"How do I unformat WD external HDD HFS+ disk after reformatting by accident? I moved some data from my iMac to my WD external hard disk drive, but I mistakenly reformatted the WD external HDD after moving all data. I am wondering if there is any method to undo format the WD external hard drive so as I can get back all lost data from the reformatted WD external hard drive HFS+ disk. Can anybody tell me any useful Western Digital recovery software?"
Today’s computer either runs Windows OS or Mac OS. Generally speaking, most computers run Windows OS, while Mac computers which are specially manufactured by Apple Inc. run Mac OS. Usually, users will format a WD external hard drive into HFS+ file system in order to make it usable on Mac OS and they will format external HDD into FAT32 or NTFS file system in order to use in Windows OS. If you reformat a WD external HDD HFS+ disk, you need to make use of an unformat tool which is compatible with HFS+ file system to undo format the external HDD.
You may format a WD external HFS+ hard drive on Mac OS when you attempt to read or write data, but you can perform data recovery by connecting the WD external HDD to a Windows PC if you are unable to get a useful unformat tool which is compatible with Mac OS. iCare Data Recovery is a read-only unformat program that enables you to undo format WD external hard drive which has HFS+ file system so that you can get back all lost data after reformat. This data recovery software only works on Windows OS like Windows XP, Vista, 7, 8, 10, but it works perfectly for data recovery in a short time. You can refer to the guide below to unformat WD external HFS+ hard drive on Windows:
Step1. Download and install iCare Data Recovery on computer. Run the software and choose a proper scan mode.
Step2. Select the WD external HDD HFS+ disk and then wait the software to scan it.
Step3. You can preview files after scanning and then save the lost data to another drive.
You might need to unformat WD external HDD HFS+ disk in different situations because you may reformat an external HDD due to various reason. Generally speaking, iCare Data Recovery is available for data recovery after reformat an external HDD in all situations as long as the previous data is not overwritten. Let’s see some possible situations that you may use iCare Data Recovery to unformat a WD external HDD HFS+ disk:
It is important to look for a reliable unformat tool to recover data from reformatted WD portable HDD HFS+ disk because unreliable software might cause unexpected disaster to your portable hard drive which may result in further data loss. iCare Data Recovery is a read-only unformat program, which provides read-only solution for data recovery. Thus, this software helps search every lost file after reformat without hurt the disk drive or modifying any information on the disk drive. In addition, iCare Data Recovery is clean and risk-free from any virus or Trojan, so you do not need to worry that your WD portable hard drive or computer will be infected with unknown virus or Trojan after using this software. In a word, iCare Data Recovery is a reliable unformat tool that you can use.
Have you eve felt frustrated when you were trying to install data recovery software on your computer but you always ran into different kinds of problems? For example, it takes you lots of time to download a large data recovery tool and save it on your computer? Or system reports the software is not compatible with Windows 32bit or 64bit OS when you attempt to install it on your computer? If you use iCare Data Recovery, you will find it easy to save and install this software on any Windows PC like Windows Vista, XP, 7, 8, 10, etc 32&64 bit OS. You can make use of this software to unformat any type of WD HFS+ external hard drive or other storage media for data recovery. This data recovery software is lifetime use once you install it on your computer. You can also uninstall this software easily when you no longer want to use it.
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