Restore Maxtor Hard Drive

“I have a lot of data saved on my Maxtor external hard drive. But yesterday when I tried to copy some more files, I found that the drive is not accessible. Please tell me the safest way to recover Maxtor hard drive data. I will be really grateful.”

Does this situation sound similar? Then Maxtor Partition Recovery tool is the one that you are looking for. This tool has been built with advanced and powerful algorithms that can scan the entire hard drive within minutes to restore Maxtor hard drive data. To operate this software, the user doesn’t have to be a technical expert; even a normal home user can also recover Maxtor hard drive files without any kind of technical assistance.

Maxtor Partition recovery is an ideal solution in the following data loss situations –

  • When the external hard drive shows as RAW
  • When you get format error on double clicking the external hard drive
  • When you accidentally or knowingly format the drive
  • When deletion happens due to slight distraction
  • When the drive is abruptly removed from the computer
  • When system is turned off improperly
  • When the Maxtor external hard drive is attacked by a virus

Other than the above mentioned scenarios, there are many more known or unknown reasons that lead to the deletion or loss of data from your Maxtor external hard drive partition. Most of the users might think that the file loss is permanent but that is not true.

All the files saved on a logical or physical drive are managed by the file system of that device. When the files are lost or deleted, the file system loses their access. This makes the files invisible and the user believes that they are gone forever. But until and unless, new files overwrite these files, the recovery can be performed.

Therefore, to keep the files in the recoverable state, it is advised that the affected drive (Maxtor external hard drive in this case) should be kept idle i.e. no files should be added or deleted from it. In this way, the deleted files will not be overwritten and you can restore them using a recovery tool.

Maxtor partition recovery application is the best option when it comes to recovering data from Maxtor external hard drives. The tool is capable of restoring over 300 types of file formats. However, if the file formats you are looking for are not available then, one can use the Add / Edit signature feature to add the desired format. Other than this, the tool has many unique features which make the recovery process customized and simple. The software is available as a free demo version that can be downloaded from the links provided here. In the demo version, there is a Preview option that can be utilized to view recovered file contents and to judge the tool’s capability. Once the user is satisfied with the results then they can buy the full version in order to save the recovered files. For Acer latop users, visit here to know the data loss scenarios from the laptop and their recovery procedure.

If you are a Mac user and looking for a tool to restore data from MacBook Pro, then follow www.recoverdeletedpartition.org/from-macbook-pro.html.

Steps to perform Maxtor partition recovery

Step 1: From the main screen select "Recover Drives" option

Maxtor Partition Recovery - Main Window

Figure 1 : Main Window

Step 2: Select either "Partition Recovery" or "Formatted / Reformatted recovery" option.

Maxtor Partition Recovery - Select option

Figure 2 : Select Partition Recovery or Formatted/Reformatted Recovery

Step 3: Now choose the Maxtor external hard drive and click on Next.

Maxtor Partition Recovery - Select Drive

Figure 3 : Select Physical Drive

Step 4: A list of recovered data will be displayed.

Maxtor Partition Recovery - Data View / File Type View Window

Figure 4: Recovered Data

 

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