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Restore Deleted/Formatted/Lost Buffalo MiniStation Hard Drive with Data

Posted by Tracy King to Data Recovery 2016-10-12

Summary

This article mainly tells how to perform Buffalo MiniStation hard drive recovery and restore all lost data from deleted, formatted or lost hard drive partitions. If your hard drive got deleted, formatted or even cannot be read by the computer, just relax and find solutions to fix this problem now.

Are you looking for a way to restore lost data from your Buffalo MiniStation hard drive? Finding no access to Buffalo MiniStation hard drive data? Computer cannot detect your Buffalo MiniStation hard drive or external hard drive? Or your had drive, partitions or SD card display you with 0 byte? If you are having similar problems in your storage devices and have no way to restore those deleted or formatted data, just relax. Here in this article we’ll offer you professional solutions to fix these problems and assist you performing deleted/formatted/lost Buffalo MiniStation hard drive recovery within 3 steps.

Video tutorial for Buffalo MiniStation hard drive recovery

This tutorial video offers direct method for you to perform hard drive recovery and data recovery when your computer cannot access data into your storage devices. You may directly follow this video to fix hard drive data loss problem. 

If you refer to a detail step-by-step guidance, you may follow below offered steps to perform Buffalo MiniStation hard drive recovery and get all lost data back now.

Step 1. Make undetected Buffalo MiniStation hard drive delectable
Force/let PC read or recognize unreadable Buffalo hard drive

If your hard drive or storage devices such as Buffalo MiniStation hard drive cannot be deleted by your computer, you may need follow below steps to make it detectable again.
If your storage devices can be read by computer but all data were lost, you can directly jump to Step 2 to find hard drive recovery methods.

1. Click Start and go to Control Panel.
2. Click Administrative Tools and then click Computer Management.
3. When the window opens, click on Disk Management and then find the device in the drive viewer.
After this, you may go to Step 2 to find method to recover data in Buffalo hard drive.

Step 2. Restore Buffalo MiniStation hard drive data

The task to restore deleted, formatted or lost data from Buffalo MiniStation hard drive can be simply done by professional hard drive recovery software. And here we’d like to recommend you try EaseUS Data Recovery Wizard. Only 3 steps will get all your lost data back.

If your lost data in Buffalo MiniStation hard drive or other storage devices are less than 2GB, you may try EaseUS Data Recovery Wizard Free Edition to free restore all lost data.
1. Connect Buffalo hard drive with PC. Launch EaseUS file recovery software and select storage location of Buffalo hard drive and click "Scan".

Restore lost data on Buffalo MiniStation hard drive.

2. EaseUS Data Recovery Wizard will start a quick scan first to find lost or deleted Buffalo hard drive data;
After the quick scan, a deep scan will automatically start to find more data from Buffalo hard drive;

Fix Buffalo MiniStation hard drive data loss issue.

3. Preview and restore lost data;
You can preview found data by file types, select found Buffalo hard drive data and click "Recover" to save them to another safe spot in PC/storage device.

Buffalo MiniStation hard drive recovery.

Step 3. Format Buffalo MiniStation hard drive to NTFS
Create new partition in empty hard drive

After restoring lost data back, you can then format the inaccessible or undetectable Buffalo MiniStation hard drive or other RAW storage devices into NTFS to reuse it again: 

1. Connect hard drive with PC > Open This PC/Computer;
2. Right-click inaccessible/undetectable hard drive (Buffalo MiniStation hard drive) and click Format;
3. Select Yes to execute the order.

If your hard drive is totally empty or display as unallocated partition in your PC, you may need to create a new partition in your hard drive and format it to reusable again:

1. Connect hard drive with PC and go to Disk Management;
2. Right-click unallocated space > Select NEW VOLUME;
3. Follow the onscreen guidance to create a new partition in your hard drive and format it to NTFS for reusable again.