Hard drive Picture Recovery


Have you lost pictures stored on your hard drive? Not to worry!! This is quite common scenario faced by many computer users these days. Today all are living in a digital world. Each and every device is turning its technology to digital systems. Everything around is operated based on digital devices. In the past photos were taken on photo prints and stored in albums. Pictures taken in such forms were unreliable since it could be damaged easily. As the digital cameras were developed all the drawbacks were overcome.

All the photos clicked on a digital camera can be previewed on the camera in small screen provided or transferred to computers with a use of a USB cable or memory card reader. Think of a condition where you copied all your valuable images on your system performed and drive formatting on your memory card. At some point of time when you on your computer may find that the partition as gone missing on which you had stored your pictures. You might start freaking isn’t it? Every problem has its solution isn’t it? And in this case the solution is a recovery tool. Opting for a recovery tool can help you regain all the files lost from your hard drive. Hard Drive Recovery tool is best tool that can be used in such scenarios and is best recommended in the current market to retrieve digital photos from your hard disk.

List of some data loss scenarios:

  • Defragmentation failure: You can increase the performance and the speed of your computer by performing defragmentation process. It rearranges the scattered files memory in contiguous manner which decreases the file access time. But if this process gets interrupted by any data disaster events you may end up in a severe data loss conditions by losing all the photos stored on your drive
  • Factory restoration: Every operating system as a restoration point to which you can restore your system when there is some problem in the system causing a abnormal behavior. By doing this in such conflict situations one may lose all the pictures stored on your device after the restoration point. Hence, before you carry out such a process one has to back up all the data
  • Logical damage: Logical damage of hard drive refers to some errors on the file system or the software that is use to manage such devices. If the hard drive as undergone a logical damage by a result of malware attack or Operating system corruption you may lose access to the system images stored on it. This can lead to loss of images saved your hard disk

Hard Drive Recovery is one of the best used software from a long time that is used to restore the entire picture that is been deleted or lost from your system hard drive. You can recover pictures from Mac versions like Mac OS X Lion, Leopard and Snow Leopard and Windows versions like Windows 7, 8, XP, Vista, Windows server 2003 and 2008. Upon recovering the files you can preview them for its result and restore on any location of your drive. Supports Nikon, Sony, Panasonic, Pentax, Olympus, Canon photo recovery

Other than generic formats this tool supports recovery of raw photos types like KDC, RAF, DNG, ORF, CR2, MRW etc. It can restore deleted digital pictures from portable devices like USB, memory cards, iPod other than hard drives. It’s compatible to be used with popular brands of hard disk like Seagate, Buffalo, Hitachi, Clickfree etc

Steps to restore photos from hard drive:


Step 1: Download the software from the site and perform an installation on your system. Launch the software and select “Recover Photos” option.

Digital Photo Recovery - Main Screen

Step 2: On the next screen select either “Recover Lost Photos” Or “Recover Deleted Photos” option based on the scenario which caused the data loss and then select the drive from which you lost the pictures.

Digital Photo Recovery- Select Drive Screen

Step 3: The software displays a screen with a list of restored photos select the file and save it on a secure location.

Digital Photo Recovery - Save Recovered Photo Screen

For Leopard (10.5) and
Snow Leopard (10.6) Users

For Lion (10.7), Mountain Lion (10.8),
Mavericks & Yosemite (10.10) Users