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Formatted Partition Recovery

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Recover deleted data from formatted partitions in Windows

Partitions in Windows can be created using Disk Management Utility. While creating new partitions hard disk is formatted. You can create new partitions based on the file systems i.e., either as NTFS formatted partition or FAT formatted partition. In Windows 7 and Windows Vista by default, NTFS file system will be selected. NTFS (New Technology File System) is developed by Microsoft and is more advanced than FAT (File Allocation Table) file system.


A NTFS file system is more advanced than the FAT file system as the data processing and transfer rate in NTFS is higher than FAT. FAT file system lacks good security system, which makes it more prone to data loss. However, most of the pen drives still come with FAT file system. Sometimes, partitions in Windows may be accidentally or intentionally formatted resulting in loss or deletion of important data from the computer.


When a partition is formatted, do not think that the data is lost or deleted forever. Data from formatted partitions can be easily recovered using partition recover software. One of the best software to recover formatted partition is Recover Partition. This software has advanced an inbuilt algorithm that is capable of recovering deleted or lost data from any severe formatted data loss scenarios. It has the potential to undelete partition from failed hard drive of your desktop computer or laptop.

With the help of this action-oriented application you can redeem deleted partition files from FAT16, FAT32, NTFS, NTFS5, HFS+ and HFSX partitions/volumes with utmost ease.

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Procedure to recover files from formatted partition:


Step 1: After installing the demo version of formatted partition recovery software, launch it either by double clicking the shortcut icon present on the desktop or from programs menu. Once the software is launched, the main screen appears as shown in the Figure a


Windows Data Recovery Main Screen

Figure a : Main Window


Step 2: From the main screen click on "Recover Partitions / Drives" option. Then a new window opens in which you need to select “Formatted / Reformatted Recovery” option as shown in Figure b


Select drive - screen

Figure b : Formatted Partition Recovery


Step 3: Once you click on “Formatted / Reformatted Recovery” option, a new window appears displaying all the logical drives connected to the computer as shown in Figure c. From the list, select the formatted partition and click next


Option to select scan type screen

Figure c : Select Physical Drive


Step 4: Then the software starts scanning the selected partition and once the scan is completes, all the recovered data is displayed in a hierarchical manner in “Data View” or “File Type View” option as shown in Figure d


Recovered data - screen

Figure d : Data View / File Type View


Step 5: You can preview the recovered data by making use of “Preview” option. You can also save the scanned information into a file using "Save Recovery Session" option. Once you are satisfied with the recovery results, you can purchase the software and select the option “Open Recovery Session” to load the saved scanned information and save the recovered data either on a CD / DVD or any other storage medium as shown in Figure e


Save Recovered Data

Figure e : Save Recovered Data


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