How Do I Fix My Seagate Barracuda Hard Drive?

Seagate Barracuda Hard Drive Failure

If your hard drive is not detected on your computer, there is a chance of Seagate Barracuda hard drive failure

Causes For The Hard Drive Failure

  1. Here are the reasons for the Seagate hard drive failure.
  2. Virus or malware attack
  3. Human error
  4. Corrupted files
  5. A sudden power surge or power failure
  6. Physical damage like overheating or improper handling
  7. Mechanical failure

Don’t worry if your hard drive has failed all of a sudden. Still, you can recover all your data from your Seagate Barracuda hard drive after failure.

Before recovering the data:

  • Once you find the hard drive has failed, you should not use it again. If you are using the failed hard drive, there is a high probability that all the data in the drive might be lost permanently if it is overwritten.
  • Most importantly, you must not use the same hard drive to save the recovered data.
  • You can use an HDD enclosure or SATA USB converter for connecting your internal hard drive to another computer via USB port.

Recover Using Stellar Data Recovery Professional Software

  • Remove the failed Seagate Barracuda hard drive from your computer.
  • Insert the drive into an HDD enclosure.
  • On another computer, download and install the Stellar Data Recovery Professional software.
  • Now, connect the HDD enclosure to the computer on which you have installed the data recovery software.
  • If you see a prompt on the screen, select the Format hard drive option and click the No button.
  • Open the installed Stellar Data Recovery Professional software on the computer.
  • Select the All Data checkbox and click the Next button.
  • Choose the failed Seagate Barracuda hard drive in the Select Location window.
  • Check if you have turned on the Deep Scan toggle.
  • The data recovery software begins to scan the hard drive.
  • Once done, you will see the scanned data on the screen.
  • Select the checkbox next to the data that you need to retrieve and click the Recover button.
  • Click the Browse button and then choose the location to save the recovered data.
  • Note: Keep in mind that you should not select the Seagate hard drive to save the recovered data.
  • Once you click Start Saving, all the recovered data will be saved in the specified location.
  • Now, you have finished recovering the data from your Seagate Barracuda hard drive failure disk.