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How to Restore Lost Data due to Windows 10 Crash

Updated on Nov 05, 2018 by Tracy King to Data Recovery Solution


This article provides you direct solution to restore all lost data due to Windows 10 system failure. If your computer fails to boot Windows 10 or Windows 10 just crashed in your PC, relax, follow this article to find an easy and effective way to recover all lost data when encounter Windows 10 crash error.

Windows 10 just crashed with no signs in your PC? Cannot boot Windows 10 again after installing a new update in your computer? How to fix this problem? Solutions online are too complicated? Relax! Here in this article, we'll provide you with a direct and easy way to reboot your PC and recover all lost data when encounter Windows 10 crash issue. 

What is the solution? All you need is a powerful WinPE bootable disk. Here we'd like to recommend you try an all-in-one solution to apply EaseUS Data Recovery Wizard Pro with Bootable Media to fully reboot dead Windows 10 and get all valuable data restored with simple clicks. You can directly click to download EaseUS Data Recovery Wizard Pro with Bootable Media now. If you are a Mac user, you can also download a relative version to fix system failure, or computer fail to boot problem on your Mac computer.

Step 1. Create a bootable disk

Prepare an empty USB. If you have important data on it, copy the data to another device. When you create a bootable disk, the data on the USB will be erased. EaseUS Data Recovery Wizard WinPE Edition will help you create a bootable disk.

  • Connect the USB drive to PC, launch EaseUS Data Recovery Wizard WinPE Edition.
create a bootable disk with easeus
  • EaseUS Data Recovery Wizard WinPE Edition will recognize your CD/DVD device or USB drive automatically. You can also export the ISO file.
  • Select the USB drive and click "Proceed" to create a bootable disk.

Step 2. Boot from the bootable USB

  • Connect the bootable disk to PC that won't boot and change your computer boot sequence in BIOS. For most users, it works well when they restart their computer and press F2 at the same time to enter BIOS.
  • Set to boot the PC from "Removable Devices" (bootable USB disk) or "CD-ROM Drive" (bootable CD/DVD) beyond Hard Drive. Press "F10" to save and exit.

Step 3. Recover files/data from a PC/laptop hard drive that won't boot

When you boot from the USB, you are able to run EaseUS Data Recovery Wizard from the WinPE bootable disk.

  • Select the disk you want to scan to find all your lost files. 
selet the drive
  • Click Scan to start the scanning process.
let the software scan the drive
  • Recover data from the computer or laptop.

After the scan completed. You can preview all recoverable files, select the targeted files and click "Recover" button to restore your files. You'd better save all of the recovered data to another place to avoid data overwriting.

recover data from the computer

After all thee steps, your valuable personal files and data in Windows 10 will be restored now.