EASEUS Data Recovery is the world leader in Data Recovery Services and Data Recovery Software, offering the fastest, most convenient and cost-effective solutions to Data Loss. More and more businesses and consumers choose EASEUS Data Recovery Wizard and Partition Table Doctor.
EASEUS Data Recovery Wizard Professional and Data Recovery Wizard is used when data lost after an accidental format, virus crash, partition loss, file & folder deletion or even sabotage.Partition Table Doctor is the data recovery software for hard disk partition recovery. It can recover deleted or lost partitions easily!
EASEUS Partition Manager helps you resize/move, create, delete, format partitions without destroying data in Windows system. Super Fdisk is a FREE disk partition manager software worked in DOS system. EASEUS Disk Copy is a FREE software offering a very fast and easy way to copy all or part of a hard drive to another hard drive.Important rule:
Performing a data recovery:
- Do not try to delete folders or files from the Bad Device, even if you are able to see them and think that they are not damaged.
- Do not try to save anything to the Bad Device.
- Do not attempt to format or re-partition the Bad Device, not even with a program like fdisk or format. If the support people for these or any other applications tell you it's OK to format or re-partition the Bad Device, do not listen to them.
- You will risk permanent data loss if you do not heed these warnings. If you already have made one of these mistakes, don't worry. Just don't make any more changes to the Bad Device. And even if Data Recovery Wizard can't detect your Bad Device, all is not lost. If your Bad Device is HDD, which is not detectable by computer's BIOS. It's URGENT for you to turn off the power of the device immediately! You will not be able to recover the device with any commercially available utilities, and you should consult a professional data recovery service provider.
- Install Data Recovery Wizard on a healthy Windows machine without the drive attached you want to recover from. Make sure you have sufficient space on the "good drive" for storing the recovered data. The machine you are running Data Recovery Wizard on can have any of the following operating systems: Windows95/98/ME, Windows NT, W2K, Windows XP, Windows 2003.
- Shut down the computer and attach the drive you want to recover from ("bad drive") as a 2nd drive .You might need to jumper it differently. Make sure it is recognized correctly by theBIOS when starting up the computer.
- You can contact the drive manufacturer for assistance with installing their drive as a slave (secondary) device. Be sure that the primary drive is loading Windows.
- Start Data Recovery Wizard. Please select data recovery mode: "DeletedRecovery", or "FormatRecovery", or "AdvancedRecovery", or "RawRecovery", or "ResumeRecovery".
- Choose "DeletedRecovery " if you want to recover files that were intentionally (or accidentally) deleted.
- Choose "FormatRecovery " if you want to recover files on the formatted partition.
- When Data Recovery has completed and you are ready to copy the recovered files over to the "good drive"never copy the recovered files to the bad drive.
- After copying all desired files shut down the computer and remove the "bad drive". Store the "bad drive" at a safe location.