Overview

There are many situations in which you may end up losing data from hard drives. For instance, severe corruption in the hard drive can make it RAW/inaccessible and lead to data loss. In other cases, formatting or incorrectly partitioning a hard drive may be the cause. Even virus/malware or third party partitioning tools can cause issues and lead to data loss.

No matter what the situation, SFWare hard drive recovery tool is the best choice. The software makes use of the fact that data still remains on the hard drive after format or partitioning. It's algorithms crawl through every sector of the hard drive, finds the lost data and recovers them.

SFWare, a simple solution to even the most complex hard drive data loss situations like corruption, bad sectors or improper partitioning. From recovering deleted files to creating disk images, the tool is perfect for hard drive recovery! Download Now!

Features And Scenarios

SFWare Hard Drive Recovery tool:

Hard Drive Data Loss Scenarios:

Why choose SFWare Hard Drive Recovery?

SFWare hard drive recovery tool offers the best way to recover data from hard drives. It works when your hard drive is displaying corrupt error messages, shows RAW in disk management, or turned inaccessible. Plus, it also recovers data when you have formatted/re-formatted your hard drives.

With fast and efficient scanning techniques, SFWare dives into each and every sector of your drive to find lost files. Once scanning completes, it identifies and recovers all kinds of files using unique signatures.

Being a highly compatible tool, SFWare supports recovery from both internal & external hard drives, and also other storage devices like USB flash drives, SD cards, iPods etc.

System Requirements

Steps to Perform Hard Drive Recovery

Now you have successfully recovered deleted or lost files from Windows or Mac SSD. If you have missed to select any files to recover, you can restart the recovery session by using the open recovery session option.


Main Screen - Fig 1
Select Physical Drive - Fig 2
Recovery Scanning - Fig 3
Preview Recovered Files - Fig 4

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