Recover Your Deleted File from System Crashed Computer in 3 Steps

By creating bootable media to recover data from crashed Windows system

Select a USB Flash Drive

Select a mode to create a bootable drive, USB, or CD/DVD. ONERECOVERY will automatically detect the connected media after you connect it to your computer

Create Bootable

Click the "Format now" button to move on. Please note that formatting will erase all data on your selected drive, so make sure that they have been backed up beforehand in case of data loss.

Set PC StartUp

Get a stepwise guide on how to recover your data from a crashed system using bootable media. The whole process will take you minutes, please be patient

Support Various Loss Scenarios&File Formats

With years dedicated to data recovery, ONERECOVERY offers you a higher recovery file quality and success rate

Data Loss Scenarios

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Windows System Crash Symptoms

Rescue your data from cases of any operating system crash or starting problems

Blue&Black Screen of Death

Some driver Issues like incompatible, outdated, or malfunctioning device drivers can cause a BSOD, which may lead to computer crashes.

Insufficient System Resources

If a computer is running with insufficient resources, such as low memory (RAM) or limited hard drive space, it can result in crashes.

Software or Application Malfunction

When software malfunctions, a computer crash may occur, and it may fail to save or retrieve data and even corrupt or delete data.

Incompatible or Outdated Drivers

Outdated or incompatible drivers can cause conflicts and instability, leading to computer crashes.

Software Incompatibility

Incompatible or poorly written software applications can cause computer crashes. This can be due to conflicts with other software, or bugs within the application itself.

Power Surges or Outages

Sudden power surges or outages can lead to data loss if the computer is not properly protected with an uninterruptible power supply (UPS).

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Why Choose ONERECOVERY to Recover Windows 10/11?

ONERECOVERY features an intuitive interface and a high system recovery rate for a crash Windows. Any individuals, even newbies, could easily recover lost/deleted files with a few clicks with this window recovery tool.

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With ONERECOVERY, it can help you recover data after the system crashes. By creating a bootable drive, it accesses the data and gets them back.

Multiple Windows Brand & Models Supported

The high-tech data recovery tool can easily recover lost data from almost any crashed Windows device or storage media. ONERECOVERY supports data retrieval from Windows 10/11 and various brands, including Dell, HP, Lenovo, Microsoft, Asus, Acer, Razer, and many more.

Effective Retrieval of All Types of Files

No matter what types of files are in your crashed computers, ONERECOVERY can scan, detect, and recover all documents in time. The Deep Scan mode of the software enables you to detect more than 1,000 types of files. Bring them back all at once with ease!

Intuitive Interface & Straightforward Recovery Process

Our interface is designed to be intuitive and smooth enough for users to recover data from a crashed OS with ease. With the stepwise process, even newbies can initiate and succeed in data recovery. Say goodbye to computer issues such as blue/green/black screen of death.

Reviews and Users Comment

Jerry S. Lutz

"After purchasing the software, it was simple to set up and recover all of my lost data from two HDD in RAW format. Excellent solution for anyone experiencing data loss; I whole heartedly endorse it."

Robert Moffatt

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Jeannie Criswell

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Ellen Owens

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"ONERECOVERY has earned my trust and gratitude. My SD card containing years of work-related documents was accidentally corrupted, and I was in a state of panic. However, this software recovered all my files with utmost precision. It’s a must-have tool for anyone who values their data. "

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Frequently Asked Questions

What happens if the operating system crashes?

  • A sudden operating system crash may cause a system freeze or blur screen of death, so your data may face loss if it’s being written to a storage device. lt primarily depends on the circumstances around the crash. However, Windows will usually automatically reboot normally after a crash. This is done in an attempt to recover from the error and restore normal operation. However, if the cause of the crash is not resolved, the system may enter a cycle of crashing and rebooting.

How to recover data from crashed Windows 10/11?

  • Data recovery from crashed Windows 10 is easy when you have a backup, however, if not, ONERECOVERY enables you to perform successful data recovery from crashed Windows 10 when your computer cannot boot properly.
  • Step 1. Create a bootable disk
  • Launch ONERECOVERY, click ‘System Crashed Computer’ and select an empty USB to create the bootable drive, and click ‘Create’
  • Warning: When you create a bootable disk, ONERECOVERY will erase all data saved in the USB drive. Back up important data beforehand.
  • Step 2. Boot your computer from the bootable USB
  • Connect the bootable disk to the PC that won’t boot and change your computer boot sequence in BIOS.
  • Set to boot the PC from "Removable Devices" (bootable USB disk) beyond Hard Drive. Press "F10" to save and exit.
  • Step 3. Recover data from a crashed system/PC
  • After booting from ONERECOVERY bootable disk, select the drive you want to scan to find all your lost files. Preview and recover the files you need to a safe location.

How do I get files off a computer that won’t turn on?

  • If your computer doesn’t turn on, you can remove the internal HDD and connect it to a working computer using a hard drive enclosure. Also, you can contact professional data recovery companies that can recover your data for you.

What are the requirements for making a bootable USB?

  • To create a bootable USB, you will need the following:
  • 1. A USB Drive: Ensure it has enough storage capacity to hold the operating system you want to install.
  • 2. Operating System Image: Obtain the installation files for the operating system you want to install. This is typically available as an ISO file.
  • 3. Bootable USB Software: You'll need a tool that can write the operating system image onto the USB drive and make it bootable. Examples include Rufus, UNetbootin, or the Windows Media Creation Tool.
  • 4. A Computer with USB Ports: You'll need a computer with available USB ports to connect both the USB drive and the computer where you want to install the OS.
  • 5. Administrative Privileges: Depending on the software you use, you may need administrative privileges to run the tool and create a bootable USB.
  • 6. Stable Internet Connection (Optional): Some tools may require an internet connection to download additional files or updates during the process.
  • Remember to back up any important data on the USB drive, as creating a bootable USB involves formatting it, which will erase all existing data.

What to Do When Computer Won't Boot?

  • Taking the following steps systematically can help diagnose and resolve the issue preventing your computer from booting properly. If problems persist, seek professional assistance for further troubleshooting and resolution.
  • 1. Ensure Stable Power Source:
  • Confirm that the power source is stable and properly connected to prevent potential boot issues stemming from power fluctuations.
  • 2. Check Display Functionality:
  • Verify if the display is functioning correctly by connecting your computer to another monitor and restarting it. This helps rule out potential display-related problems.
  • 3. Inspect Operating System:
  • Examine the operating system for potential malfunctions. Look for registry file alterations or the deletion of critical system files that could be impeding the boot process.
  • 4. Review BIOS Settings:
  • Access the BIOS settings to ensure no data has been inadvertently overwritten. The BIOS is crucial for loading the operating system, and corruption can lead to boot failures.
  • 5. Guard Against Malware:
  • Safeguard your system against malware attacks, which can disrupt normal operation. Update firewall settings and employ reputable anti-malware tools to prevent such unwelcome situations.

How do I find the recovery key?

  • Your BitLocker recovery key is a special 48-digit numerical password. It serves as a backup to unlock your system in case BitLocker needs extra verification to ensure that accessing the system drive is authorized. In a word, it's like an extra password. Users may visit Microsoft website to find the recovery key.