One of the building companies we work with kept some data on a Seagate NAS. The other day they indicated they couldn't access the data. I saw that the Ethernet lights on the back of the NAS were turned off, as was the router's status light for that connection. The NAS was not listed under linked devices and could not be found using Seagate's software. I'm presuming the hard disks are fine because they both spin up, but how can I access the data on them?
The majority of NAS systems are Linux-based. Previously, when you needed to recover data from a Seagate hard drive, you had to plug the drives in directly because the dock wouldn't read them and then utilize Linux file system tools to retrieve the data.
NAS storage drives are primarily developed to address the increased need for data read and write speeds and data transfer stability. If feasible, you can connect the drive directly to a SATA controller and create the clone of the disk to test with, so you don't risk harming the original.
NAS data recovery is not difficult with the help of a specialized tool. While NAS is a dependable solution for increasing storage space, it can potentially have data issues. If you cannot access data saved on the NAS, accidentally delete data on the NAS, format the NAS disk, or lose data due to a virus assault, you can use NAS data recovery software.
EaseUS Data Recovery Wizard is a high-quality data recovery program that offers various file recovery services, such as emptied Recycle Bin recovery, formatted hard drive recovery, lost partition recovery, deleted file recovery, NAS and cloud data recovery, and more.
This software will automatically discover your IP address and port. All you have to do is enter your username and password. If the IP address or Port is incorrect, you can manually change it. Then press the "Connect Now" button.
The EaseUS data recovery program will connect to your NAS and scan it. Following the scan, you will see all the deleted, lost, or existent data on your NAS system.
To locate missing files on the hard drive, use the "Filter" feature or the "Search files or folders" option. Select the desired NAS files you lost on the server and click "Recover" to save them somewhere.
Because your data is important, regular backups of your external disk data are beneficial. Fixing the Seagate NAS hard drive not working problem is possible.
Use EaseUS Data Recovery Wizard to recover deleted or lost files easily and quickly.
Tutorials on how to recover lost, deleted, or formatted data from HDD, SSD, USB, SD card, or other storage media on Windows and Mac.