URGENT - Read this before using Data Recovery Wizard

Before you use the Data Recovery Wizard to recover lost data, you must keep a very important rule in mind:

DO NOT MAKE ANY CHANGES TO THE DISK ON WHICH THE LOST DATA IS LOCATED (the Bad Device).

The success of your data recovery depends largely on your adherence to some crucial rules. When we say to make no changes to the damaged disk, we mean that you basically should leave the disk alone. These include as follows:

Do not try to delete folders or files from the Bad Device, even if you are able to see them and think that they are not damaged.

Do not try to save anything in the Bad Device.

Do not attempt to format or re-partition the Bad Device, not even with a program like FDISK or format. If the support people for these or any other applications tell you it's OK to format or re-partition the Bad Device, do not copy.

You will risk permanent data loss if you do not keep these warnings in your mind. If you have made one of these mistakes, don't worry. Just don't make any more changes to the Bad Device. You can use the Data Recovery Wizard freely to see if your data is still recoverable. Even if the Data Recovery Wizard can't detect your Bad Device, it doesn't mean the data is lost. If your Bad Device is HDD, it is not detectable by computer's BIOS. It's URGENT for you to turn off the power of the device immediately! You will not be able to recover the data in this device without any commercially available utilities, and you should ask for a professional data recovery service provider.

Tips:
This user guide refers to 7.5 or earlier versions. If you are using new version, please visit the new guide with the link below:
https://www.easeus.com/tutorial/drw-free-user-guide.html