Software to recover deleted/lost data from partition after Quick Format
Due to some corruption, you may perform quick format on a partition of your hard drive, which causes huge loss of data which was present on that particular partition. In such a case, recovery industry experts recommend effective formatted partition recovery software to retrieve the data completely from a formatted partition. This partition recovery software scans the hard drive completely to find all the formatted and even the lost partitions, so you can comfortably use this software to recover files from lost or deleted FAT partitions and also NTFS partitions. It can recover nearly 300 file types using the in-built scan method based on unique signatures. In addition to recover re-partitioned hard drive, it can also be used to recover files from external hard drives, several flash memory cards, USB external devices, etc.
The partition recovery software provides the facility to search the recovered results for different file types using in-built “Find tool” option. You can even preview the recovered data before saving it on your hard drive or CD/DVD, or in a compressed zip file. This software also works on Mac OS X such as macOS Sierra, Mavericks, Yosemite, Leopard, Snow Leopard, Lion, etc to restore re-partitioned hard disk volumes on Mac. Scenarios in which you need to restore partition on Windows 8 and its prior versions are listed below:
Step 1: Download and install the free version of Partition Recovery tool on your PC. After successful installation, launch the software. In the Main Screen, select “Recover Partitions” option. Then, the tool shows all the logical and physical disk drives available in the system. Choose the formatted logical drive or partition and click "Scan" option
Image 1 - Launch Pad
Step 2: Now, the software scans the selected partition to regain it's files back. Wait for the scanning to get complete. Upon the completion of scanning process, a list of recovered files are displayed. You can view the recovered files in Data View, and File Type View.
Image 2 - Recovered Data in File Type & Data Views
Step 3: Finally, at the end of recovery process, youc an preview the recoverable files by right clicking on the file and selecting Preview from the displayed options.
Image 3 - Preview Recovered Files
Step 4: At last, if you are satisfied with the tool, then activate the license key of the tool and select the destination drive to save the recovered files.
Image 4 - Save Recovered Data