Toshiba is one among the most popular company in manufacturing electronic gadgets. Electronic devices such as laptops, desktops, notebooks, pen drives, external hard drives, etc. has gained popularity in the world of computer. Sometimes laptops or desktops can be obstructed with malicious programs leading to malfunctioning. Hanging of data while read or write operation might slow-down the system speed and performance.


To fix such chronic issue without bearing a second thought you might factory reset the hard drive, if this happens; the entire data on the hard drive will be wiped out permanently and essentially cleans the files that was not present when you activated the devices for the first time. Factory reset on hard drive will effectively erase all the data stored on the hard disk including programs, applications, etc. that were previously loaded on hard drive to its original settings. Factory reset of electronic devices like laptops, hard drives, desktops, phones, notebooks etc. is just like reformatting the devices.

If you have ever performed factory reset on Toshiba hard drive without having any backups, do not worry and think about losing of your data permanently. Here is an award winning software to recover Toshiba data which is developed by IT crews that helps to recover Toshiba hard drive data after factory reset in a few simple mouse clicks. Toshiba recovery after format can be performed with the help of this application software.

Scenarios to undergo a Toshiba hard drive factory reset are as follows:

  • Some deadly virus infected on Toshiba hard drive which cannot be removed by using antivirus software can be destroyed by performing factory reset.
  • Malfunctioning hard drive issue can be fixed by factory reset.
  • If the system speed slow-downs, to achieve better performance factory reset is done.
  • To remove non-essential data and to free up some memory space on the hard drive, factory reset is performed.

Apart from above scenarios, knowingly or unintentionally performing factory reset will completely erase the data from hard drive and returns the device to its original state without any installed software, applications, documents, stored pictures or saved contacts. At some point of time, you might in need of wiped out data. You may fall in dilemma: how to recover Toshiba hard drive data after factory reset?

Toshiba hard drive data recovery after factory reset software is the finest tool which scans the entire hard drive in a couple of minutes to retrieve Toshiba hard drive files after factory reset. This software easily recovers the data from the formatted Toshiba hard disk. It also helps in recovering erased/deleted/lost data from various storage devices such as SD card, CF card, USB drives, memory cards, etc. without any level of difficulties. This software can be used to recover deleted files from external hard drive with an ease. This app easily recovers the data after factory reset from various versions of Windows as well as on Different Mac Operating system.

Steps to Recover Toshiba Hard Drive Data After Factory Reset:

Step 1: Download Toshiba hard drive recovery application and install on the system. In case of Toshiba external hard drive connect the hard drive to the system.Then you will get a main screen that consists of three main options among which you need to select “Recover Drives” option.

Recover Files from Toshiba Pen Drive - Home Page

Fig 1 : Home Page

Step 2: On the next screen select either “Partition Recovery” or “Formatted / Reformatted Recovery” option based on the scenario encountered to restore data after factory reset from Toshiba hard drive and click on “Next” option.

Recover Files from Toshiba Pen Drive - Select Toshiba Pen Drive

Fig 2 : Select Toshiba Pen Drive

Step 3: Once the recovery is complete you can just view the restored files to ensure that all your files are recovered, using “Preview” button. Then purchase the software to save the recovered data on the desired path.

Recover Files from Toshiba Pen Drive - Save Screen

Fig 3 : Save Screen

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