Lost Partition Recovery from WD My Passport External Hard Disk

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Facing problems with your Windows OS? Running the recovery disk can restore it to its original state. But this process isn’t always error free. Your OS may be restored to a better working condition, but due to some errors, the restoration process may gobble up a partition. A situation like this, will leave you at your wits end? What could have possibly happened to the partition of your WD My Passport external hard disk? Before we discuss this, first let’s reassure you about the missing link. Your missing partition is traceable. There are ways by which you can restore a missing partition. Once restored, you can get back all your files.

WD My Passport external hard disk undoubtedly ranks among the best. You must be particularly fond of it because of its unmatched speed and universal compatibility. Today, it is the world’s best selling drive and will remain so for some time to come. This disk is touted to be best, because of its secure data protection capability. However, guaranteeing data protection with a faulty operating system is too tall an expectation.

Coming back to partition loss due to a faulty operating system; there may be two possibilities.  The lost drive got merged into another drive or the partition got deleted to become unallocated space on the hard drive. Whatever may be the reason of its disappearance, it will leave you absolutely baffled. No matter how it disappears, you can always recover your lost NTFS or FAT partition with partition recovery software.

Remo Recover Windows Pro Edition is a powerful software designed to recover lost partitions in all types of scenarios, including loss of partitions arising due to a faulty operating system. Given below are the steps by which you can restore a deleted position.

  • Install Remo Recover (Windows) software
  • Select "Recover Partitions / Drives"
  • Select "Partition Recovery" option
  • Start the scanning process by clicking on the hard drive, and clicking on Next
  • A list of found partitions / drives will be displayed
  • Save the partition in the desired location

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