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How to Recover Deleted or Lost Partition on Windows 7?

Have you accidentally deleted partitions in Windows 7 operating System? Do not worry! You have reached the right place! Data from deleted or lost partitions in Windows 7 OS can be recovered using Recover Partition software

Recover Partition can recover data from corrupt or formatted Windows 7 partitions

 

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Partitions in Windows 7 operating system are created using Windows Disk Management utility. You can create any number of partitions in a hard drive and once they are created, a drive letter is assigned to each partition in-order to differentiate it from other. Generally, partitions are created to segregate data so that the system files are stored in one drive / partition and all the other data like files, audio & video files, office documents, etc, can be stored in other partitions.

 

Sometimes, the partitions that are created in Windows 7 OS can get corrupt, deleted or formatted due to various reasons resulting in loss or deletion of important data from the computer. Some of the most common scenarios for deletion or corruption of partitions in Win 7 are, partition table corruption due to virus attack or improper shutdown of computer, accidentally formation partitions while trying to format a different partition, accidentally formatting partitions while re-installing operating system, etc. To solve all these problems of Windows 7 hard drive partiton, solution is only one and i.e. the partition recovery software, which is the best application available in the market and also recommended by industry experts worldwide to recover deleted partition on Windows 7. With the help of this software, you can retrieve damaged partition from hard disk in just few easy steps.

 

In such scenarios, do not think that the deleted or lost data from Win 7 partitions are lost forever. It is possible to perform partition recovery in Windows 7 and recover deleted data using Recovery software. It is one of the best partition recovery tool that can recover and restore data from any severe data loss situations. If you have lost your memorable photos due to accidental deletion of a hard disk partition, then you can preferably use this partition recovery tool that can recover raw photos from deleted partition with ease. For more info, visit: www.recover-partition.net/recover-raw-photos-from-deleted-partition.html

 

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Follow the simple steps provided below to recover partition data in Windows 7 operating system:

 

Step 1: Download and install the trial version of Recover Partition on a healthy partition and launch the recovery software. The main screen appears as shown in Figure A from which you need to select “Partition Recovery” option

 

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Figure A: Select partition recovery option

 

Step 2: Then the software displays all the deleted or formatted drives / partitions. Select the partition from which you need to recover data and click on “Next” as shown in Figure B

 

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Figure B: Select found drive / partition screen

 

Step 3: Then the software scans the entire drive / partition and retrieves the complete data. You can even preview the recovered data using “Preview” option as shown in Figure C

 

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Figure C : Preview recovered data screenshot

 

Step 4: Once you are completely satisfied with the recovery results, you can purchase the complete licensed version of the software and save the recovered data on the hard drive or any other external storage device as shown in Figure D

 

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Figure D : Preview recovered data screenshot

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