Seagate external hard drive is not recognized and data gets lost? You don’t have to worry about it. It seems that your hard drive has been logically damaged and you do have a chance to recover data from Seagate external hard drive if data on it is lost because of logical damage, deletion, formatting, corruption, system error or virus attack. Because as long as data is not overwritten by new data on your drive, it is still recoverable with a Seagate Expansion hard drive data recovery program.
A hoard of data recovery tools claim that they can help you get back data without any hassle. But in fact, not all of them can accomplish the goal and recover data from hard drive in many cases. Recoverit Data Recovery is an exception. Regardless of how your data gets lost, Recoverit Data Recovery, with the 96% recovery rate, can deep scan your storage devices and retrieve the lost or damaged data. Moreover, it supports to restore 500+ formats of files for you to get almost all the data back. When your data is lost from Seagate external hard drive, you can try this Seagate recovery software and retrieve the lost files back.
To recover data from Seagate Expansion external hard drive, you can watch this video tutorial which will demonstrate the steps in detail.
Download and install Recoverit Seagate Data Recovery on your computer, connect your Seagate hard drive to it and launch the Seagate Hard Drive Recovery software to start retrieving your data.
Step 1. Select Seagate Expansion external hard drive
Your Seagate Expansion drive will be listed in the window. You only need to select drive letter for it and click “Start” button to begin scanning it.
Note: Please make sure your Seagate external hard drive has been connected to and can be recognized by your computer.
Step 2. Scan the Seagate external hard drive
The selected Seagate Expansion drive will be scanned quickly and the scanned data will be displayed. You just need to wait for a while for the completed scanning.
After the quick scan finishes, if the files from Seagate hard drive can't be found yet, you can shift the "External Devices Recovery" mode to "All-Around Recovery". It will help you search for more files on the selected Seagate Expansion hard drive.
Step 3. Recover data from Seagate Expansion external hard drive
After the scanning, files on your Seagate Expansion external hard drive will be listed in “File View” or “Tree View” categories in the window.
You only need to mark files you are going to retrieve from your Seagate Expansion drive and click the “Recover” button to select a destination on your computer to save them.