Crashed hard drive recovery is perhaps the ultimate example of a catch 22 situation in the information technology world. The problem begins when we attempt to start up a desktop or laptop Windows based PC and instead of seeing the Windows logo or welcome screen are met with a blue or black error screen message. The message tells us that important files needed to start up our computer and grant access to other files on the hard drive have been corrupted and are now missing.
After being told the files are missing from the hard drive, we are instructed to replace them. But we cannot replace them unless the computer will load up and give us access to the hard drive. But the hard drive will not boot up because of missing files. Hence you see why we reference this as the famous catch 22 scenario. We can solve this problem by using powerful hard disk data recovery software such as that offered by Remo Software. Remo has a complete suite of data recovery tools available.
If you have recently noticed files missing from your computer hard disk drive or other digital media storage device connected to your computer the loss of these files may not be due to a mistake on your part. Very often simple transfer of files results in file recognition headers been lost and the file area been marked as deleted. Whether your missing files were accidentally deleted due to human error or whether you simply attempted to start up your computer and were greeted with a Windows blue error screen telling you that essential files were missing for basically no reason at all the solution and a means to recover data remains the same.
Quality programs for deleted files recovery are now available from Remo Software. These programs available for all different computer types and operating systems allow even the most inexperienced computer user to quickly and easily locate and recover lost files.
Before you purchase any photo recovery tool take a good look at the type of files that software supports. Almost any file recovery tool can search through a computer hard drive and locate simple image files such as jpegs. When these file types are accidentally deleted the file information remains intact on your hard drive or other digital media. It is a very simple task to use a file recovery program to scan for and locate these popular file types. But most photo recovery must be attempted on the SD card digital media in which the photo file was originally stored. And chances are that photo file will be in its original RAW file format.
RAW file types are almost always unique to each camera manufacturer. Actually better camera manufacturers such as Canon and Nikon use several different file types. Any program to recover deleted photos from SD card media worth purchasing must list your camera type as being supported.