SATA are popular hard drive types that are used on most of the computers. The hard drive will be having SATA interface with the hardware parts on the computer. This has lots of advantages over other hard drive types. You may lose data from SATA hard drive all of a sudden when it goes dead. There are many chances of SATA hard drive becoming dead if you do not take care while using the computer. You will lose access to all data on the SATA hard drive then.
Scenarios in which SATA hard drive dies:
- Severe virus infection on SATA hard drive results in the drive failure and it becomes dead without any functionality
- Sudden system reboots due to software malfunctioning or for reasons like power fluctuations result in dead SATA hard drive
- Bad sectors on SATA hard drive may grow and expand on it due to aging or prolonged usage of computer
Whatever may be the reason for SATA hard drive going dead and not booting up anymore, you can perform data restoration from it using Yodot Hard Drive Recovery software.
Features of SATA hard drive recovery software:
Yodot Hard Drive Recovery software helps you perform dead SATA hard drive data recovery on your PC. This utility is capable of retrieving data of different file formats like documents, videos, audios, pictures, etc. You can get back data lost or deleted in various scenarios from SATA hard drive. It supports data retrieval from SATA hard drive on Windows XP, Vista, 7, 8, 8.1, Server 2003 and 2008 OS computers easily. This program is capable of restoring data on drives formatted with file systems like NTFS, NTFS5, FAT16, FAT32, exFAT and ReFS.
Procedure to perform dead SATA hard drive recovery:
Press here to download Yodot Hard Drive Recovery software and install it on a healthy PC. Connect dead SATA hard drive externally to the computer and run the tool. Select “Partition Recovery” from main screen. Then select dead SATA hard drive and click on “Next”. Select file types which you want to restore and click on “Next”. Software scans for selected files from the dead SATA hard drive and displays the result in “Data View” and “File Type View”. Select a file and click on “Preview” to view the file. Save recovered files using “Save” option and browse a location where you want to save recovered SATA hard drive data.