How do I do a GPT hard drive recovery when 3TB hard drive partition turned RAW and it is unable to access GPT disk partition because the external or internal gpt hard drive turned to RAW file system and 0 bytes in used/free space? It only needs 3 steps.
3tb, 4tb or 12tb GPT Hard drive showed 0 bytes in capacity with file system raw and might also ask a reformat.
Never believe that you can fix the raw gpt disk by converting RAW file system to NTFS since formatting will erase all data. What you should do is to perform GPT disk recovery by using iCare Data Recovery Pro. This data recovery software could deep scan RAW disk drive with harm-free scanning by the following steps:
Step1. Download and install iCare Data Recovery on your computer. Run the software and choose a 'Deep Scan Recovery' scan mode.
Step2. Select the RAW partition and let the software scan it.
Step3. Preview the lost files and save them to another partition.
Video - how to repair raw gpt hard drive file system format
For all cases about, you can rely on iCare Data Recovery to perform data recovery from the RAW disk.
GPT, namely GUID Partition Table, is partion table of hard disk which is larger than 2TB. GPT disk is availalbe in both Windows computer and Mac computer.
When gpt disk cannot be formatted by disk management or format tools, you may read the following article to get a solution.
Along with demand for data storage, today’s hard disk and external hard drive have much larger capacity. Traditional MBR only supports maximum addressable storage space of a hard disk or external hard drive to 2TB. When the capacity of disk is more than 2TB, MBR is replaced by GPT (GUID Partition Table).
In order to perform GPT disk recovery for 3TB raw hard drive partition, you should prevent the hard drive from being physically damaged. iCare Data Recovery enables you to restore files from all brands of hard drive or external HDD when it is in RAW format, including Seagate, Western Digital, Samsung, Toshiba, Sony, Hitachi, SanDisk, etc. Free download the software.
Last updated on Aug 30, 2021