Smart Way to Retrieve Files after Quick Format

Quick formatting is a process of erasing the entire data from storage drives such as hard drive, pen drive or external hard drive. There are two options for removing the data from storage drives as quick format and full format. Quick format option does not check bad sectors present on drive or not, it erases the complete files exist on the drive. Whereas full format option check for bad sectors and it takes more time compared to quick format. Sometime, you perform quick format and lost entire file stored in drive. After facing such difficult situation you want to recover files after quick format process. To get back files after quick format, there is no manual way to get them back. So to restore them you need a tool which is capable to restore them easily.

File Recovery is the best solution for quick format option. It is the best solution to restore files after quick format without any difficulty. With the help of File Recovery Tool, you can recover data after quick formatted hard drive of various types such as IDE, SATA, SCSI, etc. manufactured by various brands like Maxtor, Buffalo, Kingston, HP, Seagate, SanDisk, Transcend, Hitachi, etc. This application allows you to perform data recovery after formatting disk. To know more about it follow this URL:

Most common causes behind Quick format:

  • Unintentional Formatting: Mostly, when you select quick format option, it will delete the entire files stored on storage drive and you may face file loss issue. In such case, you can use this tool to undelete files on Windows 8 as well as from other versions of Windows and Mac operating systems.
  • File System Error: During access drive, you may get an error message such as “Drive is not formatted”. This error message arises due to file system corruption by which complete drive data become unreachable. In such condition you need to format it, by which you loss whole data stored on it.
  • Multiple OS Installation: Sometimes, during installing multiple operating system on the same hard drive you may accidentally quick format hard drive partition. By which, you may face entire data loss.
  • Partitioning Errors: Creating a new partition or changing the file system of existing drive partition can make the entire drive inaccessible. So to access the drive you need to format it, by which you will loss complete data stored on it.
  • Other Causes: MBR corruption, hard drive crash, bad sectors, sudden power failure, Virus attacks, third party utility, etc. can make drive unreachable. So to overcome such inaccessible hard drive problem, you need to format it.

Whatever can be reason behind quick formatting, File Recovery application recovers files from storage drives which support different file system like as NTFS5, FAT16, NTFS, ExFAT, HFS+, FAT32, and HFSX. This advanced program has capability to perform deleted file recovery from SD card as well as from other storage devices such as hard drive, FireWire drives, Pen drive, USB drive, etc. By making the use of this utility you can restore different type of files such as audios, spreadsheets, images, documents, videos, etc. with easily. After recovering files, File Recovery Tool allows you to take the preview of recovered files before saving it to the destination. It is compatible with both Windows and Mac based operating system to perform data recovery after quick format including Win 7, Win vista, Win 8 and Leopard, Win XP, Snow Leopard, Mavericks, Mountain Lion, Lion and Yosemite. By employing this toolkit you can also retrieve files after shift delete operation in few simple steps.

Steps to recover files after quick format:

Step-1: Download the demo version of File Recovery utility and install it on the partition of your system hard disk. With the successful launch of the recovery utility, select “Recover Files” from the main screen as in Figure 1. Then choose "Recover Deleted Files" or "Recover Lost Files" accoring to loss scenario from the next screen

Figure 1: Main Screen

Step-2: Select the suitable storage drive from which the deleted files are to be restored and click on “Next" button to initiate the deleted file recovery process. When the file restoration is completed, you will get a detailed list of the retrieved files as in Figure 2.

Figure 2: View Recovered Files

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