Windows 10 Hard Drive Recovery after Errors

“I had recently upgraded my system to Windows 10 OS with clean installation. After couple of days, as I boot my system I keep receiving different error messages each time that stops the system from showing anything on screen. The hard drive carries vital data for which I don’t have any backup. Can anyone suggest me how to get back data from Windows 10 hard drive that shows errors?”

Windows users who have recently upgraded OS on their systems to Windows 10 are encountering different kinds of error messages with perspective to hard drive issues. Hard drive on a Windows 10 system may display any of these error messages:

  • Windows detected hard drive problems
  • Error code x80070002
  • Windows cannot be installed on MBR disks

Encountering any kind of hard drive errors during or after Windows 10 upgrade has created woes among users. All these errors might occur due to wrong installation of Windows 10, having multiple booting devices associated with the computer, incorrect driver software o system hard drive or due to adding up of new features in Windows 10 auto update. However, some part of these hard drive issues could be resolved and data can be accessed on this hard drive by following this method:

Run inbuilt automatically fix hard drive errors tool on your Windows 10 system:

Microsoft facilitates a built-in functioning to check a drive for errors. To do so, login as system admin, go to Start -> Computer -> right-click on the drive that you want to check -> Select properties -> Go to Tools tab -> click Check now button under Error-checking -> To automatically fix problems with hard drive file and folders, you have to select Automatically fix file system errors -> Or to perform deep scanning, choose Scan for and attempt recovery of bad sectors (scans and repairs physical errors) -> If you want to perform both, mark both the options and click Start. Wait till the process completes without unplugging the power.

If this doesn’t fix Windows 10 hard drive errors and you still face inaccessibility of data on this drive? Then, immediately employ good data recovery problem and extract each and every file of yours.

Application to retrieve data from Windows 10 hard drive:

Yodot Hard Drive Recovery is the best utility to bring back all data from Windows 10 hard drive after various error messages appear on startup. This tool has caliber to restore data even from the hard drives with bad sectors. Its excellent scanning methodology neatly scans entire hard drive to pull back all possible files and folders and even helps to crate disk image when hard disk isn’t working. This program can recover data from hard drive after CRC error, BOOTMGR is missing error, cannot find GTP partition error and so on. In addition, it extends its support in recovering data from external hard drive, USB flash drives, SSD, FireWire drives, and other storage devices on Windows 10 computer. It works well on Windows 10, Windows 8, Windows 8.1, Windows 7, Windows XP, Windows Vista, Windows Server 2003 and 2008 OS based computers.

Simple procedural steps to get back Windows 10 hard drive data:

  • Connect your Windows 10 hard drive with error to a healthy Windows computer using proper USB(if Windows 10 hard drive is completely corrupted and not working)
  • Download and install the software on this system by logging in as system administrator
  • After complete installation of tool, launch it and wait till main screen appears
  • Next, click on ‘Partition Recovery’ option to retrieve hard drive data and click ‘Next’
  • In next window, all drives associated with host system will get displayed; choose the one that represents Windows 10 hard drive
  • After scanning, all logical partitions on selected drive will be shown, choose required partitions from which data has to be recovered
  • Further, choose file types to restore or simply skip this step and continue with scanning process
  • After the partition is scanned completely, recovered list of files will be displayed on screen
  • View these retrieved files in two view types – ‘Data view’ and ‘File Type View’
  • Have a quick look at any selected file from the list using ‘Preview’ option
  • Finally, save recovered data to new location on host system hard drive not to same Windows 10 hard drive

Important Note:

  • Have complete knowledge about Windows 10 upgrade before actually performing it
  • Backup entire hard drive data onto any external storage device to avoid data loss

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