Do you need unformat software for hard drive data recovery on Windows 8? I think everybody has ever mistakenly reformat hard disk drive on Windows 8 computer or other Windows computer. However, the difference is that somebody finds a good solution for data recovery after reformat any drive on Windows 8, while somebody loses all data permanently without a useful solution. If you do not want to lose any data anymore after format hard drive on Windows 8, you can use an unformat program that is able to work on Windows 8 operating system.
Unformat Software Download for Windows 8 Hard Drive Recovery
This unformat software allows you to unformat hard drive on Windows 8 by with 3 simple steps: Scan =>> Preview =>> Recover
You might mistakenly reformat hard disk drive on Windows 8 operating system sometimes. As a matter of fact, reformatting does not cause any hurt to the hard drive, but it only erase everything stored on the disk drive. It seems impossible to undo format once you confirm to reformat the hard drive on your computer running Windows 8 operating system, but there is chance of data recovery by using iCare Data Recovery.
When referring to data loss, many people know that virus infection is a common reason for file loss on any storage media. When hard drive is infected with virus on Windows 8, you might reformat the hard drive in order to remove all viruses. Somebody would like to full format a hard drive in order to erase viruses because they believe that full format is able to erase everything on the hard drive permanently. However, the problem is that all data is erased due to formatting, but the virus is still on the hard drive. As a matter of fact, full format neither erases all viruses nor deletes all data permanently. You should run antivirus software instead of reformatting the hard drive in order to erase viruses on Windows 8. If you have reformatted hard drive after virus infection, you can rely on iCare Data Recovery to unformat the disk drive as long as the previous data is not corrupted by virus.
When you add a new hard drive to your computer, you need to format disk drive to make it work normally. However, Windows 8 will alert error message like disk drive is not formatted do you want to format it now. It seems like that the hard drive becomes an unformatted drive where you need to format it if you want to access it. If you receive the similar error message on Windows 8 or any Windows operating system, you do not need to reformat the hard drive if you want to get back previous data. Any operation on this unformatted hard drive does no help for data recovery, but it might cause further data loss.
NTFS refers to the file system of hard disk drive. Usually, you can format a hard disk drive into NTFS file system or FAT32 file system on Windows 8 operating system. iCare Data Recovery if available for data recovery from NTFS partition whether you format it by mistake or due to other reasons on Windows 8.
FAT32 is another file system that is compatible with Windows 8 operating system. In addition to hard disk drive, many removable disks like memory card, pen drive and more also have FAT32 file system. iCare Data Recovery is also able to unformat FAT32 partition on Windows 8. This software supports reformatted hard drive or removable hard disk data recovery.
Nowadays, you may find different kinds o f hard drives. Generally speaking, a hard drive is compatible with any Windows computer. It does not matter why you reformat a hard drive on Windows 8, you can use iCare Data Recovery to unformat the disk drive before overwriting the previous files by adding any new file:
In a word, iCare Data Recovery software supports all brands of hard disk drives including popular brands of hard drives and generic hard drives when you perform quick format or full format due to any reason on Windows 8.
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