issues.
This software comes with the ability to restore deleted data from hard drives, USB drives, memory cards, flash drives, iPods and from other storage devices on Windows 8. Additionally, the software enables you to perform hard drive data recovery on Mac computers. The software regains all type of files along with photos, audios, videos, PPT, Excel sheets, etc from a hard drive. You have to follow only a few easy steps and you will get complete data deleted or lost from the hard drive. This software is capable of recovering files from hard drive after Windows 10 update within few mouse clicks.
Steps to recover Windows 8 Hard drive:
Step1: Download and install the free trial version of My Hard Drive Recovery Software on your computer.
Step2: After Launching Recover My Hard drive software, the main window will be displayed as shown in figure 1. From the main window, select "Recover Drives" option.
Figure 1: Main Window
Step3: Now select the physical hard drive from which data need to be recovered and click on "Next" and soon after clicking scanning process will start
Figure 2: Select Drive
Step4: After the scanning process is completed, a list of recovered files will be displayed. You can preview the recovered data using the File type view. Now use the "Preview" option to view the recovered data.
Figure 3: Preview Recovered Files
Step5: The "Save Recovery" option allows you to save scanned data. If you are fully satisfied with the recovery results, you can purchase the My Hard Drive Recovery Software then you activate the tool to recover previously scanned loaded session.
Figure 4: Save Recovered Data