The hard drives on the computers can be partitioned into logical drives. You can install the OS and program files on one partition and save your data on other partitions. This provides speed and security for the computer. There are lots of advantages of making partitions. You can have dual booting system; you can save files on different partitions depending on the file type and frequency of usage of files, etc. You can have partitions with different file systems on the partitions and enjoy the attributes of the file system on a single system. You can also make partitions on external hard drives. Nowadays some of the USB drives also support partitioning.
The files from the partition may be lost or deleted on the computer. How careful you may be, you will lose your data sometimes. Due to some catastrophes, the power surges and the computer will be abruptly turned off. You turn on the system, again the same thing happens. The sudden reboots and power fluctuation makes the system to crash. Now the system is not booting and hence, you lost all the important data. Do not get tensed, as you can restore files from failed hard drive using file recovery software. You can recover the partitions from the hard drive and then the files from it using recovery software.
There are lots of other cases where you lose files from the partitions. Some are as given below:
Wrong partition deletion: You may wish to delete a partition on the hard drive of the computer. You can delete the partition on the computer options or using third party software. While deleting a partition, you may select the wrong partition. You do not have the backup also. In such situation, you can recover files from deleted partition using file recovery software.
OS re-installation: You can re-install the Operating System, if you want a different one on your computer. When you re-install the OS, the drive will be formatted and you will lose the files on the partition. Hence, it is advised to have backup before re-installation of OS on the computer system. You can recover files from partition in such circumstances, using file recovery software.
Reformat: When you reformat the hard drive of the computer then the file system on the computer will be changed. The record of the files on the previous file system will be lost. Hence, you will lose the access to the files. If you had any important files on the partition then you can recover files from partition using file recovery software.
File System corruption: The file system of the partition might get corrupted due to sudden power surges or virus infection. The file system information is stored in partition table and Master Boot Sector. If any of the information is corrupted in these locations then also you will lose the access to your files on partition. You need file recovery software to recover files from partition.
Advantageous features of file recovery software:
The file recovery software helps you for Windows file recovery in any situation. You can recover files from partition on the computer after deletion or loss. The software can recover up to 300 file types with its powerful scanning mechanism. You can recover files from the different file systems of the partitions on Windows like NTFS, NTFS5, FAT, FAT16 and exFAT. The software can perform laptop hard drive file recovery from different brands like HP, Sony, Dell, etc. brands. The software can recover pictures from memory card, iPod, flash drive, MP3 player, MP4 player, etc. on Windows 8, Windows 7, Windows Vista and Windows XP OS. The outstanding features of the software facilitates you to retrieve files from unbootable hard drive, formatted hard drive and crashed hard drive with extreme simple steps. You can save the recovery session and resume it whenever you need. You can compress the recovered files and store them in less disk space. You can use the demo version to evaluate the recovered result.
Follow the simple steps given below to recover files from partition:
Step 1: Download and install File Recovery software on your computer. Run the software and select the appropriate option from the three options shown in the below figure.
Step 2: Select the drive of the partition or the hard drive and click “Next” to initiate the scanning process.
Step 3: After scanning, the files are listed which you can preview and save on the computer.