Formatting partitions of your Dell XPS 15z Laptop, calls for lot of care. Instances of formatting the wrong partition are heard off frequently. People do it either absentmindedly, or because of some miscommunication. Unfortunately, if you end up being one of them, you would lose your sleep over it. Your primary concern would obviously be: is there a way to recover data from a wrongly partitioned drive? As long as you don’t get an answer to this question, sleep would elude you. If you have come to this page looking for an answer, we wouldn’t want to prolong your suspense. The answer is a resounding YES. You can indeed recover data from a wrongly formatted partition.
Dell XPS 15z Laptop is an ultrathin laptop designed to provide super fast performance. Some of its advanced features include 2nd Gen Intel® Core™ i5 and Core™ i7 processors and NVIDIA® GeForce® graphics. But if you happen to format the wrong partition, all these advanced features would be meaningless, until you undo your mistake.
Formatting a drive means installing a file system onto it. The file system prepares the surface of the disk to store new data. When you format a wrong partition, you install a new file system over an existing one. This means, if your existing file system is NTFS, you accidentally install a new NTFS file system over the existing one. As the new file system takes the place of the old one, the files stored in the previous file system disappear.
Data can be recovered from a wrongly formatted partition with the help of data recovery software. Remo Data Recover is advanced software designed to perform formatted drive recovery. You will be led through the whole recovery process with an easy-to-use interface. Download the software onto your Dell XPS 15z Laptop. Click on Recover Partitions / Drives and follow it up with another click on the Formatted / Reformatted Recovery tab. Next, you’ll have to select the wrongly formatted partition and carry out a scan to recover the lost data.
Remember the last thing you can afford to do, is to be absent minded while formatting your partition.