Recover Data from Western Digital HDD

Nowadays, WD has become more and more popular among the PC users as well as businessmen for its large storage capacity and portability. If you are one of them who have lost their important data from western digital drive then do not worry as you have Recover WD tool which can easily restore data from Western Digital hard disk. Among various software, this is one of the most advanced Western Digital data recovery tools that provides you an excellent solution to retrieve data from WD hard drive. However, it is assumed that WD is a safe and secure medium of data storage but still there are many occasions where you can lose data from your WD hard drive.

WD is an external hard drive which is used to backup important data and easy to carry from one computer to other. If you use WD on different systems, then chances of corruption of this storage device becomes very high, due to virus infection. Once, your WD hard drive is corrupted, all the data dwelling on that drive becomes inaccessible. There is no need to get tensed as with the aid of recover WD software, one can easily recover data from Western Digital that too at your fingertips. It is the best app to perform WD portable hard disk data recovery effectively.

Accidental deletion of data from WD is yet another reason where your data is lost. This incident generally takes place in hurriedness, when you want to delete some useless files or folders, but you end up in selection of wrong folders then it is deleted from your storage medium. Most of the users think that data deleted in this way cannot be recovered but this type of assumption only shows the lack of knowledge of users about data recovery tool. But, Recover WD is a well- known Western Digital data Recovery tools that can restore data from Western Digital hard drive within few easy steps. This is a tool which is developed with the intention to recover data from Western Digital very easily. It supports data recovery from all types of WD models like WD Velociraptor, Passport and many more. You can gain more information by navigating:

If there are any bad sectors present on your hard drive, then you will not be able to access data housing those sectors. Thus, your data becomes inaccessible due to this problem. Such type of bad sector takes place due to software issues for example your computer suddenly shuts down due to power outage in the middle of read write process, then it makes sector damaged and Operating system could not read data from it.

Irrespective of data loss scenario, you can know how to recover data from WD hard drive with the use of Western Digital Data Recovery Tools like Recover WD. This tool is useful in recovery of data from hard drives having different file systems like NTFS5, NTFS, FAT, ExFAT, FAT 32 and many more.  You can recover data from external hard drive, USB drives, flash memory card and memory stick with this utility. It has a very strong algorithm which scans whole hard disk in just a couple of seconds and can recover data from it. It can easily recover data from crashed hard drive. To know how to recover data from crashed hard drive visit here:

Steps to use Western Digital Data Recovery Tools:

Step 1: Download and install the software. After this launch the tool and select "Recover Files" option from main screen as shown in figure 1.

Western Digital Data Recovery Tools - Main Screen

Figure 1: Main Screen

Step 2: In the second screen, user needs to select any one of the two option to recover data from WD HDD as shown in figure 1.

Western Digital Data Recovery Tools - Select Appropriate Option

Figure 2: Select Appropriate Option

Step 3: Select the WD hard drive from the list of logical drives as shown in figure 3.

Western Digital Data Recovery Tools - Select WD HDD

Figure 3: Select WD HDD

Step 4: Once the recovery process is over, you can preview the recovered files as shown in figure 4.

Western Digital Data Recovery Tools - Preview Recovered Data

Figure 4: Preview Recovered Data

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