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How to Recover Deleted Data, Lost Data from Maxtor External Hard Drive

April 1, 2018 / Updated by Kenny to Maxtor External Hard Drive Data Recovery

Deleted or formatted your Maxtor External Hard Drive and want to restore files including photos, pictures, music, videos, document files, programs and even games from it? Using data eraser program to accidentally clean the Maxtor External Hard Drive and need to retrieve some critical files? It's not too late to get your lost data back. Basically, data loss from Maxtor External Hard Drive including two situations: logical and physical. Logical data loss from Maxtor external hard drive always caused by system corruption, virus attacks, unwanted formatting, wrong deletion, re-partitioning, file system structures corruption, unexpected system shutdown or application failure and a sudden power failure or surge. In above situations, your computer still recognizes the Maxtor External Hard Drive but not the files that are inside it, and then Maxtor External Hard Drive Data Recovery software can restore all lost data from it.

Shining External Hard Drive Data Recovery allows you perform file recovery from Maxtor external hard drive. All files can be retrieved stored on Maxtor external hard drive including documents, PDF files, Excels, Texts, photos, pictures, images, videos, movies, archives and more other file types.

3 Steps to Recover Data from Maxtor External Hard Drive

Step 1 Run Maxtor Hard Drive Data Recovery software

Connect your Maxtor external hard drive with the computer. Download, install Shining External Hard Drive Data Recovery software on your computer and then doubt click it to launch it.

Step 2 Scan Data from Maxtor External Hard Drive

Click "Start" and select the Maxtor portable hard drive as aim disk and click "Scan".

Step 3 Preview Files and Recovery

After scanning, you can preview the found files and click "Recover" button to retrieve them back from the Maxtor external hard drive. Please save all the recovered files on a different drive or device in case of data over written.