How to recover a formatted disk?

How to recover a formatted disk

How to “recover a formatted disk”: Hard drives save all your information. Sometimes it happens that you accidentally delete the files that are important to you and cannot return them. So you have many questions like how to restore a formatted hard drive? It is very easy to do these detailed answers to these questions, but before you can restore a formatted disk, you need to understand what the word “format disk” means.
Concept of disk formatting process

Formatting a disk is a system process. An operating system that is designed to split the field on the disk where your information is stored, and by this option, you can delete your files.

You can restore the data from a formatted disk, but you should remember that in any case you can take this hard drive and can write on it, because all previous information is not already available, even for professionals. With formatting, the system, besides removing your files, also registers them in the hard disk table, detects and clears hard drive groups, marks the damaged block, meaning that the disc is completely clean.
Data recovery software

And yet, how to restore a formatted disk. This will help you in many different utilities, programs. I’ll give you some examples.

To fix data properly from the formatted disk, you will need to remove it from your computer and connect to another, because it is impossible to keep recoverable files on a formatted “hard drive.”

With recovery software running, while you are in the main window, you can see all drives installed on your computer. The new hard drive will be named as a new storage medium by selecting it with the mouse cursor, at the top of the program window, you select “Open Drive Files” (this means opening the disk files).

After this, you will see the structure of a tree where you find files with check marks checked, this means files are still on disk and can be restored. Then the “recover” item selects all the files, then the window pops up, where you must specify the path to save the recovered files, click “OK” the file recovery process begins. After its expiry, you will be notified, go to the folder where you have left everything and have seen your “required” files. You’ll need a better formatted disk:

After this, you will see the window of the running process (though, the duration of the operation depends on the size of your hard drive so you need patience). The progress of the process is shown by colorful sections.
After the successful completion of the scan in the main window, you select your hard drive again, where you have already restored the files.
Files preferences such as “Recognized 0”, “Recognized 1”, “Recognition 2” mean that your files may have approximately 100% reinstallation. If the preference is “Additional Found Files”, then these files cannot be restored.

 

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