Recover Data from Iomega Home Media Drive

With the aid of Removable Drive Recovery utility, you can easily retrieve data from Iomega Home Media drive and other external hard drives. Data files from crashed, formatted and inaccessible Iomega drives can be recovered in just 3 simple mouse clicks- Select -> Scan -> Save. Download the software for free noe!!!

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Iomega Home Media drive is very popular storage drive as it offers better resistance, durability and data transfer speed. With such prominent features, it has an undesired aspect also. Like other drives, it is also not safe from data loss. Although you are facing this problem because of a single reason but in actual, there are plenty of factors that can be accused of data loss on Iomega drive.  Time to time a user needs to upgrade hard drive by keeping usable stuff on the drive and removing unwanted stuff. Your hard drive may have a number of useless files or junk information that is really not required by you. Program files and setup, temporary internet files, browser junk like download history, search history cache, cookies, etc take precious memory space on the hard drive. Being aware of this fact, the majority of users run CCleaner or other application to delete junk information from the drive. Sometimes, it may be regretful for them when they come to know about the deletion of a few important files. Luckily, it has become pretty easy to restore hard disk data with third-party data recovery applications.

Similarly, the use of Shift + Delete keys or emptying Recycle Bin or Trash Bin also results in data loss if the users performed this action without considering the importance of files that were supposed to delete. Even if you use simple Delete command to delete a file, there will not be an option to get it back from Recycle Bin or Trash. Corruption to the storage drives is a usual problem that users are experiencing. It may be due to virus attack, formation of bad sectors on the drive, file system corruption and other similar reasons after that data saved on the drive become inaccessible. This is the stage where the user needs a brilliant solution to recover data from corrupted Iomega portable drives.

It is always a good initiative to keep important files saved on some other removable drives so that it can be utilized as backup whenever you meet any unexpected data loss and want to recover data from Iomega Home Media drive. Also, you need to handle these portable drives carefully, for example, do not unplug it when it is in use or data is being transferred. Scan it regularly with an anti-virus program. Do not format the drive after finding it corrupted or inaccessible. If you have formatted portable drive, refer this page http://www.removabledriverecovery.com/formatted.html to get an easy way to restore data.

However, mistakes are usual and data loss may happen at any instant so the users are suggested to have an efficient Removable Drive Recovery application on your computer. It is the best software recommended by industry experts to restore data from formatted, corrupted, dead or inaccessible portable drives. It offers data recovery from Iomega, Toshiba, Maxtor, Seagate, Western Digital, Hitachi and other popular brands of portable drives. You can use this app to restore data from SSD also. For more details about SSD drive data recovery, visit at http://www.removabledriverecovery.com/ssd.html.

Steps to recover Iomega home media drive:

1: Connect your Iomega Home Media drive to the computer and launch this software. From home window, select "Recover Drives" option.

Recover Data from Iomega Home Media Drive - Home Window

Figure 1: Home Window

2: Now, select Iomega drive from given list of logical drives and click on "Next" option to start the scanning operation.

Iomega Home Media Drive Data Recovery - Select Iomega Drive

Figure 2: Select Iomega Drive

3: Once scanning is completed, the software displays a list of recovered data as shown in Figure 3.

Restore Data from Iomega Home Media Drive - Recovered Data

Figure 3: Recovered Data

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