Lost Partition Recovery

How to Restore Lost Partition on Windows

Most of the users prefer to create different partitions on the hard disk when they want to install multiple OS on the system, to have separation between system files and user files, for fast access to required information and for many other advantages. However, dealing with several partitions is not very simple, there are plenty of situations when you may lose your essential partition easily and it is not less than nightmare. Best Partition Recovery software is the leading application, which has been designed with some awesome features to perform lost partition recovery.  Usually, partition loss happens due to improper use of Disk Management Utility, partition table corruption, virus infection and due to some other reasons. Do not worry; you can resolve all these issues on any version of Windows platform by using this software.

A concise knowledge about the reasons behind partition loss always helps you to stay away from them. So, let us have a quick look on frequently happened partition loss situations.

  • Partition Table Corruption: Partition table of a hard disk consists of Master Boot Record and Extended Partition Pointers. It keeps information about primary and all other extended partition including size, location, number of partition on disk etc. If any types of corruption encounters on this table, you may lose any partition arbitrarily.
  • File System Conversion: There is a restriction about file system conversion is, conversion from FAT 16 or FAT 32 to NTFS is allowed but you cannot convert NTFS formatted file system to FAT 32 or 16. If you perform it unknowingly, you will lose all data from that drive.
  • Improper Handling of Disk Partition Tool: Normally, we use Windows Disk Management tool to create, manage and delete hard disk drives from system. But, any kind of partitioning error due to improper handling of this utility may leads to loss of complete partition. You may also lose accessibility of your existing partition due to use of any unauthorized disk management tool. Then use this partition recovery program to restore that HDD partition in efficient way.
  • Some Other Reasons: Besides these reasons described above, partition on hard disk may be lost due to bad sectors on hard disk, dangerous virus attack, installation error, partition overlapping etc. In all such cases, you will lose all information with that partition. After getting partition error, no need to panic, just follow this link and you can easily restore all data from that partition: http://www.bestpartitionrecovery.com/files-after-hard-drive-partitioning-error.html

It is easily possible to restore lost partition by using this advanced partition recovery software. It is built with some useful algorithm that will help you to restore corrupted partition. You can use this drive restoration tool to restore entire data along with their file structure from FAT 16, FAT32, and NTFS formatted partitions. Apart from that, it will allow you to carry out recovery of RAW partition on all versions of Windows OS, if it is deleted accidentally or due to any other reasons. This partition restoration utility is equally applicable to rescue HD partition on Windows XP, Vista, 7, 8, server 2003 and 2008. If you want to restore any deleted partition in some easy steps, use this link: http://www.bestpartitionrecovery.com/deleted-partition-data.html

Follow below mentioned steps to restore lost partition

Step1: Run this application on your system and select "Recover Drives" option from main screen. Now, select "Partition Recovery" option from the next window to restore data from lost partition.

Lost Partition Recovery - Main Screen

Figure 1: Main Screen

Step2: Now, you have to choose partition from the list of logical drives shown in figure 2. Then click on "Next" option to start scanning process.

Lost Partition Recovery - Select Partition

Figure 2: Select Partition

Step3: When scanning process finished, all restored data will be shown in "File Type View" or "Data View".

Lost Partition Recovery - Recovered Files

Figure 3: Recovered Files