NTFS Partition Recovery


Requirements: Microsoft Windows 7, Windows Vista, Windows XP, Windows 2003 and Windows 2008

Requirements: Mac OS X 10.5.x and above (including Leopard, Snow Leopard and Lion)

  • Software to Retrieve NTFS Partition from Hard Drive

    Hard drive is a physical storage device which is used to store huge amount of data on the computer. Hard drive partitions store data in the form of files and file system is used to manage these files on hard drive of your computer. There are two major file systems available for Windows OS i.e. File Allocation Table (FAT) and New Technology File Syste(NTFS). Limitations of FAT file system used in the earlier versions of Windows are overcome by NTFS file system. This new file system is used in latest Windows operating systems, while the usage of FAT is restricted to the USB devices.

  • Sometimes you might encounter a situation where the NTFS partition from the hard drive is deleted or lost due to some unavoidable situations. During such situation you need to recover hard drive files using any third party softwares available. You can use our expert partition recovery software to recover ntfs partition from hard drive that can recover all partition data. The scenarios that are responsible for data loss on NTFS partitions are:

    • Formatting partitions after re-installing Windows: You may format your NTFS partition when you want to re-install your PC with new operating system. This leads to data loss from NTFS partitions when you forget to backup all your data.
    • Accidentally formatting partitions: When you are trying to format E: you may accidentally select D: and this mistake could result in data loss from NTFS partitions.
    • Corruption of partitions: NTFS partitions may get corrupted due to bad sectors on hard drive, file system corruption or due to partitioning errors.
    • Reformatting partitions: You may re-format your NTFS partition when there is a need to change the NTFS file system of your partition. It might result in corruption of your NTFS partition on hard disk due to the errors that occurred during file system conversion.
    • Using third party softwares: Data loss occurs when you delete a partition using Windows Disk Management utility or any third party tools.
  • Apart from restoring partitions from PC, you can also recover partitions from laptop hard drives using our partition recover utility. Our software supports different hard drives and laptop manufacturers such as Seagate, Western Digital, Acer, Compaq, Hitachi, Samsung, Lenovo etc. You can use this tool to restore FAT32 partition from Seagate HDD or on any hard drive. Sometimes corruption to Master Boot Record (MBR) might result in failure of hard drive further making hard drive inaccessible. In such situation you can make use of our partition recovery tool to recover partition from hard drive after MBR corruption. It supports partition recovery on IDE/SATA/SCSI/ATA hard disk drives, external removable drives. Like any other hard drive it will perfectly retrieve files from USB drive. This application can easily recover data from FAT16, FAT32, NTFS, NTFS5, ExFAT partitions/drives. Our software is rated as best Windows partition recovery software that recovers partition data even from crashed hard drives. This tool supports recovery of various file types such as audio, video, photo, document, email, word, Powerpoint files etc on Windows Vista, XP, 7 operating systems. Main feature of this utility is that, you can create "Disk Image" files to bypass bad sectors of hard drive and later recover data from these disk image files.

    Requirements: Microsoft Windows 7, Windows Vista, Windows XP, Windows 2003 and Windows 2008

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    Download trial version of this software and follow simple steps as explained below:

    Step 1: Launch the software by double clicking icon on desktop or from programs menu. Once the application is launched, main screen is displayed. Now, click "Recover Partitions / Drives" option. Then, select "Partition Recovery" option from the next display screen to recover deleted NTFS partitions as shown in Fig A.

    Recover NTFS Partition from Hard Drive - Select Partition Recovery

    Fig A: Select Partition Recovery Option

    Requirements: Microsoft Windows 7, Windows Vista, Windows XP, Windows 2003 and Windows 2008

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    Step 2: Once you select "Partition Recovery" option, new window pops up, displaying all attached physical hard drives. Select the physical drive from which partition needs to be recovered and click "Next". Once scanning process is completed, list of lost or deleted partitions will be displayed, select appropriate partition and click "Next" as shown in Fig B.

    Recover NTFS Partition from Hard Drive - List of found partitions

    Fig B: Select NTFS Partition

    Requirements: Microsoft Windows 7, Windows Vista, Windows XP, Windows 2003 and Windows 2008

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    Step 3: Select file types that you want to recover from listed files, to perform additional search to recover files, based on unique signature. You may skip this process to continue with scanning. Once scanning process is completed, recovered data can be viewed using "File Type View" or "Data View" option, as shown in Fig C.

    Recover NTFS Partition from Hard Drive - Data View or File Type View

    Fig C: Data View / File Type View

    Step 4: Click "Preview" option to view recovered data before saving it as shown in Fig D and you can also use "Save Recovery Session" option to save the restored data.

    Recover NTFS Partition from Hard Drive - Preview recovered data window

    Fig D: Preview Recovered Data

    Requirements: Microsoft Windows 7, Windows Vista, Windows XP, Windows 2003 and Windows 2008

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