Recover Data from Seagate FreeAgent Drive

Removable Drive Recovery software offers easy recovery of deleted or lost files rom Seagate Freeagent hard drive. Get the free trial version now to recover and preview the recovered files for absolutely free. Download the software now and get back all your files!!!

Finest utility to recover data from Seagate FreeAgent drive!

External hard drives are the best alternative to save valuable data as backup. In this reference, Seagate is a well-known brand that offers reliable and durable external hard drives. FreeAgent is one such most popular portable hard drives from Seagate that delivers high performance and better compatibility on different computers/laptops that are running on various OS platform. Users prefer to save videos, movies, photos, music, documents and all other files that they think important and don’t wish to lose forever, on this external drive. Obviously, it is a good idea since it minimizes the chances of data loss but not completely.

You may encounter data loss on Seagate external drive after several mistakes that you could do while using it to save or retrieve data. Since FreeAgent drive is also a removable storage media and open to different data loss calamities, you should avoid common mistakes that other do and lose their data. However, if you are running into such an unexpected tragedy, you can take advantage of the proficient tool like Removable Drive Recovery to restore portable drive data.

This is how you lose data from Seagate FreeAgent portable drive!

  • Users are habitual of ejecting the external HDD before it is disconnected properly. Such abrupt ejection of the drive without using the safe removal process may result in data loss or it may render the drive corrupted or crashed. Luckily, now it is very easy to restore data from crashed external hard drive with the software.
  • You may need to launch the Seagate FreeAgent hard drive data recovery after file system corruption issue. Sometimes, using the drive with the computers that are running with different OS environment or erroneous file system conversion process may result in damaged or corrupted file system.
  • When you encounter format error message, go ahead to format the drive. Once you do this mistake, you lose entire data from the drive. Although it is not an end, you can restore formatted drive data with the Removable Drive Recovery app. To know more, click on
  • While performing disk management operations, often a user end with deleted or lost partitions and lose valuable data.
No matter how and why you are facing data loss, simply employ third-party Removable Drive Recovery software and recover data from Seagate FreeAgent drive. It has an automated drive scanning engine to identify and restore data from kinds of removable drives like USB flash drives, flash cards, external hard drives, etc. Users are facilitated to use this app on all preferred Mac and Windows machines to recover data from Seagate FreeAgent drive. It offers powerful data recovery features to restore drives formatted with NTFS, FAT16, FAT32, exFAT, HFSX and HFS+ file system. You can utilize this tool to restore data from external HDD and SSD from various brands like Toshiba, Hitachi, Seagate, Western Digital, Samsung and many others. A user can refer this link to perform formatted Kingston USB drive recovery with this app.

Steps to restore Seagate FreeAgent drive:

1: Connect your Seagate FreeAgent drive to the system and launch this application. From home screen, click on "Recover Drives" option to start the recovery process.

Recover Data from Seagate FreeAgent Drive - Home Screen

Figure 1: Home Screen

2: Now, select Seagate FreeAgent drive from the displayed list of logical drives and click on "Next" tab to begin the scanning operation.

Seagate FreeAgent Drive Data Recovery - Select Seagate FreeAgent Drive

Figure 2: Select Seagate FreeAgent Drive

3: Once the scanning operation is completed, you will get a list of recovered files as shown in Figure 3.

Restore Data from Seagate FreeAgent Drive - Restored Data

Figure 3: Restored Data

For Leopard (10.5) and
Snow Leopard (10.6) Users

For Lion (10.7),
Mountain Lion (10.8), & Above