Which is the best hard disk repair software?
I got my hard disk's software crashed, after that it is still detecting and booting too but cannot go up to startup welcome screen. It's not working as a secondary drive too.
Apparently it's a hardware problem. But if the disk is damaged physically, you cannot repair it with any software unless you buy a new one. If it's just a software or system problem, you can repair it completely.
Recommend hard disk repair tool: Wondershare LiveBoot Boot CD/USB
Reason: Generally speaking, hard disk repair is related to many scenarios, just like partition can't be accessed, disk cannot be detected, boot sector damaged, computer fails to boot, etc. This LiveBoot program can fix almost all these hard drive problems, as well as restore any windows & data.
Steps to repair your hard disk with this disk repair utility
Next, follow the steps below to do what you need.
Step1. Make a bootable USB or CD with LiveBoot
First of all, launch LiveBoot after installing it, and insert a blank CD or USB that you've prepared to the computer. You only need to perform one click to burn a bootable CD or usb drive according to the guide in the LiveBoot Wizard as follow, no extra burner needed.
Step2. Boot up hard disk from LiveBoot CD/USB
Next, insert the CD or usb drive to the computer whose hard disk is crashed, and start it. When the system begins loading, press F12 to go to the Device Boot Menu. Select the USB CD-ROM Drive option to enter, then you'll be in front of the Boot Menu as follow. Choose "Boot from LiveBoot".
Step3. repair hard disk
Launch LiveBoot and enter "Windows Recovery" menu. On the recovery center, there are several solutions for different reasons that caused your hard drive crash. You can adopt any of the solutions best describing your crashing symptoms to repair your hard disk. Each solution takes you only 2 steps. It's quite easy.
Step4.Recover your hard disk data
If you lost data on your hard disk, you can use this disk repair tool to get them all back, including photos, videos, documents, audio, emails and archive files. Just click "Data Recovery" and follow the instruction to get your lost data back.
Note: Don't save your retrieved data on the desktop, because you are under the boot environment the files will not be saved when you switch to your own Windows. Try to save your files on the hard disk drive except the Boot (X:) one and desktop where you'll lose them after back to your computer's normal system, an external hard disk will be better.