As you all know that a physical hard disk of a computer is divided into two or more sectors and each sector is called known as logical drive. In fact, logical partition in any computer hard drive is made in order to segregate various types of files from each other such as system related files, and user’s data files. However, enormous data files stored in each logical drive is significant for both system and user, and so by chance any sort of failure of the logical drive is not bearable to any user. Failure of logical drive may happen due to several factors leading to huge amount of data loss.
What actually failure of logical drive mean?
Failure of logical drive refers to non-physical failure that can be either easy or difficult issue to deal with. Here, the file structure of the hard disk drive gets damaged rather than physical damage to the hard drive. The logical drive of a hard drive gets damaged and failed due to various reasons.
Scenarios causing failure of the logical drive:
- Hard drive fail to boot: Basically, the first sector of the hard drive holds Master Boot Record, which gives necessary information to the operating system to boot. When this Master Boot Record gets corrupt, then the hard drive fails to boot
- Abnormal system shutdown: Shutting down the system either intentionally or unintentionally can damage the file structure of the hard disk drive resulting in inaccessibility of the hard drive
- Operating system errors: Due to harmful viruses, malicious programs, and corrupted system files, you may encounter errors in the operating system or registry that in turn leads to logical failure of the hard drive
- Unintentional deletion of files: Unintentionally deleting, formatting, partitioning, and reformatting the hard drive incorrectly causes corruption in the file structure and failure of the logical drive
All the above said scenarios causes failure of logical drives. Disappearing of files, reduced performance of the system, logical drive errors, etc. are all the indication of imminent logical drive failure. It is advised to back up your hard drive, when you experience this manifestation. In case, if you are suffering from logical failure without having data backup, then make use of Remo Recover software to recover failed logical drive data with ease.
How to recover failed logical drive?
Remo Recover is the most trusted and ideal tool that restores data from failed logical drive. It is built with advanced disk scanning mechanism that deeply scans each and every sectors of failed hard drive to retrieve failed logical drive’s data. To recover data from logically failed drive, all you need to do is download, install, and run the free demo version of this software on your Mac system. It creates a disk image of the failed logical drive and then retrieves data from it by scanning those disk images. After the completion of recovery process, it allows you to view the recovered files in either File Type View or Data View. Now, you have evaluated the performance of the tool, and if satisfied, then purchase the full version and save the recovered files at your destination place.
Significant features of Remo Recover:
- Remo Recover comes out with “Save Recovery Session” feature in demo version so that you can avoid rescanning of the drive while running the full version of the tool. By using “Save Recovery Session” option, you can save the recovered files without rescanning the drive
- More than 300 types of files such as videos, pictures, music files, games, Word files, excel sheets, PowerPoint files, system files, etc. can be easily recovered with this tool
- It easily retrieves files from formatted, reformatted, partitioned, repartitioned, corrupted, damaged, or crashed logical drives
- Compatible on all versions of Mac OS X including Sierra, El Capitan, Yosemite, Mountain Lion, Snow Leopard, Mavericks, etc.
- Supports data recovery from hard drives having different file systems such as FAT16, FAT32, ExFAT, HFS, HFSX, and HFS+
- Besides hard drive, it also restores data from USB flash drive, pen drive, memory card, jump drive, thumb drive, FireWire drive, etc.