Recover Deleted Partition

  • Retrieve deleted partition after reinstalling Windows or Mac OS X
  • Scan, find and restore deleted partition data from inaccessible partitions
  • Recover partitions deleted accidentally during partitioning operation
  • Recover partition with original data structure, file names and file tree
  • Award winning software, well recognized by industry publications

Recover data from a partition that you deleted

While performing partitioning functions you may end up deleting a partition using a partition manager software. So, did you accidentally delete a partition from your hard drive while reinstalling your operating system? Not sure how to restore deleted partition data! Data recovery from a deleted partition is possible using Remo Recover to perform deleted partition recovery. This software will allow you to select the physical drive connected to your laptop or pc, scans your drive, finds deleted or lost partitions on it and recovers data from partition that you deleted. This tool is made available for Windows and Mac OS x users.

Features

Remo Recover

  • Recover deleted partition data from corrupt or inaccessible partitions or Mac volumes that do not mount
  • Recover data from FAT16, FAT32, NTFS, NTFS5, ExFAT, HFS+ or HFSX formatted partitions or drives
  • Recover data from formatted partitions even after Windows reinstall
  • Retrieve deleted partition data lost due to partitioning errors, missing partitions or Mac volumes
  • Ability to recover files with ADS (Alternate Data Streams) attribute from NTFS partitions
  • Bypass bad sectors by creating Disk Image files and later recover data from these disk image files
  • Recover files from SATA / SCSI / IDE / SSD hard drives, Fire Wire drives and USB external drives

Common partition deletion cases

Partition getting deleted during reinstallation – When you reinstall your operating system, you have the option to format the partition of your choice. Selecting and deleting the wrong partition or deleting a partition without taking necessary backup may lead to loss of data present on that particular partition.

Deleting the partition during repartitioning – You might delete a partition containing important data accidentally when you are resizing or merging your partitions during the repartitioning process.

Partition getting deleted due to Boot Record corruption – The boot sector may get corrupted due to virus attacks or system file corruption making the partition inaccessible.

How to recover deleted partition on Windows?

Step 1: Disconnect the affected drive from your computer and connect it as a slave to another computer either using IDE or SATA cable or you can put the drive in a USB casing and connect it to a USB port of your PC or laptop.

Step 2: Download and install the Remo Recover (Windows) on the computer to which the affected hard drive has been connected and launch the application

Step 3: The main screen pops up as shown in Figure 1. Select the “Recover Partitions / Drives” option from the main screen.

Step 4:  Now, select “Partition Recovery” option to recover deleted partition as shown in Figure 2

Step 5:  The detected physical drives are displayed in a new window as shown in Figure 3

Step 6:  Select the physical drive from which the deleted partition needs to be recovered and click on “Next” to start the scanning process.

Step 7: Once the scanning process is completed, the list of found partitions or drives will be displayed as shown in Figure 4.

Step 8:  Select the appropriate drives or partitions from the ones that are displayed in the drive list and click “Next”. If you are unsure on what to select, just click on one and at the bottom left of the screen you will see details of that particular logical drive or partition.

Step 9: You can search for files on the basis of their unique signatures by selecting the appropriate file types. You can also skip this process to continue with normal deep scan as shown in Figure 5 which will by default select all file types.

Step 10: Once the scanning process is completed, you have the option to view the recovered data using File Type view or Data view as shown in Figure 6.

Step 11: You can use the "Preview" option (Figure 7) to view the recovered data in case of photos, videos and audio files. The preview functionality for other files will display to you Hex values.

Step 12: The “Save Recovery Session” option (Figure 8) lets you save the scanned information that can be used when you resume the recovery process and this option helps you save time that would have been required for rescanning.

Step 13: You can now " Open Recovery Session " (Figure 9) and start the saving process (Figure 10) by selecting data which you want to save and then click " Next ".

In case you want to recover data after formatting a parttion then read the process here: How to perform formatted parttion recovery

Make use of Remo Recover (Mac) to recover deleted partition on Mac

Note: Avoid installing Remo Recover software or saving any recovered files on the drive or partition, which contains deleted or lost data. New installation or creation of new files may overwrite the deleted or lost data leading to permanent data loss situation.

Supported Hard Disk Drive & Other Storage Device Manufacturers: Seagate, Western Digital, Maxtor, Quantum, Fujitsu, Samsung, Hitachi, iOmega, LaCie, Acer, Apple, Asus, Buffalo, Compaq, Dell, Gigabyte , HP, IBM, Imation, Iosafe, Kingston, Lenovo, SanDisk, Sony, Toshiba, Transcend.

Supported Devices: Hard Drives (HDD) - ATA / PATA / SATA / IDE / SCSI / SSD, External USB removable drives.

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Recover FAT32 Partition
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How to Recover Data from My External Hard Drive
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Recover Files after Format
Accidentally formatting the drive and then realizing that you didn't have back up of your data can turn out to be a big mistake, if the data was important. The good news is that data after these quick or full format cases can be recovered easily using Remo Recover, which is available for both Windows and Mac OS X users. Read here details on how to recover files after you have formatted your drive by mistake.

Recover Data from Formatted Laptop Hard Drive
Laptops are extremely common these days. While using your laptop and trying to format one partition or an external device you end up formatting the main partition of your laptop, then all the data would be lost. This might be the case even when you run the system restore DVD on your laptop trying to restore from an unwanted crash. The most amazing thing is that recovery after such blunders is still possible - We at Remo make them easy for you. Read details on this page and explore how to recover data after formatting you laptop.

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