Once you’ve concluded that you want to use REMO for NTFS partition recovery, installed the software on a healthy system and plugged your hard drive that has the formated partition on it into the healthy computer as a secondary slave device then you are ready to recover the files. First you should check to ensure that the BIOS of your computer recognizes the hard drive you plugged in. You can do this by restarting your computer and when the black screen appears with white lettering displaying what the components of your computer are, click pause and make sure that it has your secondary drive listed there. Once confirmed, resume and proceed to your operating system and launch the REMO application. The REMO application should be on your desktop if you elected to have an icon placed there. REMO can perform Microsoft Office file recovery and regular deleted file recovery as well.
Now that the software has opened up you can proceed through the steps. You’ll notice the attention to detail that REMO took to ensure everything is perfectly outlined. Not to mention the well document help guides that are there to assist you along the way. First select that you want to recover your data and proceed to the page where you select the hard drive and partition that the files were on. You’ll want to select the secondary drive that you confirmed was in showing up in the BIOS and then select the formated partition as well. Once REMO yields results you can sort through the files and decide what you want and what you don’t want to recover. Then, on the final step of the software select a safe and secure location to store the files.