How do I recover a partition on my Seagate external hard drive?
External hard drive, as portable storage device, facilitates our daily life and work. Seagate Technology, based in the United States, is a world-renowned maker of storage equipment, most hard drives. Seagate helps people all around the world by supplying certified, affordable, and diverse hard disks for a variety of applications.
PC users, hobbyists, and laptop manufacturers all love Seagate drives. They are inexpensive, readily available, and well-known for their dependability. Unfortunately, even for Seagate, data can get lost from Seagate's hard drive for unknown reasons. Sometimes, the partitions will get lost entirely. In these situations, you need a professional Seagate partition recovery tool to restore deleted partitions and data.
Seagate external hard disk partition recovery
Users who lost or delete the Seagate partition or data would wonder how to recover them. Here is an easy way to perform Seagate partition recovery, that is using a professional Seagate partition recovery tool, AOMEI Partition Recovery Wizard.
AOMEI Partition Recovery Wizard, a built-in feature in AOMEI Partition Assistant Professional, is created to recover lost or deleted partitions including FAT, NTFS, Ext2, Ext3, Ext4 in Windows 10, 8, 7, and Vista.
Detailed steps for Seagate partition recovery
Follow the detailed steps below to perform Seagate partition recovery. You can download AOMEI Partition Assistant Professional demo version first.
Step 1: Install and open AOMEI Partition Assistant Professional. Choose Partition Recovery Wizard on the left panel and select the disk including the lost partition. Click on “Next”.
Step 2: Select Fast Search. It is recommended to select Fast Search the first time because it saves more time than Full Search. If it fails to find the lost partition, you can try Full Search again. Then click on “Next”.
Step 3: You will see the list of all lost or deleted partitions, and you can select the one you want to recover.
Step 4: After the partition recovery process completes, click “Finish” to exit after you see the message “Congratulations”.
Then you can open Windows File Explorer to check whether the lost partition in Seagate external hard drive is visible and accessible. If the data in the lost partition hasn’t been covered or overwritten by new data, it will be recovered as well.
How to repair corrupted Seagate external hard drive partition?
If the partition on your Seagate external hard drive is visible but not accessible, it has become corrupted. You can use CHKDSK, a Windows built-in tool for error checking, to repair a corrupted Seagate external hard drive partition.
Tip: Professional data recovery software is advised for recovering data from a damaged Seagate partition.
Step 1: Press “Windows + R”, and input "cmd" to run Command Prompt as an administrator.
Step 2: Type “chkdsk F:/f” and press Enter.
Step 3: Wait for the check process completed.
Besides, if your Seagate external hard drive may be corrupted due to corrupted partition table, you can try to rebuild the MBR of the corrupted Seagate external hard drive via AOMEI Partition Assistant.
Step 1: Open AOMEI Partition Assistant Professional. Right-click the damaged disk and select “Rebuild MBR”.
Step 2: Choose a proper MBR type for your current Windows operating system and click “OK”.
Step 3: Click “Apply” and wait for the process to finish.
Finally, if your Seagate external hard drive is still inaccessible, formatting it could be the best choice.
How to recover deleted files from Seagate external hard drive
Using AOMEI Partition Assistant, you can restore the entire deleted or lost partitions from Seagate external hard drive easily. But what to do if you deleted some files from partitions of Seagate hard drive? In this case, you will need to find your available backup files. If you don't have, a reliable data recovery tool-MyRecover can be a good assistant to recover lost data.
MyRecover is created to recover accidentally deleted or lost data from kinds of storage devices, like HDD, SSD, USB drive, camera, etc. It supports Windows 7/8/10/11/Server and NTFS, FAT32, exFAT, and ReFS file systems. Only within three simple steps, you can get the deleted files back quickly.
Step 1. Download and install MyRecover on your computer. Select your Seagate hard drive and click "Start Scan".
Step 2. The software will scan your Seagate external hard drive quickly. You can recover the files if you find them in the scanning result even the scan is running.
Step 3. After the scan completes, you can search the file names or filter the data you need. Choose another location to save the recovered files.
How to prevent Seagate external hard drive data loss
You should always be careful when using Seagate hard drive because some Seagate recovery services are costly, especially for physically damaged hard drive. It's necessary to learn how to prevent Seagate hard drive data loss to avoid the problem.
- The easiest and most sufficient way to protect data from loss is backing up data regularly. You can choose to back up data to CD, external hard drive, or online. AOMEI Backupper is the right one to back up, restore and clone all of your important data. your Windows system, vital data, and necessary applications.
- Use the CHKDSK tool to check and fix Seagate hard drive errors.
- Use firewalls and anti-virus software to keep viruses from infecting your Seagate hard drive.
- Stop using it immediately if you notice any indicators of hard drive failure, such as unusual sounds, and move all of your data to another drive.
- Select the Safely remove hardware and Eject media option to remove a Seagate external hard drive from your computer,
You may recover partition from Seagate external hard drives and internal hard drives in only a few clicks after learning how to perform Seagate data recovery with Seagate partition recovery software-AOMEI Partition Recovery Wizard. However, you can always rely on a professional partition recovery program to recover your lost partitions and data from any form of Windows storage media at any time and from anywhere in the globe.
Begin making backups regularly, whether on the cloud or an external HDD or SSD. A frequent backup will keep your data safe and allow you to get back to work in a matter of minutes or hours if you have a data disaster.