How to Get Back Lost Partitions?

If you’re the one who is suffering from this scenario then, this page will surely help you out in getting a solution to your problem. Losing partitions or partitions getting corrupted is becoming a common scenario for data loss now a days and this may put you in lots of trouble too, as partitions may content very vital data like official documents, projects and some memorable photos, favorite songs, movies etc. All these might get out of your reach and become inaccessible, due to some silly mistakes or some unexpected reasons.

You might get panic after this incident? But relax today there is an answer to all these questions. Due to the advancement of technology finding lost data from computer partition is possible, all you need to do is use the recover deleted partition software. It is best in its class and can help you to undelete data from lost/ missing partitions. Not only this there are many more reasons, due to which data from partition may get deleted. The software even works magically to get back data from deleted partitions. Before moving with software features, have a look at some data loss scenarios.

Partitioning errors: Hard drive is divided into sub drive so that efficiency of computer is increased. Partition is a common process but it should be carried out in a proper way or else it may make your partition corrupted and make you lose all your important data.

Reformatting errors: When you want to change the file system of your computer partition from FAT32 to NTFS or vice versa. You need to perform reformatting. If the result of reformatting is successful then no worries, if this gets end by errors then it may make your partition corrupted by making you lose all your data.

System crash: It is one of the severe data loss scenarios under which whole of the system gets crashed due to some unexpected interrupt. After which your computer may fail to boot and might show you blue dead screen on trying to start it. Resulting in unreachable partitions.

Abrupt system termination: This kind of data loss may occur when you're working on your computer without any UPS back for a power surge. Power surge may lead your computer to terminate abruptly and may result in partition corrupt.

Forget all your problems related to partition with the use of recover deleted partition software. Which is built with a strong algorithm that can search files over 300 that too with different file formats by performing a deep scan of the corrupted partition/disk. It comes with the easy to use user interface and get back data from lost partition, missing, corrupted and deleted partitions. Software supports data retrieval from Windows 7, XP Vista and other higher version of the operating system. Developers have developed a Mac version for the Mac users. Tool is present in two version demo and full version. To know more about the software you can click here.

Simple steps Find lost partitions:

Step 1: Install the downloaded demo version of the software. The main window is displayed as shown in Figure 1. Once the software is launched, click on the “Recover partitions / drives” option and proceed further as shown in Figure 1.

Main Window

Figure 1 : Main Window

Step 2: Now in the next window you need to hit the “Partition Recovery” button and proceed to the next step as shown in Figure 2.

Select Option

Figure 2 : Select Option

Step 3: Next you need to select the drive/partition that you want to undelete as shown in Figure 3.

Select Physical Drive

Figure 3 : Select Physical Drive

Step 4: When you click "Next" you get an option to search for a particular file based on its unique signature by selecting the file type from the list that is displayed as shown in Figure 4. You also have an option to "Skip" this step.

Select File Type

Figure 4 : Select File Type

Step 5: In the next window you can view the restored files in either Data Type View or File Type View.You can preview the entire rescued data and save it

Rescued Data

Figure 5 : Rescued Data

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