Drive retrieval is the means of regaining data and restoring a drive into the last known good setup, after having a system/hard drive crashes or has been corrupted/damaged.
It enables a hard drive to recoup from a momentary failure and restore it to ordinary working state together with data that had been deleted, inaccessible or lost.
Hard drive recovery is generally achieved through hard drive recovery program. Logical errors like accidental deletion and data corruption can also be repaired by using hard drive recovery applications that could extract all data, except it was uninstalled in the disk sector.
Hard drive recovery may be achieved by hand by simply connecting the hard disk into another computer with a SATA, ATA or USB port. Moreover, drive recovery additionally involves copying and recovering data out of dead forces and adjusting physical harm into a hard disk.
Hard drive recovery for physically damaged drives requires repairing and replacing faulty component(s)/part(s). In this scenario, the data is not deleted or corrupted but requires the hard disk to be in physically operational form before data can be accessed from it.