My Book World is a series of external hard drives produced by Western Digital, which provides high data transfer rate, reliable data storage capacity, etc make them to store huge amount of data. Besides such advanced features, you may need to face severe data loss from WD My Book World external storage device.But, sometimes when you hook up the WD My Book World to your computer and soon after that start experiencing error message showing that "The drive is corrupt and unreadable". The computer identifies the drive and do not allow you to access the data from it. Now, is it possible to recover data from Western Digital My Book World drive securely? Yes, it is possible with the help of Western Digital Recovery software.
This software is equipped with built in scanning algorithms to perform rigorous scanning of Western Digital My Book World storage device to restore data including photo, music files, video files, documents, spreadsheets, etc with ease. Apart from one can recover data from Western Digital My Book World drive, you can utilize this ready to use software to restore data from Western Digital My Book 3.0, My Book Essential, My Book Elite and My Book Studio Edition. Even, with the help of this simple user interface you can restore data from formatted WD external hard drive with utmost ease.
Reasons behind data loss from Western Digital My Book World:
- Accidental formatting: There might be the chances of mistakenly formatting your Western Digital My Book World external storage device connected to your system, instead of one of your system drive can lead to data loss.
- Sudden interruption: When you end up abruptly removing the Western Digital My Book World external hard drive hooked to the system, during data transfer process can make the entire data inaccessible.
- File system corruption: At times, whenever you plug-in Western Digital My Book World external hard drive to any virus-infected computer can severely damaged the file system of Western Digital My Book World making data inaccessible. In addition, one can employ this software to retrieve data from damaged Western Digital hard drive with utmost ease. To have complete knowledge, click here http://www.westerndigitalrecovery.net/data-from-damaged.html
To get over the above-mentioned data loss scenarios, one can simply maintain the proper backup of important data from Western Digital My Book World external hard drive to other storage device. Also, avoid using the Western Digital My Book World external hard drive to prevent overwriting of present data with the newer one. Regardless of this, still are you facing severe data loss problems? If so, then stop getting frustrated! Because, here is an ultimate solution Western Digital Recovery utility to recover data from Western Digital My Book World external hdd with ease. It facilitates you to restore data from formatted, reformatted, corrupt or damaged Western Digital My Book World drive. Similarly, you can use this award winning software to retrieve deleted or lost data from FAT16, FAT32, NTFS, NTFS5, HFS+ and HFSX partitions / volume.
In addition, you can employ this user-friendly software to recover data from Western Digital My Book World external hdd on Mac OS X Lion, Leopard, Snow Leopard, Mavericks, etc. To grab more information, visit here http://www.westerndigitalrecovery.net/mac.html . It is compatible with the recent versions of Windows OS 8, 7, Vista, XP, 2007, 2003, etc at your fingertips.
Simple steps to recover data from Western Digital My Book World external hard drive:
Step 1: Install this prominent tool in your computeror laptop and connect the Western Digital My Book World external disk to it. Launch Western Digital Recovery software and selecet "Recover Drives" option as shown in Fig 1.
Figure 1: Main Screen
Step 2: Select your Western Digital My Book World external hard drive from the list of logical drives and click on "Next" to start scanning as shown in Fig 2
Figure 2: Select Western Digital My Book World Drive
Step 3: After the scanning of Western Digital My Book World drive is finished, you can see a list of recovered data as shown in below figure 3.
Figure 3: Restored Data