Recover Deleted Partition

Efficient partition recovery software to recover deleted or lost partitions on Windows & Mac

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Software to recover deleted partition

Partitions on hard disk drive are created so that you can have different operating systems on the same hard drive. For this purpose, you try to create new partitions out of the existing partitions and in the process, while trying to delete some partition; you delete a partition that contains valuable data. This is the most common mistake committed by many computer users; however you can unerase partition to restore the entire lost data using partition recovery software. This software can be used on various versions of Windows operating system – Windows XP, 2003, 2008, Vista and 7 and can perform recovery of lost or deleted FAT partitions, in addition to NTFS partitions. You can use this recovery tool for performing recovery process on RAID0, RAID1 and RAID5 partitions which supports FAT16, FAT32, ExtFAT, NTFS and NTFS5 file systems on Windows OS.


Like the internal hard drive, external hard drive comprises many partitions. When connected to a computer, partition table information may get corrupted which may make the data stored on that partition inaccessible. Our partition recovery software scans the external hard drive sector by sector and can retrieve deleted partition on the external hard drive such as SATA, SCSI, IDE, etc and FireWire drives. Apart from Windows users, Mac users can make use of this recovery tool to provide deleted HFS+ and HFSX volume recovery on Mac computers. Some of the scenarios in which partition recovery software can be used for data recovery are:


  • Accidental partition format: While formatting one partition, if you format the other partition by accidentally giving its drive letter; data stored on that partition will be lost.
  • Virus infection: Corruption in the partition, due to virus intrusion, misleads the operating system while pointing to the location of that partition.
  • Corrupt file system: File system may get corrupted due to the system crash or due to usage of automatic partition repair and resize utilities. The corrupt file system, in turn, will damage the partition on your hard drive.
  • Converting File system: When you try to change the file system of a partition, sometimes partitioning errors may occur due to partition management settings. This can result in loss of data from that partition.

Note: You can use this tool to recover deleted partition from Mac Mavericks with great ease. This recovery tool can restore partition in few simple steps.

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Steps to recover deleted partition:


Step 1: Install and then run the software using the desktop icon. From the main screen, select “Recover Partitions/Drives” option. Next screen appears, as shown in Fig 1, select “Partition Recovery” to recover deleted partitions on your hard drive.

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Fig 1: Partition Recovery option


Step 2: Next screen displays the list of detected drives, select an appropriate drive and click “Next”. Now, list of deleted/lost partitions us displayed, as shown in Fig 2, select a partition and click “Next”.


Recover Deleted Partition - List of detected drives/partition

Fig 2: List of detected drives / partitions


Step 3: The application starts the scanning and recovery process. Once it is completed, list of recovered data is displayed which you can preview using “Preview” option, as shown in Fig 3.


Recover Deleted Partition - Preview Recovered Files

Fig 3 : Preview recovered files



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