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My Seagate hard drive file system turned into RAW in this morning. I just could not access anything inside this drive without formatting process. But, I also worry perhaps the immediate formatting process will also erase everything inside this hard drive. Am I right? What can I do to rescue my drive files before formatting this RAW drive to NTFS? Any idea or suggestion here will be greatly appreciated! Thanks!
From my understanding, the RAW file system external hard disk often can be fixed by simple formatting process. However, before any format, in case of losing anything important inside, it is also necessary to recover data out from this RAW file system drive at first.
Therefore, from now on, avoid ending losing everything crucial, stop adding fresh data on this drive and also apply drive data recovery software to scan this drive as soon as possible.
Generally, as long as these left original drive files are not corrupted or rewritten, you often get high chances to take them back with success.
Hope your situation is not too bad yet.
Posted on Oct 08, 2015
Well, in your case, if you do have prepared a drive data backup in advance, you can avoid many data recovery troubles and directly copy all your needed drive stuffs back. Therefore, after rescuing all your drive data back, just learn a valuable lesson to make drive data backups well all the time in the future.
But, now, to take your preferred drive stuffs back, do not format this drive and also save nothing else on this drive. Simply connect it to your PC and start RAW drive data recovery software to scan this drive and see how much your original drive data is still recoverable.
Here is an article for you to know more data recovery stuff:
Posted on Nov 17, 2014
Need to know detailed steps to get your RAW drive stuffs back?
OK! Here is a RAW drive data recovery video tutorial that can tell you to rescue your drive files back in details:
Carefully follow its steps and try to take your drive stuffs back as many as possible.
Posted on Nov 14, 2014
In your case, in order to successfully rescue your files, you'd better never format this drive till you've rescued everything back.
What you are supposed to do right now is to plunge it to your PC and find efficient data recovery software to take your drive stuffs back.
Have any idea about RAW drive data recovery software? If not, don't worry! You also can take chances with the below ones:
RAW external hard drive file recovery
Learn how to deal with RAW drive
Hope these articles can help you out.
Posted on Nov 13, 2014
Yes, you are right the blind formatting process can cause Seagate drive file loss problems. So, as you've done, do not format this drive temporarily and connect this drive to your PC to see whether efficient RAW drive data recovery software can help you get your needed files back with ease, like:
Note: Save nothing else on this drive before data recovery.
Save all restored drive data on computer partitions in case of data recovery failures.
And also prepare hard dive data backups well all the time to avoid data loss troubles in the future.
Posted on Nov 12, 2014
Well in this case i suppose you need backup help and for that technical people can better guide you.
Posted on Nov 07, 2014
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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