Restore vFAT Partition

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vFAT Partition Data Recovery Software

vFAT, Virtual File Allocation Table is the 32-bit file system that is generally used in Windows 95 and NT systems in order to manage information stored on the disks. It is an extension of the FAT file system and supports long filenames and 32-bit Protected Mode access. But at times, even your vFAT partition would get corrupt or might go missing in some unexpected situations. If you are in such a situation and lost your vital data from the vFAT partition, then what will you do?

There is no need to worry; you can easily perform vFAT partition recovery and get back your entire vFAT partition data even when it is deleted or formatted. This can be done with the help of Remo Recover (Windows / Mac) software that could scan the drive and extract data with just few clicks.

Remo Recover (Windows) characteristics

Remo Recover (Windows) is an excellent utility that lets you restore all your data from the vFAT partitions within a couple of minutes. The app scans your entire disk first and restores the original structure of the files and folders safely without causing damage to it. Hence, it is a non-destructive utility.

  • Quickly restores your entire data with utmost ease
  • Could easily extract your text and media files of more than 300+ types
  • Easy to use utility can even recognize the file types even after recovery
  • Excellently performs data recovery on all devices like hard drives (SATA, IDE, SCSI), iPods, memory cards, SD cards, pen drives and others storage devices etc.
  • Supports recovery of data from all versions of Windows including Windows 95 & NT, Windows XP, Vista, Windows 8 and other available Windows OS versions

When can I use Remo Recover (Windows) Software?

Below are some of the commonly encountered situations, wherein Remo Recover (Windows) software comes in handy to restore your files back:

  • Formatting vFAT partition without data back up
  • If your VFAT partition is damaged or corrupt due to some unknown reasons
  • Deleted the vFAT partition using disk management tools and then regret
  • While resizing or repartitioning the drive, you might lose your vFAT partition
  • Other situations include hard drive crash, severe virus infection etc. would cause damage or loss of your partitions
  • Also, if your partition table gets corrupt, the entry in the partition might get deleted and thus making your vFAT partition inaccessible

In all these instances you would lose your data from the vFAT partition. However, Remo Recover (Windows) software could easily restore all your files back with just few mouse clicks.

Additional features of Remo Recover (Windows)

Remo Recover (Windows) is a perfect tool that lets you restore all your data rapidly. It is equipped with numerous user-friendly tools to ensure comfortable recovery. The app can also be used to recover data from FAT16, FAT32, NTFS, NTFS 5 partitions effortlessly. Moreover, the app offers the best options like “Select File Type” and “Save recovery session” options to boost the recovery speed. In order to test its ability, you can make use of the trial version of the tool, which is available for free. With this trial version you could preview the recovered files before purchasing the app. If you are satisfied with the outcome then you can buy the complete version and save the required files.

Important Note: Remo Recover (Windows) software can also be used to regain data from partition having bad sectors with utmost ease. To know more details, click on the provided link.

Steps involved in the recovery process

  • Download the Remo Recover (Windows) software and launch it
  • From the main screen with three options (Image 1) select “Recover Drives
  • In the consecutive screen choose “Partition Recovery” like in Image 2
  • Now, a list of all the drives located on your system will be displayed as in Image 3, hit on the appropriate drive
  • The app will then start scanning the drive and lists all the files as in Image 4
  • Preview the recovered files (Image 5) and save them at any location of your choice (view Image 6)