Lost Partition Recovery

Reformatted Partition Recovery on Windows

With the introduction of NTFS file system by Microsoft in its next generation series of operating system, data management has gained new heights. NTFS and newly launched NTFS5 file systems are the best to organize files and folders on the hard drive. Due to this, many people around the globe have changed the file system on their drives from old FAT file system to NTFS or NTFS5. However, changing file system, i.e. Reformatting, leads to formatting of the concerned drive; Have you also lost files after reformatting? Are you looking to restore data from reformatted partitions on your Windows PC? No need to bother much! Straightaway, download Lost Partition Recovery tool to get back lost files and folders from reformatted hard disk partitions.

Like others, you may be trying to change file system of hard disk partition on your personal computer. If without prior knowledge, you go and to such task, then it can result in data loss. Before you reformat or format partition, it’s good to take backup of important files and folders on some other drive / partition. However, if you have forgotten to take the data backup and your important files are lost, Lost Partition Recovery tool is there for you. With its advanced drive scanning technologies it will retrieve data from repartitioned desktop HDD with ease. You can quickly get back lost images, documents, presentations, videos, songs, games, and lot more from your reformatted partition on Windows PC.

Moreover, hard disk partitions on Windows PC might even reformat by improperly using Windows Disk Management utility. This utility can be use to format, reformat, delete, shrink, or extend hard disk partitions. Similarly, without taking appropriate data backup, you go and use it to reformat partition, then data loss can happen. Also during Windows reinstallation, partitions might lost or become corrupt. This tool has designed with powerful scanning engines and advanced algorithms that helps to retrieve files from FAT 32 drive lost due to hard drive corruption while trying to install multi operating system.Therefore, to perform data recovery from lost partitions after Windows reinstall, you can use Lost Partition Recovery software. It will even recover WD hard drive data after partition table corruption or Windows reinstallation.

This software is being reviewed by many industry experts and has received lot of awards for its excellent performance. Whether you have reformatted your partition or data is lost after boot sector corruption, this software will retrieve lost files without any modification. You can simply get back more than 300 different types of files from various data storage drives, like hard drive, memory card, USB drive, iPod, FireWire drive, etc. Other than re-formatted partition recovery, it facilitates you to restore files from corrupt partition, formatted partition with extreme simple steps. It is compatible on Windows 7, Windows XP, Windows Vista, Windows Server 2008, and Windows Server 2003. Mac version of this professional tool is also available for download, which can be use on Mac OS X Lion, Leopard, and Snow Leopard.

Steps to get back data from reformatted partition on Windows

Step 1: Open main screen of the software and choose "Recover Partitions / Drives" from the given options as shown in figure 1.

Get Back Data from Reformatted Partition on Windows - Select Recover Partitions / Drives

Figure 1: Select Recover Partitions / Drives

Step 2: Now select the reformatted hard disk partition from the list of logical drives and press "Next" button to start the data recovery procedure as shown in figure 2.

Get Back Data from Reformatted Partition on Windows - Select Partition

Figure 2: Select Partition

Step 3: Check the list of recovered files in "Data View" as shown in figure 3.

Get Back Data from Reformatted Partition on Windows - Recovered Files

Figure 3: Recovered Files

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