Recover Bad Hard Drive on Windows 10

Use this Hard Drive Recovery Software to get back your data from bad Windows 10 hard drive. Free download the software on your Windows and launch it. Now, select the bad drive and click Scan button. It scans the drive and recovers all your data in few minutes. It then, displays the list of recovered files even before you purchase the license. Download and try now for free!!!

Windows 10 is the latest operating system that has been released by Microsoft Inc on July 29th 2015. It has many advanced features when compared to previous Windows versions. Some of the added features of Windows 10 include search improvements, contains windowed modern Apps and snap assist, task view and virtual desktop includes Xbox, freely available, etc. These features are not present in the earlier versions of Windows OS. So, many users prefer Windows 10 in their desktops as well as in laptops.

You might have upgraded your Windows OS to Windows 10, but the hard drive remains same. As the hard drive gets older and older, your Windows 10 hard drive may turn into a bad state, which further may stop working in a short span of time. A bad hard disk stops working i.e., it won’t allow your computer to boot Windows 10 operating system or you won’t be able to access any files from a bad hard drive. However, you can restore data from a bad hard drive on Windows 10 by using the reliable data recovery tool like the RAW Partition Recovery program. You can even make use of this software for recovering data from a Windows 8 partition.

Windows 10 hard drive which is in a bad working state show the following mentioned symptoms before it stops working. Few of them are listed below:

Reduced Access Speed: At some point in time, you may find the speed of your computer has been reduced, due to which it takes a lot of time to access files from the hard drive. Also when you start your system, it may take a longer time to boot up your operating system.

Hanging of System: Your computer may hang instantly and it does nothing when you turn it on. Sometimes, your computer may turn on for a couple of minutes and later it may turn off by itself.

Screen Freeze: You may experience some sort of loud clicking sound along with irregular screen freeze on your Windows 10 computer and it may display different error messages.

Therefore, it is suggested to take a complete backup of your hard drive data whenever you come across any of these symptoms, in order to avoid data loss. Usually, the hard drive becomes bad due to a number of reasons. Few common reasons behind the bad working state of Windows 10 hard drive are frequent power surges, crash of read or write head, software conflicts, running the computer for a longer duration causing vibration or excess of heat, bad USB drivers, hardware issues, corruption in the hard drive, file system corruption, etc.

Tool to restore data from a bad hard drive on Windows 10:

What will you do, if you don’t have a backup of the hard drive data and come across a bad working state of your Windows 10 hard disk? Don’t get tensed, just relax, irrespective of the reasons behind a bad hard drive, you can easily restore data from a bad hard drive on Windows 10 system with the help of RAW Partition Recovery software within a few couples of clicks. It uses advanced scanning technology to perform a scan and recover files from the bad hard disk on Windows 10. This software is proficient enough to get back data from a RAW file system on Windows 8, and other Windows operating system versions.

Unique features of this tool:

  • The demo version of this software is available for free download, using which you can evaluate the chance of data recovery from Windows 10 bad HDD.
  • This software can be used to retrieve files damaged partition of Windows hard drive with ease. If you want to know complete details about how to get back data from damaged partition, follow this link
  • The demo version, after scanning and recovering files from the bad hard disk, allows you to preview the recovered files in File Type View or Data View. It recovers more than 300 types of files in few couple of clicks.
  • It also allows you to save entire data recovery process by providing you an option “Save Recovery Session”, which you can resume it after purchasing the full version. “Save Recovery Session” helps you to avoid rescanning of the bad hard drive after purchasing the complete edition of the tool.
  • In the full edition, there is an option called “Open Recovery Session”, using which you can resume with the saved recovery session and so you can save your time, as you do not have to rescan your hard drive.
  • It can retrieve files from the bad hard disk on Windows 10 and other versions of Windows OS like Windows 10, 8, 7, Vista, XP, server 2003 and 2008, etc.
  • With the help of this tool, you can even recover data from a formatted partition with utmost ease.

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Steps to Recover Files from Bad Hard Drive on Windows 10?

Step 1 - For recovering files from a bad hard drive on Windows 10, first you need to download and install the RAW Partition Recovery application. After that, launch the tool and select “Recover Drives ” option from the main Window.

Restore Data from Bad Hard Drive on Windows 10 - Main Window

Fig 1: Main Window

Step 2 – From the next screen you have to select “Partition Recovery” option to restore data from bad hard drive as shown in Figure 2.

Restore Data from Bad Hard Drive on Windows 10 - Select Partition Recovery

Fig 2: Select Partition Recovery

Step 3 – Now, choose the bad Partition and click on the "Next" to start scanning as shown in Figure 3.

Restore Data from Bad Hard Drive on Windows 10 - Select Bad Partition

Fig 3: Select Bad Partition

Step 4 – Once the recovery is done, you can preview recovered data using the "Preview" option.

Restore Data from Bad Hard Drive on Windows 10 - Preview Recovered Images

Fig 4: Preview Recovered Data

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