recover deleted files from western digital my book

Western Digital (WD) has released a popular external hard drives called Western Digital My Book. This external hard disk has a high capacity that can store large media files with ultimate speed. It is designed with a dual USB connectivity of 3.0 and 2.0 so that you can connect it to computer easily. You can use WD my book to store your videos, music and photos, documents, and other files.

However, there are many reasons which may cause data loss from WD My Book external hard drive.
– Users may format your WD my Book external hard drive  by mistake
– Western Digital My book may be infected by virus
– WD external hard disk may be corrupted
– Files may be lost due to accident deletion

So how to recover deleted files from Western Digital My Book external hard drive? There’s no recycle bin in Western digital my book, so you will need to use some professional external hard drive data recovery tool. Here’s the solution: WD external hdd data recovery

The WD data recovery solution is easy to follow and can recover deleted/formatted photos, videos, songs, documents and other files and folders from WD external hard disk.

To increase the chance of WD hard disk data recovery, you’d better stop using the external hard drive to prevent new files to be written to external hard drive. Because new files could overwrite the space of deleted files which may make the not recoverableWestern-Digital-My-Book-Essential-4TB

You can read more about data recovery

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