I lost entire data from my system including iTunes library due to sudden computer crash. I referred many sites and tried some methods to get back my data but couldn’t succeed. I don’t know how to come out from this problem. Can anyone tell me how to restore iTunes library when computer crashes?
Similar to the above mentioned situation, many Windows users are experiencing data loss issues due to sudden system crash. Hurdle factors like Malware/ Trojan horse attacks on hard drive reflecting these kinds of situations.
If this is the case, then you might have worried about iTunes data. After affecting from such case, do follow the below points to get back your iTunes library data:
- If you have iTunes Backup, then it is easy task to restore your favorites from it
- Incase the files are hidden, then you can get back them by un-hiding them
Still, you are unable to access your iTunes library data? Then, make use of reliable and trusted method to do so. The next lines will help you to do it.
Tool to extract iTunes Library on a crashed computer
Yodot Photo Recovery is a well known program to restore data from iTunes library. It is a popular media file retrieval tool which easily brings back all your music files, images, videos, etc. The program is designed by using advanced scanning algorithms that will help to scan crashed Windows partition to rescue data. Even after affecting from critical data loss situations, program has capability to extract iTunes data. As it works on read only permissions, it is completely secured from overwriting issues. After retrieving, it classifies files based on file size, type, extension and date. To run this software you require any version of Windows operating system (Windows XP, Windows Vista, Windows server 2003 and 2008, Windows 7, Windows 8.x and Windows 10).
How to rescue back data from iTunes library?
Attach your crashed computer hard drive to a healthy Windows system -> Go here to download Yodot Photo Recovery software on it -> After installation, software launches its main screen -> You will find two options on it ‘Deleted Photo Recovery’ and ‘Lost Photo Recovery’ -> Make use of ‘Lost Photo Recovery’ option to extract iTunes library data -> The application scans and list you the drives available on the system -> Select the hard drive that is connected to the system and proceed to next step -> Allow utility to scan entire drive -> Once it is done, you will be listed by restored data -> Use ‘Data View’ and ‘File Type View’ to make easy selection -> Preview the media files to confirm whether the data is successfully restored or not -> Finally, save data to destination location.