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recover lost deleted formatted MS word excel, photo, music, video other data from Exfat / Fat32 / NTFS SATA drive.

SATA Hard Drive Recovery

SATA Hard Drive Recovery software help you recover data from formatted or damaged sata drive, please download and free trial

Use "Undelete" to recover deleted files from SATA hard drive.

Use "Unformat" to recover files from formatted SATA hard drive.

Use "Recover partition" to recover files if SATA hard drive partitions changed or damaged or deleted.

Use "Full Scan" to recover lost files files which can not be found with "undelete" and "unformat" and "recover partition" from SATA hard drive.

Aidfile SATA hard drives data recovery software is the professional SATA hard drives data restore tool & utility. This SATA hard disk drive data retrieve program (application) can give you a best solution to solve your problem about data lost after format SATA hard disk drive.

Compare with other SATA hard disk data rescue system, Aidfile hard drive data recovery service is easy to use and powerful.

Ways to make SATA Drive recovery, Aidfile Recovery Software is the final weapon to perform SATA drive recovery if all the means don't help.

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Aidfile Recovery Software Keyfeature

support FAT32 EXFAT and NTFS file system

support Win32 and Win64

support Windows XP, Windows 7, Windows 8,Windows 8.1, Windows Vista, Windows 2003, 2008, 2012.

Support external hard drive, hard disk, usb flash drive, sd card, cf card, zip, etc.

MS Office document (Word, Excel, PowerPoint, Outlook) types (doc, docx, ppt, pptx, xls, xlsx, pst, etc.),photos (JPG, PNG, ICON, TIF, BMP, RAF, CR2, etc.), videos and audios (MPG, MP4, MP3, MTS, M2TS, 3GP, AVI, MOV, RM, RMVB, etc.), compressed files (rar, zip, etc.), PE files (exe, dll, lib, etc.) and so on.

Support WD, Samsung, Sandisk, Toshiba, Seagate, HP, Lenovo,Maxtor,etc.

SATA Hard Drive Recovery

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Select the "Recover Partition " or "unformat" or "undelete" or "full scan"

About SATA Hard drive recovery

Q: One of my friends had a problem with his computer yesterday. The computer will randomly power off (almost around 2 hours although I am guessing that is just coincidence) and then when he turned the computer back on it would shut down once again. This happen a couple of times before they were able to boot up again. Finally, yesterday the PC didn't boot at all and it gave the warning that: "C:/WINDOWS/system32/config/system is missing or corrupt". I tried to get this computer into recovery console but it told me that it didn't detect a hard drive. This Hard Drive is SATA drive. SATA is enabled in BIOS. They are running under Windows OS. A couple of weeks ago he upgraded computer memory (adding another stick of 512M) but I am not sure if he had these problems before the memory upgrade or not. Anyway, my question is, what can I do to make the SATA drive be recognized again? I did some research and it mentioned that I have to install the Third Party SATA driver but since the drive is working before and we haven't done a full installation, I do not have to load the drivers again, correct? Unless they got deleted/corrupt somehow. Then I am wondering if I can use Aidfile to perform SATA Drive recovery? And can it recover all my files on that SATA drive?

A: Yes, you can use Aidfile to perform SATA drive recovery. However, you need to make your SATA drive to be recognized by Windows system at first, otherwise no software could identify a drive if Windows can't. Because all Windows software are based on Windows system.

Before trying Aidfile recovery software, we recommend you to try the following ways to recover SATA drive at first for saving money:

  • 1. If you have any IDE hard drive connected, then disconnect it to get it working.
  • 2. Open BIOS setup menu and set everything back to default settings and try again.
  • 3. Make sure your drive detection in the BIOS setup menu is set to AUTO
  • 4. Try to clear CMOS. When you get it back up, try the recovery console again.
  • 5. The SATA drives are notorious for having loose cables and they do not fit into the drives very securely,
  • so you have to make sure that they are making good data transferring with the cable to the drive. If this still doesn't work, you may try another cable if the present one doesn't work.

    These steps help your computer to identify this SATA drive, and if it is displayed as "inaccessible", then use Aidfile recovery software to recover SATA drive.