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Hdata Recovery Partition Recovery Features
Super Partition Scan – A supper checking process to find out all the lost files from the re-partition hard drive.
Deep Partition Scan – Compare to other partition recovery tool, it supports the deeper scan process, which will help you recover more files, or even 100% files.
Partition Safe Recovery – Even your hard disk crashed or formatted, the safe recovery technology will start to be compatible.
How to Get Lost Data Back with Hard Drive Recovery Software
Introduction About HData Recovery
Features About HData Recovery
Recover Files from a Hard Drive
Data Recovery Important Tips
HData Recovery – Recover Deleted Files Easily!
An effective data recovery software to recover your lost files, photos, videos, music, documents
from various PC hard drives, USB disks, SD cards, flash cards and more.
Support any file types, such as photos, documents, music or any others
Recover files deleted or lost from SD Card or any other memory card
Recover files formatted from SD Card or any other memory card
Recover files from unreadable or defective cards
Launch the HData Recovery after installation, start scanning and recognizing the lost files through the format recovery model.
Waiting for around 20 minutes for scanning and recognizing the lost files
Preview and select the files listed in the scan result list, and click Next to get all files back.
If your drive has a physical problem and you're unable to obtain a usable drive image, we recommend that you contact a data recovery lab for data recovery service.
If you divert from the process described above, always make sure you:
Never install HData Recovery Wizard on the "bad drive"
Stop using your "bard drive" once data is lost and take immediate actions
Do not have temporary files and folders use the "bad drive"
Never copy the recovered files to the "bad drive"
Make an image first if the "bad drive" has mechanical problems