How To Use 7 Basic Steps To Perform A Windows Data Recovery

May 14, 2018

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In our computerized world, there are a lot of horror stories out in our world when it comes to retrieving this data. In lots of situations, when there is lost data because of hard drive issues, it is almost critical to not run the drive.

Are there many people using software to recover data?

Many people who have used software to recover the data and because it can be a long process with the program, more damage can occur. In order to prevent this, here are some steps on how to perform a windows data recovery.

What are the 7 steps? They are:

1) Shut down the computer, and then find another computer that is running Windows 2000 or XP. Then download your computer recovery software onto the second computer, and go back to the computer you were on and remove the hard drive from it.
But before that it is a good idea to make an image of your whole drive with a disk imaging software. Do these before you decide to start work on the drive.

There are chances your drive may not ever work on your computer again. The procedure that you are about to learn will help prevent you leaving being important data without knowing it. Inadequate software can be the cause of what is called "feather" damage to your drive. Then after that take the hard drive and install it on the second computer as a data drive.

2) Laptop computer hard drive can be connected to your desktop computer with an adapter. If you want to have cheap data recovery because your recovery software does not work with USB, but you are capable of using the IDE, you only need a 44 to 40 pin IDE adapter.

These is just affordable, it only cost you around ten to twenty dollars. It's available at most leading stores that carry supplies for computers. Make it sure that your windows program does not use the "check disk" utility to repair the drive.

3) Use the data recovery program to run your windows data recovery on the second computer you are using. Immediately shut down your computer if you are only using one computer. With the second step of your windows data recovery, you are still going to remove the hard drive of this computer.

4) And then install a new drive, reinstall windows and use your recovery software on it, just take safety precautions, because many people used software to recover data but because, it takes you time to process the program, more damage can occur, just be careful with this.

When the drive becomes more damaged, it can make the recovery process almost impossible. The recovery software does serve its purposes when you can afford to bring your drive to a professional recovery service.

5) Then use your recovery software to recover the data to your new hard drive. But Make sure that the windows "check disk" utility program does not try to repair the drive when it is booted.

6) Make sure that you recover your data completely, if you want your windows data recovery run smoothly as possible, make it sure that you protect your file.

7) In order to protect your file, once you have installed and downloaded the recovery program onto your computer, you can use it to search for files that you can not find and recover them to another drive that is on your computer.

What are the items you need?

USB external drive, memory stick, and network-shared folder These are some items that you can use to store your files.

In conclusion, performing a windows data recovery is simple and easy to do provided you know how to do it. I believe with the right tools and practice you can perform any kind of windows data recovery with a breeze.

Therefore, Eddy has started a information guide on how to help any level of computer users to manage their data recovery process with ease and also recommend some tips and techniques in data recovery.

19 Comments

  • Siok Oey May 14, 2018 at 9:27 pm

    I ve hemorragic stroke march 16,2017. Last year. Coma. Bleed about 4 cm? Im still dont understand thd doctor said. So she did nothing to me. She said the blood will absorp to your body. I ve short memory lost smtimes. And still having headaches several times and so weak.

  • narain das May 14, 2018 at 9:27 pm

    My father had gone through aneurysm coiling and then shunt procedure for hydrocephalus .
    His cognition has improved after VP shunt but still his tongue movement is very less and jaw movement very restricted .
    He is on peg pipe feed still after 10 months for all his diet requirements and unable to chew ,swallow . Will any good effective treatment for dysphagia help relieve patient condition. Patient does not bring out the tongue properly in speech therapist sessions . Any good tips will be highly appreciated to bring patient recovery out of this critical juncture after aneurysm rupture from the experiences so far. Thanx .

  • Enrique Rick Ramirez May 14, 2018 at 9:27 pm

    l Had A Brain Aneurysm Rupture On 12/17/16, With My Recovery There's Issues With My Memory, Will I Gain My Memory Back…

  • David Ford May 14, 2018 at 9:27 pm

    I had a brain aneurysm rupture several years ago, all I recall was walking into the living room with my wife and falling backwards.. I then woke up in the hospital I thought like the next day or same night, come to find out it was almost a month later.. I was completely flabbergasted and couldn't understand what had happened.. It took the doc's and my family prolly a week or so explaining it to me daily what was going on and where I was.. I still struggle with memory issues and fatigue to this day, it is NOT easy or a joke….

  • Manuel K May 14, 2018 at 9:27 pm

    my mom has been diagnosed with a giant aneurysm, im really scared

  • Sherry Guy May 14, 2018 at 9:27 pm

    My uncle was found on the side of the in Nashville TN last night by two wonderful officers who saved his life. He us in the hospital fighting to live. He has a total of 5 aneurysm. I pray he makes it through.

