It might be shocking to see that the NTFS partition in your Windows 10 system where you stored some important files and folders goes missing all of a sudden. There are several factors due to which you may lose the entire NTFS partition from your Windows 10 PC. The most common reasons are:
- You might have deleted entire NTFS partition without taking back up while repartitioning your Windows 10 drive
- Data loss from NTFS partition after accidental formatting
- If Windows 10 up gradation process gets interrupted due to accidental restart of your PC, then it may corrupt your NTFS partition present on your Windows 10 system
- It might get deleted accidentally while resizing or relocating free space between partition
- Losing NTFS partition from Windows 10 system due to corruption of MBR
In these cases, you will lose the entire NTFS partition. Whether you have lost whole NTFS partition or only specific data from it on Windows 10, no need to worry as you can recover them back with the help of Remo Partition Recovery software.
Remo Partition Recovery Software – Get Back NTFS Partition on Windows 10…
Remo Recover Tool built with powerful recovery mechanism which helps to bring back lost, deleted and formatted NTFS partition from Windows 10 in a couple of minutes. The application restores NTFS partition from various kinds of hard drive such as SATA, IDE, SCSI, etc. Not just NTFS partition, you can even recover deleted or lost FAT16, FAT32, exFAT, HFSX and HFS+ partition.
More about Remo Partition Recovery Software:
- Easily retrieves different type of files from corrupted, formatted and inaccessible partition
- Restore data from NTFS drive with ADS (Alternate Data Streams) attribute
- Even creates disk images to bypass hard drive bad sectors and later you can restore data from these disk images
- Also it has the capability to restore data from memory cards, pen drives, external hard drives, iPod, etc.
- Always have backup of essential data stored on your NTFS partition before performing any operation on it
- Before formatting any partition, check whether you have selected the correct partition
- Don’t perform resizing, repartitioning and any other operations if you don't know how to perform it properly