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How To Recover Data From a Crashed Operating System

Recover Data From Crashed Operating System
Recover Data From Crashed Operating System

Although Windows 10 is right now the most popular desktop operating system, it’s not without its flaws. Windows 10 often face troubles while using Windows like BSOD errors, Driver errors, etc. If we don’t fix these minor errors, then it could trigger the bigger ones.

System crash or system corruption mostly occurs due to software issues that were left unfixed. Frequent BSOD errors, automatic restarts, delay in boot, etc. were the hint of System Crash.

Recover Data From Crashed Operating System

So, if you feel that your Windows 10 has crashed or about to crash, then it’s best to take a few precautions. So, in this article, we have decided to share some of the best methods to recover data from a Crashed operating system.

Things To Do If your PC is booting

Well, if you are able to boot into the Windows operating system, but at times crashes due to some fatal errors, then you need to immediately implement the methods given below.

1. SFC Command

The system file checker utility of Windows 10 is capable enough to deal with corrupted system files. So, if your PC at time crashes due to fatal errors, then you need to run this command. To run SFC Commands, follow the steps given below.

Run the SFC Command
Run the SFC Command
  • Right-click on the Windows icon and select ‘Command Prompt (Admin)’
  • On the command prompt window, type in 'sfc /scannow' and hit Enter.
  • Wait until the scan completes.

If the SFC utility finds any problem, it will fix it on its own. Once done, restart your computer and use it normally. You won’t deal with system crashes anymore.

2. DISM Command

Well, DISM command or Deployment Image & Servicing Management is another command which can fix lots of problems. The command is mostly used to restore system health. So, let’s check out how to use the DISM command to fix the system crash.

DISM Command
DISM Command
  • Right-click on the Windows icon and select ‘Command Prompt (Admin)’
  • On the command prompt window, type in 'DISM /Online /Cleanup-Image /RestoreHealth' and hit Enter.
  • Now, wait for a few minutes until the scan completes.

Once done, restart your computer and your operating system won’t crash anymore. If it still crashes, then follow the next methods.

Recover Data From Corrupted OS

In this method, we are going to use EaseUS data recovery to recover data from a crashed operating system. The software is mainly designed for data recovery cases of any operating system crash. So, let’s check out how to use EaseUS data recovery to recover data from a crashed operating system.

Step 1. First of all, launch EaseUS data recovery on a working computer. Select ‘USB Drive’ from the list and click on ‘Proceed’. Wait for few minutes until EaseUS data recovery creates a WinPE bootable disk.

Create a WinPE bootable disk
Create a WinPE bootable disk

Step 2. Once done, connect the bootable disk to the PC with the corrupted Windows system files. Restart the PC and press F2 during the start. This will run the EaseUS data recovery on the startup.

Step 3. Now it will show you the disk partitions. Select the disk where you want to recover data and then click on the ‘Scan’ button.

Select the disk and click on the 'Scan' button
Select the disk and click on the ‘Scan’ button

Step 4. Now, wait for a few minutes until the tool scans for the available data. Once done, it will list all file types that can be recovered.

List of files that can be recovered
List of files that can be recovered

Step 5. You can either choose to preview or click on the ‘Recover’ button to save the file. Make sure to choose a different drive or different USB to save the file.

Click on the 'Recover' button to save the file
Click on the ‘Recover’ button to save the file

That’s it, you are done! This is how you can use EaseUS data recovery to recover data from a Crashed operating system.

So above is all about How To Recover Data From Crashed Operating System. I hope this article helped you! Please share it with your friends also.

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Amir Hussain

Amir Hussain is the founder of Freemium World, a geek by nature and a professional Blog writer . I love to write about new technology trends, social media, hacking, blogging and much more.

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