Data Recovery from Dead SATA Drive

Your SATA hard drive is dead and Important data stored in it has become inaccessible. You are worried that your files present in SATA hard drive is lost forever. What could be the reason behind dead SATA hard disk drive? Also, is it possible to get back data from dead hard drive?

Well, there are many reasons behind dead SATA hard drive, some of which could be:

  • Ageing of SATA hard drive with time
  • Due to misplaced platters, SATA hard drive can get severely damaged
  • Abrupt system shutdown or OS reboot
  • Increased number of bad sectors on SATA hard drive
  • Repartitioning, file system or partition table corruption and other logical conflicts on SATA hard drive

Under all these situations, you will be worried about your data present in SATA hard disk. Don’t worry; it is possible to get back files from dead SATA hard drive. With Yodot Hard Drive Recovery tool restoring data from hard disk is easy and simple.

Restore Data from Dead SATA Hard Drive:

Yodot Hard Drive Recovery software will recover files from dead SATA hard drive in an efficient manner. This utility performs an automatic scan for restoring data from dead, crashed, RAW, or inaccessible hard SATA drive. The tool also helps to retrieve files from ATA, PATA, SCSI and IDE hard drives, apart from SATA. Also, data from formatted, corrupted or damaged FAT, NTFS, ExFAT, NTFS5, hard drive partitions on all major versions of Windows operating systems can be restored. This software is designed with user friendly interface to offer risk free and easy process to perform data recovery from HDD in simple steps.

Guide to Retrieve Dead SATA Hard Drive:

  • Plug the dead SATA hard drive to a healthy computer as a slave
  • Download and install Yodot Hard Drive Recovery software on this computer. Launch the tool.
  • In the main screen, you will find two options “Partition Recovery” and “Formatted / Reformatted Recovery”. Select “Partition Recovery” option to restore data from dead SATA hard drive
  • Next select the drive which is representing the dead SATA hard drive, and click "Next"
  • Once the scanning process is completed, you can preview the recovered files and save them on a location of your choice

Precautionary measures:

  • Always maintain a backup of important data stored in the hard drive
  • Defrag hard drive on a regular basis
  • Carry out repartition, format process with caution

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