WD My Book Live is a hard drive that lets you store your favorite data such as video, music, photos, and files over a cloud network. You can also access your remote folder stored on your Mac or Windows computer from the WD My Book Live hard drive. This hard drive is compatible with Windows XP SP3, Vista, Windows 7, Windows 8, Mac’s Mountain Lion, Lion, Snow Leopard. If you have deleted or lost the data stored on the WD My Book Live hard drive, recover them by using any one of the methods discussed. Several experts have suggested using the R-Linux or Disk Internals Linux Reader data recovery software to restore the deleted data from a WD My Book Live Reader hard drive. These two data recovery software are compatible with the Windows, Mac, and Linux operating systems.
Steps to download, install and use the R-Linux data recovery software
You can download the R- Linux data recovery software from its official site.
From your Windows or Mac computer, navigate to the R- Linux software website.
Click the Windows or Mac icon on its official site.
Locate and click the Download Now or Buy online button based on your preference.
After the R-Linux data recovery software download process, install and open it on your Windows or Mac computer.
Now, connect your My Book Live hard drive physically to the Mac or Windows computer.
Physically connecting the My Book Live hard drive
Usually, a power cord, an Ethernet cable, and a setup guide are be provided with the My Book Live hard drive.
Using the power cord, connect the My Book Live drive to the power source.
Then, connect the drive to your network device using the Ethernet cable.
On the R- Linux data recovery software screen, select the WD My Book Live option under the Network drive section.
Perform the data recovery process by following the instructions displayed on the screen.
Similarly, use the Disk Internals Linux Reader application to recover your data from WD My Book Live hard drive.
Contact us if you need remote assistance in recovering data from your WD My Book Live hard drive.