External hard drive is a portable storage device used to store and back up important data. User is able to transfer files from external hard drive to different storage device. It is a portable device so user can carry at different work place. Sometimes, most of the users lose their important data by accidentally pressing format option when connected to the system.
Under such situation instead of getting tensed, you can use File Restore tool which is able to restore files from formatted external hard drive in few simple steps. This software is 100% trustworthy and secure which is capable in recovering files from formatted external hard drive of different file formats such as JPG, JPEG, MP3, MP4, AVI, DOCX, PPT, etc. It is one of best application to recover formatted external hard drive which is available online across the globe. Apart from external hard drive recovery, this application is able to perform formatted hard drive file recovery on Windows 8, Windows 7, XP, Vista and many more.
Reasons responsible for formatting of external hard drive
Accidental Formatting: All files are deleted from external hard drive after successful format. When users accidentally format a partition of external hard drive instead of systems internal hard drive partition then he loses all important files from that partition. This incident usually happens during new installation of operating system.
Virus Attack: Virus attack is one of the common scenarios which force user to format external hard drive. When system is connected to infected storage device then virus may get into the external hard drive and may corrupt the entire hard drive. In some cases malware program affects the MBR (Master Boot Program) and hence hard drive become inaccessible. In such situations, you may not get access to your external hard drive and you may face format error message. Until and unless you format the drive, you won't be able to access your hard drive.
File System Corruption: File system is used to access different files or data stored in a external hard drive or any storage device. If the file system of hard drive is corrupted then user is unable to access the files or folder saved in a hard disk. You can restore your external hard drive using Formatted Hard Drive Recovery tool.
Bad Sector: It is a cluster of space on hard drive which appears to be defective. Due to presence of excessive bad sectors on hard drive, it may result in the corruption of the hard drive. As a result, you may face format error message whenever you try to access your external hard drive.
You can use this tool to restore files from formatted external hard drive within short time interval. You can follow few simple steps for formatted external hard drive recovery. With the help of this easy to use tool, you can also recover data from Windows 10 system drive after Upgrade. To know more about it, check this page: https://www.filerestore.net/how-to-recover-lost-files-after-windows-10-upgrade.html
Features of File Restore Software
- File Restore Software is compatible in recovering files from Windows and Mac operating system.
- It recovers different file types such as images, songs, videos, documents, etc.
- Software is compatible with different file system such as FAT 16, FAT 32, NTFS, HFS, HFSX, HFS+, etc.
- Preview option is available which allows user to view recovered hard drive before save it on any storage device.
- File Restore software has an extra ordinary feature called Save Recovery Session which allows user to save recovery time.
- File Restore tool is effective in recovering files from Seagate Backup Plus, Western digital, SanDisk, Buffalo, Toshiba, and other brands of external hard drive.
Following are the few simple steps to restore files from formatted external hard drive
Step 1: Download File Restore tool and install it on your computer and open its home screen as shown in figure A.
Figure A: Home Screen
Step 2: Choose the data storage drive from the list of logical drives as shown in figure B.
Figure B: Choose External Hard Drive
Step 3: List of recovered files will be shown as in below figure C.
Figure C: Retrieved Files