Jul.26, 2016—iCare Recovery received a feedback from an iCare Data Recovery Pro user called Daniel who had used iCare software to recover lost files from accountant hard drive that has failed without data backups:
"We had our accountants hard drive fail, she didnt backup Quickbooks data files. It was a mess, we tried all the other products and they didnt work. iCare was able to bring back her data and we are very pleased that we could do so. thank you iCare Team"
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If your computer hard drive also seems to fail and no original hard drive content could be accessed or rescued back, just like the above iCare Data Recovery Pro user, do not panic! In such cases, as long as your "failed" hard disk gets no real mechanical damage, you are able to recover lost drive data back on your own. What you need is only some hard drive file recovery software, just like iCare Data Recovery Pro which allows all people to scan recognizable drive deeply and retrieve all recoverable information back.
Here, go read more related failed hard drive data loss troubles and learn to take lost data back step by step with the help of iCare Data Recovery Pro:
"Hello. My Toshiba hard drive was beginning to fail on my Samsung computer and I just got a black screen and an error message saying: 'disk error, press ctrl + alt+delete to restart' Does it mean my hard drive has failed? Is there anyone that can offer me a way to access and recover failed hard drive files? Any original drive files could be all right, like some Word files, PDF files or some videos. Thanks!"
"Hi! Do you have any plan to recover failed hard drive? Honestly, my WD hard drive used on a HP computer probably failed and could not be used for unsupported file system issue. It also keeps requiring to format every time I tried to click it in Disk Management. But, much data and files are still reserved inside this hard drive. How to perform failed hard drive data recovery right now? Many thanks for any help."
"Seagate hard drive is probably going to fail and I have planed to replace it soon with another new SSD. However, before removing it out from my Windows 7 computer, I was wondering to do a data recovery scan there and take all important files back at first. You get any idea to recover data from failed drive? What am I supposed to do now? Thanks!"
Generally speaking, the completely failed hard drive often cannot be used or recognized on any computer and inner drive files are also gone permanently. Is your hard drive also unrecognized on any computer or machine now? If not, do not rush to give up any hope and download iCare Data Recovery Pro to scan your failed drive. Honestly, as long as this drive is not mechanically damaged, you get chances to recover lost hard drive files, films, songs, documents, mails, photos and files back with its Deep Scan Recovery mode.
Here are simple steps for you to retrieve failed hard drive data as possible as you can with iCare Data Recovery Pro:
Step1. Download and launch iCare Data Recovery Pro on your PC.
Step2. Choose Deep Scan Recovery mode to perform a through scan on your failed hard disk.
Step3. Preview the listed files, photos and documents and select good ones out.
Step4. Save all retrieved information to computer disks, external drives or storage devices well.
*Go try the free trial version to see whether this software help scan most or even all of your lost failed drive contents and whether they all are able to be previewed successfully before any purchase.
*Go select a different storage device, not this possibly failed hard disk, to hold all restored information in case of data recovery fails.
*Go arrange more storage devices to prepare hard drive data backups well in case of similar data loss troubles from now on.