Your dilemma began on the day you plugged your external hard drive into your computer’s USB port, and your computer failed to recognize it. You tried using it on other computers, only to get the same result. You have no back up and you need the files that and say your drive. What can you do to retrieve the data you stored and now may be lost because your drive has rash? Before you without a bunch of cash and spend it all on data recovery, you should know that media device manufacturers created applications that can recover the files from an external hard drive. Referred to as external hard drive recovery application, this software was designed to be installed and run in the damaged drive. Another computer (or hard drive) is needed to store the data you want to save. Utilizing the external hard drive recovery is actually the first option for a broken external/removable hard drive. There is plenty of such software available on the internet. Some are free but most come with a price.
These applications have very easy-to-follow instructions that will basically walk you through the entire recovery process, so there should be no trouble using them. Carefully select the application that is most efficient. Reading data recovery reviews and forums can assist you in picking the right one.