How to recover data from your hard drive after computer crash?
Losing data from hard drive after PC crash!
"My storage PC where I store valuables like Pictures, Music, Videos, Tax returns, etc. crashed a few days back and I desperately needed to retrieve previous year's tax returns."
"Yesterday I woke and turned my computer on to check the emails, as I usually do first thing in the morning. A couple of seconds later an error screen appeared saying that Windows could not start because a system file was missing or corrupted… The backup I had was also very old and it was missing some important files and documents that I had recently created (including some work for clients). As you can see the problem was pretty critical, and I need a way to get my precious data back ASAP!"
It is no denying fact that every computer user will experience the nightmare of PC crash. Much as we try to prevent hard drive failure in our computers, we cannot prevent the intrusion of viruses or other system intruders. These bugs might crash our computers system. Furthermore, very few computer users remember to do a daily or even yearly backup. It's only when data are lost that the importance of having a backup comes to users' mind.
So stop kicking yourself for not having prepared for the disaster and get busy figuring out how to recover all those files that you need. The bright side of the thing is even on the most damaged computer drives, there are often ways to recover the data that you stored. You may not be able to have access to your computer, but the critical data may still be there and there are ways to recover from the disaster.
How to recover data after system crash with Data Recovery Wizard WinPE?
You may know that you cannot do anything to the crashed hard drive after the catastrophe happens in order to avoid any chance of further damage to your lost data by overwriting it. The traditional way of managing the problem is to remove the hard drive from the crashed computer and connect it to another computer with Windows installed, and then seek for data recovery software to have a try on your disk...
Getting your data back by using the third-party software under Windows environment is indeed a way, but it is time-consuming and too complicated that most people shrink back at the thought of the difficult procedures. Considering those troubles, EaseUS develops a convenient product - EaseUS Data Recovery WinPE Edition to solve the problem of recovering data from hard drive after computer crash.
There are some fundamental advantages of creating bootable disk to get your data back:
1. While recovering your data under WinPE bootable disk, you are free from any risk of losing data by overwriting it.
2. There is no complicated procedure such as transferring your crashed disk from one computer to another or trying to burn a bootable disk by yourself.
3. This software is the most efficient one to save your time and ensure the continuity of your work for it can get your important data back within no time.
You can create bootable disk of Data Recovery Wizard to USB or CD/DVD with only one click. There is no need to follow a long tedious procedure to create a WinPE bootable disk by yourself. Or you can export the ISO image and burn it by yourself in case there is any problem happening during the process of creating the bootable disk by the software. After that, restart your computer and run EaseUS Data Recovery Wizard from WinPE bootable disk to recover your data.
To have a good prepare of any accidents, we highly recommend you to get one copy of the WinPE version of Data Recovery Wizard to your first-aid kits and take a better care of your critical data!
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