Posted by Aimee , Feb 15, 2020
"My HP notebook suddenly crashed and its internal hard drive (Seagate) could not be detected. After repairing the notebook, I found that all the files disappeared. The documents for my graduation thesis were completely gone, which was a problem for me. I contacted the service center. I was advised to return it to a professional for recovery, but this will cost a lot. Is there any other way? How can I recover the disappearing data from my HP notebook? "
When your HP computer loses documents, audio, video, pictures, and other files, you can retrieve these lost data from the recycle bin. It is not difficult to restore the data. However, most of the lost files are not kept in the recycle bin. Emptying the Recycle Bin, system errors, formatting the hard drive and other reasons for data loss requires a professional HP data recovery program. RecoveryTool Data Recovery can effectively extract deleted or formatted data from HP desktops and laptops. At the same time, you can easily undelete files from other brands of Windows computers. Let us now experience how to use this undelete software.
Step 1. Select the file types to be recovered
Download and run this recovery software on your HP computer. Then select the recovery file type in the program interface window. Here, let's choose "Document" to try it out. Then click the "Next" button.
Note: Do not install HP Recovery Tool on the partition where data is lost.
Step 2. Scan the partition of your HP PC
Select a location to scan the data and click "Start" to start scanning.
Step 3. Rescue documents from HP computer
After the scan is completed, all recoverable files will be listed. You can preview it in the program window. Finally, you just need to select the required items and click the "Recover" button to save the data back to the HP laptop or desktop computer.
After reading this article, you will find that this program can well recover data from an HP computer hard disk. Of course, the RecoveryTool program also supports getting back important files from other devices.