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Restore Lost Data From Formatted HP EliteBook Laptops


Restore Lost Data From Formatted HP Elitebook Laptop


HP EliteBook is a brand of premium business-class notebooks and mobile workstations made by Hewlett-packard. In recent years the HP EliteBooks have distinguished themselves in the business world thanks to an exterior design. In short, the EliteBooks look cool and are built tough. What HP is trying to say is that these notebooks are stylish, offer excellent performance, deliver a premium feel, provide efficient power management for long battery life, and are very well built to survive the rigors of business use. These notebooks withstand greater wear and tear than a typical laptop. Have you formatted your HP EliteBook Laptops? And now struggling to get back those lost data…..!

Are you worried about how to restore the lost data from formatted HP EliteBook laptop? No need to worry about it. Using efficient data recovery software you can restore the lost data from formatted HP EliteBook laptops in an easy and much more efficient method. You can even use it to restore digital pictures from formatted Kingston DataTraveler USB drive. Unfortunately data loss is a common problem nowadays. Our Unformat data recovery software recovers deleted, formatted, lost and other files from HP EliteBook laptops. Similarly Unformat Recovery Software helps you to recover all types of files. This software helps you out in recovering the files when you format the HP EliteBook accidentally or intentionally. However, by using data recovery tools you can even retrieve deleted data from formatted hard disk on Windows 7 and Mac OS.

Some of the scenarios in which the data may be lost:

When you accidentally or intentionally formatted the drive may lead to loss of data. Your hard drive may corrupt due to continuous power surge, drive not formatted error due to this error all stored data become inaccessible may lead to loss of data. Files may delete due to influence of third party application, virus attack and other malicious components such as malware/spyware and some improper synchronization process increases the probability of file deletion. Whatever may be the reason, you can recover the lost data using unformat data. the tool is specially built to recover formatted drive files.


Deleting or formatting won't make the data in your hard drive erased permanently. These data are not accessible at that short moment. It may just remove the file name and file entries, but your data still remain unchanged. So it will search and recover your files due to format. All the files from the hard disk drive can be retrieved until it is overwritten by some other files with the help of this software. You can also use this software to recover files from formatted USB drive in just a few mouse clicks.

It is always advisable to take proper backup of important files and folders before formatting. But suddenly if you format the drive unknowingly then this Unformat Mac data recovery softwarehelps you out in recovering these files. This software scans entire hard drive and restores files based on their unique signatures and you can use this software to restore files from corrupt microSDHC Transcend flash memory card and other storage devices.

Few easy steps to recover data from formatted hard drive on Windows 7:

  1. Download and install Unformat Data on your computer and Launch the software by double clicking on the desktop shortcut
  2. On home page, select "Recover Partitions / Drives" as shown in fig 1
  3. Restore lost data from formatted HP EliteBook laptops - Select Partition / Drives

    Fig 1: Select Partition / Drives


  4. Now select "Formatted / Reformatted Recovery" and select the drive from which you need to recover data as shown in fig 2
  5. Restore lost data from formatted HP EliteBook laptops - Select Formatted Hard Drive

    Fig 2: Select Formatted Hard Drive

  6. Finally, check the recovered files and folders in "Data View" as shown in fig 3
  7. Restore lost data from formatted HP EliteBook laptops - Check Recovered Data

    Fig 3: Check Recovered Data

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