“It was on the last week that I upgraded my OS to Windows 10. Before this upgrading, my system used to restart several times in a day. It is one of the reasons why I upgraded to Windows 10. But, this situation continued even after the up-gradation. Last day, I couldn’t able to see even the booting of the OS on my PC. I discussed this issue with my friends who are working in computer industry. Most of those people had either of these opinions, i.e., I am using a faulty BIOS or my hard drive got failed. I had replaced my BIOS chip two months back. So, chances for BIOS corruption is less, and I am sure, my hard drive has become failed. It was almost more than 100 GB of data stored in different drives on that hard drive. I am only concerned about those files. I know that there are powerful tools which are capable of performing Windows 10 failed hard drive recovery. If anyone of you can suggest any reliable tools from that category, then I will be very thankful to you. I am using a WD SATA hard drive of 250 GB.”
Since you are certain about it is an issue with hard drive failure, then don’t worry about the data which reside in it. You can use one of the most reliable tools like Iomega Data Recovery tool to recover data from Windows 10 failed hard drive. By hearing the name of this tool, some of you may think that Iomega external hard drive failure data recovery as the only target of this tool. In fact, you can use this tool for the recovery of data from both internal and external hard drives popular brands without any issue. But before knowing how to use these kinds of tools, you have to know some reasons for hard drive failure. If you go through the following list, you can understand some possible causes behind a hard drive failure which can happen in a Windows environment.
This recovery software will be extremely useful for you if your Windows 10 hard drive has failed due to any kinds of logical failures. This tool works smoothly on different types of internal hard drives like SATA, IDE, etc. All the popular Windows and Mac file systems are supported by this tool along with Windows 10’s default one, NTFS. You can preview recovered files using the demo version of this tool. If it met up with your recovery needs you can purchase the full version of this tool to save those recovered files.
Note: Iomega StorCenter is a popular network storage model used on these days. These drives can be used for personal cloud storage as well as for small businesses. Even data got lost from these drives, there is no problem, since tools such as Iomega Data Recovery tool is available for such a purpose.
Step 1: Download, and install free version of Iomega Data Recovery Tool on your computer. Connect Iomega hard drive to the system, in which the software has been installed. Run the software and choose "Recover Partiitons" option from the main screen as shown in Figure 1. Then, choose the Iomega drive from the list of available drives, and click Scan button to initiate scanning.
Figure 1: Main Screen
Step 2: The software now scans the Iomega hard disk to find all it's partitions that are present now, and the ones which are deleted/lost. Once scanning is completed, a list of found partitions are displayed on the screen. Now, choose the partition of Iomega hard disk from where files has to be recovered, and hit Scan button to start the recovery process.
Figure 2: Select Iomega Drive Partition
Step 3: Upon the completion of scanning process, a list of recovered files are displayed. You can view the recovered files in Data View, and File Type View.
Figure 3: Recovered Files in Data View & File Type View
Step 4: Lastly, preview the recovered files and save them in any desirable location
Figure 4: Save Recovered Data