Hello everyone! When I tried to resize one partition in my Acer Aspire e 1571, suddenly an error occurred and my laptop got shut down. After that, I tried restarting my system but I didn’t. My entire system became inaccessible. I couldn’t be able to access any of my data. I need to access my data at any cost. Is there any chance of recovery? Please reply.
This is not the only situation which makes you to feel worried. There are many reasons which end up with data loss from Acer Aspire e1 571. Let’s check some instances among them:
- If boot sector is damaged, laptop fails to boot
- Installing unauthenticated applications in laptop
- Laptop hard drive corruption
- File system corruption
- Accidentally formatting the drive
If you are facing any of the above mentioned situations, then don’t bother about your data because you have many options to utilize. This page will suggest finest option among them. Follow the below paragraphs to get the solution:
Tool to extract data from Acer Aspire e1 571
Using Yodot Hard Drive Recovery is the easiest way in recovering Acer Aspire e1 571. This is a powerful tool which can rescue data from formatted/ reformatted and inaccessible drive. This program is designed by using inbuilt advanced scanning algorithms to finish restoring in a smooth way. Even if the hard drive fails to boot, the software has the capability to bring back data from it. It not only supports Acer but also various brands like Toshiba, Sony, Lenovo, Samsung, etc. Along with hard drive it also retrieve data from external hard drive, USB flash drive, SSD, memory card and many more. This application is compatible with Windows operating system (XP, Vista, Server 2003 and 2008, 7, 8.x and 10).
Step by step process to utilize the tool
Connect your Acer hard drive to a healthy Windows system if it is not booting up -> Install Yodot Hard Drive Recovery program by downloading it -> From main screen you will find two tabs called ‘Partition Recovery’ and ‘Formatted/Reformatted Recovery’ -> Choose ‘Partition Recovery’ option from it -> The tool scans and list the drives available on the system -> Pick the hard drive that is connected to the system -> Allow the software to scan the drive -> Once it is done, use ‘Data View’ and ‘File Type View’ to select data -> Preview media files to confirm -> Finally, save the data to desired destination folder.