If your hard drive is logically damaged, there’s a chance that you can recover your data using in-computer techniques. If your drive has crashed or is corrupted, your data can become inaccessible. You can use the Disk Management utility on both Windows and Mac to fix this issue to access this data.
Follow these steps to recover your files using the Disk Management utility:
Press Windows + X and select the Disk Management option.
Look for the crashed hard drive in the Disk Management panel
If the hard drive is visible, you may format it to fix any errors and make the data accessible.
Recover Data using the CMD Prompt
The CMD or Command Prompt is another method that can be used to repair issues with a corrupt or crashed hard drive. While it might appear slightly technical, you run the CHKDSK command on your PC to fix problems without formatting your drive.
Here’s how you can run the CHKDSK command and repair your hard drive:
Press Win + X, and select the Command Prompt (Admin) option.
Type chkdsk and press Enter to analyze the errors in your damaged hard drive.
Type chkdsk C: /f /r/x to fix the drive
or Last you can try out some data recovery software. I hope these methods will help you out.