“I am an IT professional and my job is to write programs and give presentation based on the project designed by me and my teammates. From past two and half months we worked on a project and prepared a report on my Acer Aspire One D260 laptop which is provided by the company itself. But two days to go for my presentation, I accidentally formatted Acer drive where I stored detailed information about the designed project and presentation! Now I can’t waste my crucial time in preparing reports and even it is not possible to do it within two days. So, can anyone tell me the best way how to restore Acer Aspire One D260 laptop data?”
Loss of data due to accidental format of drive is a common mistake done by most of the Acer system users. However, you don’t have to panic thinking about Acer Aspire One D260 recovery! Because, it is possible to recover Acer Aspire One D260 laptop data within a short duration of time. But to successfully perform data recovery on Acer Aspire One D260; first you need to avoid adding new content to your Acer drive. That is, soon after loss or deletion of data, you need to use an efficient and result oriented recovery tool such as Acer Data Recovery Software. This Acer hard drive data recovery tool has been developed with advanced features specially to help Acer users. Other than Acer Aspire One D260 recovery, this application can also be used for Acer Iconia Tab recovery.
There might be other reasons due to which you may lose data from Acer Aspire One D260 laptop such as unintentional deletion, file system corruption, damaged hard drive, deleted partition etc. Under all these disastrous moments, Acer Data Recovery Tool works effectively and also let you know how to restore Acer laptop data in just a matter of time.
Acer Data Recovery is a result oriented tool, which has been highly rated in the market in order to retrieve data from Acer Aspire One D260 laptop. Other than Acer Aspire One D260 recovery, this software also supports other models of Acer Aspire One laptop such as D250, D255, D257, etc. This utility has an ability to perform Acer partition recovery in order to recover data from lost or deleted partition. Using this recovery tool, you can even recover data from non booting drives. It can run on both Windows and Mac OS.
This software helps you to restore data from external storage devices. It can even restore data from RAID partitions. This tool supports recovery of 300 file types from your Acer storage device. It has easy to use interface, which provides onscreen instructions to know how to restore Acer Aspire One D260 laptop data without any technical guidance. It allows you to Preview restored data before saving. The recovered data can be sorted based on file type, size and name. This app can also be utilized to perform Acer Aspire One data recovery without any other difficulty. To Know more, check this link: https://www.acerdatarecovery.com/acer-aspire-one-data-recovery.html
Step 1: First get the demo version of Acer Data Recovery Tool and then set up the installation on the hard disk of your system. Double click on the shortcut desktop icon to launch the installed application and then choose “Recover Drives” option from the main screen as shown in Figure 1.
Figure 1: Main Window
Step 2: From the second screen, you need to select either "Partition Recovery" or "Formatted / Reformatted Recovery" option. Then, you will be able to get the list of drives that are present on the computer. Choose your Acer Aspire One D260 drive from which data is to be rescued and then click on “Next” button as shown in Figure 2.
Figure 2: Select Acer Aspire One D260 Hard Drive
Step 3: After the completion of recovery process, you can view the recovered data either in “File Type View” or “Data View” as shown in Figure 3.
Figure 3: Preview Restored Data
Step 4: You can save the current recovery session to avoid rescan of the drive as shown in Figure 4. In case you are happy with the restored results, then save the retrieved data, by purchasing the full version of the software.Click here to buy the software which is available freely online.
Figure 4: Save Recovered Data