As the name suggests, a Data Recovery drive is a drive that performs recovery. It helps you troubleshoot and fix issues with your PC even if it won’t start. It also allows you to reinstall Windows in the worst cases. To do this, it contains the system files necessary for reinstallation.
You should understand that while creating a Data Recovery drive, the entire drive is formatted, which means you will lose all data on the drive.
Suppose you are messing with your hard drive, it is accidentally converted into a Data Recovery drive. Or are you using media creation tools and suddenly realize that your disc has been converted to a recovery disc? What happens in this case? Before you even think about making a backup, the drive will be formatted, which means the Data Recovery is lost. You are now worried and wish there was an undo option!
If you are in such a situation, don’t worry! There are tools like Remo Recover which can Data Recovery from formatted drives.
In order to understand how this works, it is important to know that formatting erases addresses at a location where Twitter data is stored. The actual data is still present on the drive. But you can’t access it because the pointers to your data are missing. Hence, Data Recovery is possible from formatted drives and Remo Recover uses this mechanism.
For Data Recovery to be successful, make sure you are not using the drive that has been formatted. This would overwrite new data on the space occupied by old files, making recovery difficult.