Nov.2, 2016—iCare Recovery received a feedback from a user called Harry who had used iCare Data Recovery Pro to recover all family photos covering years of memories from an older Hitachi external hard drive that refused to cooperate:
I just wanted to share my experience of iCare Data Recovery 7.9.0 I had an older Hitachi External Hard Drive that refused to co-operate. I had to jump through a bunch of hoops to get an old Windows XP laptop to eventually recognise it but still no sign of my data (family photos covering years of memories)...I searched the web and found the iCare Recovery Software and low and behold it found ALL my missing data!! I can't thank these guys enough! Awesome product & an awesome outcome....THANKS...
I hereby give permission to iCare Recovery to use my words as a satisfied user.
Have a great day!"
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Your Hitachi external hard drive also refuses to cooperate when you try to read or access it on your Windows computer? However, you do also save not only family photos, and also business world/ppt/excel documents, favorite music, interesting videos, apps, games and the like information inside this Hitachi drive and need to recover them all back? OK! Like the above user, Harry, go try it on another computer with different USB cable or USB ports and see whether it is still able to be detected there.
Honestly, if your old or new Hitachi USB hard drive still could be recognized on any other computer, your desired favorite songs, files and documents are possible to be found back with the help of Hitachi USB hard drive file recovery software, like iCare Data Recovery Pro.
Overall, once your Hitachi portable hard drive shows up in Disk Management or My Computer of your PC, merely download iCare Data Recovery Pro to see whether you can recover lost Hitachi hard drive files back:
When your external hard drive refuses to cooperate on your PC, there are often two possible reasons behind. Firstly, your original hard drive is physically corrupted and could not be recognized on this PC. And, it is also possible that your computer gets problems, like damaged computer USB ports, corrupted or outdated computer operating system, etc, and could not read the plunged external storage device well. However, no matter which one of the reasons are more possible for your Hitachi USB hard disk, the thing you are supposed to do is to try this damaged USB hard drive on another computer. If your drive is really seriously corrupted or failed, it often will not be read well there. However, oppositely, it will be detected and shown effectively there. And, of course, if such drive refusing to cooperate problem is caused by the computer problems, when you read it on a different PC, you will also smoothly access it on another computer. So, when your USB hard drive also could not be recognized well on one computer, do not rush to give up. Just try to read it on another computer and see whether you get chances to rescue lost drive data there.
No matter why your USB hard drive refuses to cooperate on your PC, like Harry, you’d better also try to read it on a computer with Windows XP, 7, 8, 10 or the like operating systems used so that you can directly download and run iCare Data Recovery pro there to rescue your left drive information. Why? The iCare Data Recovery Pro could be used under all versions of Windows OS environments, but, have not offered any Mac version yet. Hence, always use it on Windows computer. But, if you really need to retrieve data from external drive that is used on a Mac PC, do not worry. Plunge it to your Windows PC and open iiCare software to see whether the reserved drive files are all recoverable.