Hard drives since inception have been known to be store houses for data that are highly prone to failure. Despite all the advances made in the field of hard drive, which includes very high storage capacity in very small space, reduced pricing, reduction in problems occurring due to hard drives, it has still not been possible to completely get rid of hard drive failure and data loss occurring due to such failure.
That is why, the need for hard drive data recovery has been felt greatly. To make that possible, a good number of reliable hard drive recovery software has been felt since long.
Hard drives fail due to various reasons, though in most of the cases, the user does get some warning signs before your hard drive fails. Some of these include:
•System is very slow
•You might encounter the BSOD ( Blue Screen of Death ) or some Stop error message.
•Files saved at a location may not be available
•The system may freeze often
•System stops responding at the time of boot up
•System refuses to boot
One should always test to find out if these errors have been caused by hard drive failure. To analyze this, one should:
•check the hard drive controllers and the power cable
•ensure that the Basic Input/Output System (BIOS) detects the hard drive
•check the consistency and integrity of the drive using disk repair utilities
•scan the hard drive for boot viruses
In case the system files, or the data structure or the file system is corrupt, then you will have to recover data using backup. In such data loss situations, backups are the most vital tools in the hand of the user.
However, if you do not have a backup, or the backup is not complete, or worse, doesn't work, then you have to opt for a hard drive recovery software. These are third-party software that perform recovery after any data loss instance. With powerful recovery algorithms, these software recover data by scanning every single sector of the hard drive.
Stellar Information Systems Ltd., has a large number of hard drive recovery software that recover inaccessible data from the hard drive and have been designed keeping the need of the operating system on which they have to be installed. With read-only nature, simple graphical user interface, a detailed help manual, and ease of use, the software are quite user friendly.
Analyzing Hard Drive Failure and Performing Data R