  • David Barban May 14, 2018 at 9:27 pm

    I had two ruptured aneurysms at the age of 5 (1969). I think your presentation is very good. Thanks for doing it.

  • magnolia70763 May 14, 2018 at 9:27 pm

    I AM SO SORRY FOR THE PASSING OF YOUR COUSIN,I HAD A ANEURYSM 15 YEARS AGO,THE DOCTORS SAID TO ME ALSO THAT YOU CAN BE BORN WITH A WEAKNESS,BUT I HAD HYPERTENSION WHICH MADE IT RUPTURE.MAY YOU FIND SOLACE AND COMFORT IN YOR LOVED ONES AT THIS DIFFICULT TIME .GOD BLESS YOU.

  • MillerMooseMan May 14, 2018 at 9:27 pm

    The doctor said my Dad would have been 99% disabled if he had ever recovered so in some way it may have sadly been the best outcome for him. But understand, not everybody recovers. I wish anybody in the future to have a relative affected by a ruptured brain aneurysm the best of luck 🙂 Stay positive

  • MillerMooseMan May 14, 2018 at 9:27 pm

    My Dad was doing training for his new work a couple hundred miles away from home, He collapsed in the street while walking to his accommodation with his work friend. When he got to the hospital he was scanned, and it was found that he had suffered a major Subarachnoid haemorrhage caused by a ruptured brain aneurysm. After about a week of intensive care, it was found that he had no hope of recovery. During that week, this video helped me understand and re-assure me that there was a chance.

  • Larz Ricondo May 14, 2018 at 9:27 pm

    idk if it was tears of joy or if it was tears of frustration. they are going to start speech therapy today. im just worried if his life will go back to what it used to be. i would hate to see him struggle for the rest of his life due to this.

  • Larz Ricondo May 14, 2018 at 9:27 pm

    my brother had a aneurysm over a week ago. since then, he has been operated on twice. the doc says that the aneurysm has been removed and they say he should recover 100%. at the moment, he can speak, but it does take him a moment or two to give a answer. he remembers names, a inside joke between him and i and other things. he does have some memory loss. he thinks i am 20 when i am really 23, he thinks his car is green when its white. he did cry when i visited him yesterday.

  • Larz Ricondo May 14, 2018 at 9:27 pm

    my brother had a aneurysm over a week ago. since then, he has been operated on twice. the doc says that the aneurysm has been removed and they say he should recover 100%. at the moment, he can speak, but it does take him a moment or two to give a answer. he remembers names, a inside joke between him and i and other things. he does have some memory loss. he thinks i am 20 when i am really 23, he thinks his car is green when its white. he did cry when i visited him yesterday.

  • Larz Ricondo May 14, 2018 at 9:27 pm

    my brother had a aneurysm over a week ago. since then, he has been operated on twice. the doc says that the aneurysm has been removed and they say he should recover 100%. at the moment, he can speak, but it does take him a moment or two to give a answer. he remembers names, a inside joke between him and i and other things. he does have some memory loss. he thinks i am 20 when i am really 23, he thinks his car is green when its white. he did cry when i visited him yesterday.

  • alex kaplan May 14, 2018 at 9:27 pm

    i had a rupture aneurysm when i was 10 years old and was bleeding for 2 hours in the brian, i had no problem when i got out of the hospital and i am fine now playing soccer in high school basket ball, and ultimate frisbee and snowboarding and every thin i used to do

  • JL Taylor May 14, 2018 at 9:27 pm

    OMG! My daughter and I (both had brain aneurysms) are in this video!

  • JL Taylor May 14, 2018 at 9:27 pm

    Dr. Chris Ogilvy was my brain surgeon and hero!!!

  • barbara evans May 14, 2018 at 9:27 pm

    This was what I was dealing with 6 years ago, when I had a rupture while the doctors were operating on me. I suffered a stroke, don't remember until 6 weeks post surgery, had expressive aphasia (lacking of speaking), right sided weakness, cognitive deficits, and was out there praying to God for recovery. I went to speech therapy, physical and occupational therapy. I finally went back to work last year, when the doctors had the medicine worked out. I am very grateful to everyone.

  • TheKeremos May 14, 2018 at 9:27 pm

    i survived with bells on lol and i got 9 and have had heaps of surgery starting 9yrs ago when 1 burst.till then was unaware had any.may still be more op,s in future but thems the breaks.feel very lucky that health care in new zealand free and we have such good dr`s.i know everything in video but didn,t know anything but what i was told once and dearly would have liked access to video,s such as this.am male 45 and have never been over wieght but was and am a heavey smoker,to my shame

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