Restore iTunes from Dead Hard Drive

Hard drive crash is a disastrous incident that one never would wish to face. This traumatic event can cause the loss of large amount of files. Computer shows the booting error message or a blue screen getting displayed are the most common signs of dead hard drive.  On seeing such messages, users suspect that the hard drive is undergone a physical damage. However, this might not be a physical damage always. Hard drives generally face hardware damage, in an exceptional case.  These signs may also be a result of logical damage on hard drives such as software errors or file system corruption.

Due to this, all the files saved on your computer become inaccessible. This may include your iTunes songs, which you had saved and preserved for a long time. Now to recover your file, you don’t have to go for a service center. You can get your files back from computer by sitting at your home. This can be achieved with recovery software. However, you can find many varieties of tools that can aid you in recovery. But iTunes Dead Hard Disk Recovery software is one of the best, which guarantees you with a safe and easy recovery of lost iTunes files from dead hard drive.  You can check the tool performance and evaluate its performance results. By using this software, you can realize how easily you can recover iTunes from dead hard drive. Refer to recover iTunes after corruption.

General cases that leads to dead hard drive:

File system corruption:  File system is most crucial part of a computer system. It helps in managing the files in a hierarchical form. This makes the file retrieval faster and easier.  Due to certain events, this crucial file system part can get corrupted. Since file system manages the files in hard drive, it can lead to crash in hard disk and cause file loss from dead hard disk. You can take the aid of iTunes Dead Hard Disk Recovery utility to restore iTunes from dead hard drive

Severe Malware infection:  Users have a habit of storing all their iTunes files on your computer hard drive. They download different music files from web and save them on their hard disk. If large amount of infected song files are saved on it, the virus can cause the hard drive to be dead, due to severe impact. This causes the loss of huge amount of data due to inaccessibility

iTunes Dead Hard Disk Recovery is best tool that is popular to recover iTunes from dead hard drive. They engulf many effective features that can be helpful all through the recover process. It can restore lost music file from iTunes  and facilitate a file preview. This software is able to recover iTunes from dead hard drive of files formats like videos, images, recorded sound files and so on. You can also recover the iTunes movie files, which get deleted/lost due to hard drive crash or more reasons by referring this page:

You can utilize this effective product on Windows and Mac versions such as Window 7, 8, Windows XP, Vista, Windows server 2003 and 2008, Mac Leopard, Mac Lion, Mac Snow Leopard and so on. Check here to know how to restore deleted video files from iTunes. Download and use the demo version of this tool to utilize this software to recover iTunes from dead hard drive. You can save the files back by opting for the full version

Follow these steps to restore itunes from dead hard drive:

Step1: Install the software on your computer. Then connect the dead hard drive to the same system where you have installed the tool

Step2: Now run the software and select "Recover Drives" option in order to recover iTunes from dead hard drive

Restore iTunes from Dead Hard Drive  - Main Screen

Figure 1. Main Screen

Step3: From the next screen choose "Partition Recovery" option. Proceed and select the dead hard disk

Recovering iTunes from Dead Hard Drive  - Select Drive

Figure 2. Select Dead Hard Drive

Step4: The scan will take a while. After the completion, select the files and save it back to the system

Recover iTunes from Dead Hard Drive  - Preview Screen

Figure 3. Preview Screen

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