How to recover lost data from dead Seagate external hard drive?

Posted by Katrina to Data Recovery on August 6th, 2018

As it is inexpensive and convenient, Seagate is always used it to backup important data. But some people reported that their Seagate external hard drive became dead and they lost access to data stored on the drive. This passage will talk about tutorial to recover lost data from dead Seagate external hard drive.

How to recover lost data from dead Seagate external hard drive?

iBoysoft Data Recovery is the best free external hard drive data recovery software that can recover lost data from dead/damaged/corrupted Seagate external hard drive, recover lost data from Seagate external hard disk not detected on Windows 10/8/7/Vista/XP and Windows Server 2019/2016/2012/2008/2003.

Apart from recovering data from external hard drive, iBoysoft Data Recovery also recover lost documents, pictures, videos, audios, emails from hard drive, USB flash drive, SD card, memory card, pen drive, digital camera, etc. Moreover, It can also recover lost data from Raw external hard drive, recover lost data from unrecognized external hard drive, recover lost data from corrupted, formatted, unreadable, inaccessible external hard drive, recover lost data from deleted/lost partition.

Tips: If you can't distinguish whether your hard drive is physically damaged or logically damaged, just try data recovery software firstly and then turn to local technicians for help if you failed with data recovery software.

Tutorial to recover lost data from dead Seagate external hard drive

Step 1: Download & install iBoysoft Data Recovery on your computer.

Step 2: Connect the dead Seagate external hard drive to your computer.

Step 3: Launch iBoysoft Data Recovery and choose the dead Seagate external hard drive.

Recover lost data from dead Seagate external hard drive

Step 4: Click "Next" to search for lost files on the dead Seagate external hard drive.

Step 5: Preview the searching results. After that, select the lost data and click the "Recover" button to get them back.

Step 6: Have a check to ensure all lost data have been recovered.

About dead Seagate external hard drive

Normally, if you find your Seagate external hard drive respond slowly and produce "scraping noise" when you connect it to your PC, you'd better back up critical data as soon as you possible, because your Seagate external hard drive is going to die in coming days. What causes a dead Seagate external hard drive? It is caused by hours of hard work, overheating, power surge or accidental damage.

A dead Seagate external hard drive can be repairable, but nobody can make sure the security of all important data. The faster you recover lost data from dead Seagate external hard drive, the less you lose data. Follow this tutorial to recover lost data from Seagate external hard disk not detected?

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