How to Recover Data from SATA Hard Drive

Is it possible to Recover Data from SATA Hard Drive?

Anyway, no matter how great your SATA hard drive is, incidents of data loss may happen for different reasons like accidental data deletion, format, partition damage or loss, virus attack, and more. When it happens to you, is it possible to recover lost files from SATA hard drives? Definitely. When deleting/formatting files on SATA hard drives, you're not really erasing the content, but only marking the part of the SATA hard drive where lost files previously occupied blank for rewriting. Therefore, there is a good chance for you to recover lost data from SATA hard drives with hard drive data recovery software before rewritting begins.

Sata Hard Drive Recovery

When you data deleted, lost or formatted from SATA hard drive, you can get Recoverit data recovery software to help you retrieve your data back. It is a reliable and effective data recovery, it can recover files including photos, videos, audio, email and various documents that you deleted, formatted or lost due to other reasons from SATA hard drives, as well as other kinds of hard drives, external disks, memory cards, usb drives, MP4 players, iPod, etc.

Sata Hard Drive Recovery Software

Your Safe & Reliable Sata Hard Drive Recovery Software

  • Recover lost or deleted files, photos, audio, music, emails from any storage device effectively, safely and completely.
  • Supports data recovery from recycle bin, hard drive, memory card, flash drive, digital camera and camcorders.
  • Supports to recover data for sudden deletion, formatting, hard drive corruption, virus attack, system crash under different situations.

Free download and install Recoverit Sata Hard Drive recovery on your computer, connect SATA hard drive to your computer and follow the next simple steps to recover data from Sata hard drive.

How Recover Data from Sata Hard Drive

  1. Choose the "External Device Recovery" mode to start recovering from SATA hard drives.
  2. select file type

  3. Select the file location for recovery according to the description.
  4. select the location

  5. Enable a quick scan and Start.
  6. Go to quick scan for SATA hard drive to searching more files. if you can't find any files after the quick scan, turn to enter "All-Around Recovery" mode to start a deep scan.

    deep scan recovery

  7. Preview and recover lost files from SATA hard drives
  8. recover data from sata hard drive step 5

    In the scan result, all recoverable files are displayed and categorized well. You can preview and check to recover them all with one click.

What is SATA Hard Drive

SATA (or Serial ATA) hard drive, also known as serial port hard disk, has now replaced the traditional PATA (Parallel ATA) hard drives and become the standard mass storage device on PC. The Serial ATA 1.0 specification was established by Serial ATA Committee which was organized by several major hard drive manufacturers (including Intel, APT, Dell, IBM, Seagate and Maxtor), and in 2002, the Serial ATA Committee drafted the Serial ATA 2.0 specification, though no SATA equipment had ever been released by that time.

sata hard drive

Serial ATA uses a serial connection – a Serial ATA bus with embedded clock signal, with a stronger error correction capability than that on the older PATA or EIDE hard drive. The biggest difference is that it can check and automatically correct errors not just for the data, but also the command it transfers, which improves the reliability of data transmission greatly. The serial interface of SATA has a simple structure (7 pins) and is also hot-swappable, it brings the advantages of faster and more efficient data transfer between devices.

Besides, a "Differential Signal Amplified System" is used on SATA, which could effectively filter noise from normal signals. And due to its excellent noise filtering capabilities, the SATA system is able to run under a lower voltage (0.5V) than Parallel ATA, which means it can save more power.

Specification
Bandwidth
Transfer Speed
The maximum cable length
SATA 3.0
6Gb/s
600MB/s
2m
SATA 2.0
3Gb/s
300MB/s
1.5m
SATA 1.0
1.5Gb/s
150MB/s
1m
PATA
1Gb/s
133MB/s
0.5m
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