Seagate Hard Drive Failure Data Recovery

If you want to recover data from the Seagate Hard Drive which is not detected by your system, then follow the guided instructions given below on Seagate Hard Drive Failure Data Recovery.

  • First, try to make your Seagate Hard Drive detectable.
  • Check if the Seagate Hard Drive is visible in the Windows system’s Disk Management section.
  • Link your Seagate External Hard Drive to the Windows system.
  • Open the Disk Management wizard.
  • Your Seagate Hard Drive will be listed in the Removable Disk section.
  • If not, try connecting your Seagate Hard Drive to a different USB port on the Windows system.
  • If not, perform the troubleshooting instructions given below to make your Seagate Hard Drive detectable.
  • Open the Device Manager window on your Windows system.
  • Locate and right-click on your Seagate Hard Drive.
  • Select the Properties option.
  • If the Seagate Hard Drive is damaged, then you can find a yellow exclamation mark beside it.
  • Note down the error message and search for its troubleshooting instructions.
  • After fixing the issue, your Seagate Hard Drive will be displayed in the Removable Devices section.
  • If not, try System Restore, Uninstall and Re-installing the drive or Updating the driver to make your drive detectable.
  • Once your Seagate Hard Drive is detected by the system, start performing the data recovery process by using any one of a trusted data recovery software.
  • On your Windows system, install any one of the trusted third-party data recovery software.
Seagate Hard Drive Failure Data Recovery
  • The guided instructions given below explains how to recover data from your Seagate Hard Drive using the Recoverit Data Recovery Software.
  • Download and install the Recoverit Data Recovery Software on your Windows system.
  • After installing the Recoverit Data Recovery software, launch it.
  • Your Seagate Hard Drive will be displayed in the External Devices section, select it.
  • Click the Start button. Now the Recoverit Data Recovery software will start to scan your hard drive.
  • Once the scanning process is completed by the recovery software, a list of the files that can be recovered or restored will be displayed on the system’s screen.
  • Select the file(s) that you wish to recover from the displayed list.
  • Click the Recover button. Perform the on-screen instructions to complete the Seagate Hard Drive Failure Data Recovery process.