Retrieve Accidentally Deleted NTFS or FAT32 Dynamic Volume

“No matter how many precautions you take, it has to happen one or the other time. When I was re-installing new operating system and I have got an option to delete or format a particular volume. I accidentally selected dynamic NTFS volume and deleted it from hard drive. Later I realized that I formatted wrong volume and lost essential data saved on it. I need to know how data can be recovered from deleted NTFS dynamic volume as I dint take backup of its data. Thanks a lot!”

The volumes present in dynamic disk are called as dynamic volumes. Dynamic disk has special features such as creating volumes across various drives, crating fault tolerant volumes, etc. Some of dynamic volumes are spanned volumes, mirrored volumes and RAID volumes. When there is a need to create a dynamic volume, one must look into NTFS or FAT32 file systems as they offer best performance at dynamic level. These partitions hold the key to storing huge amount of data which can be viewed or accessed at any point of time

Now, looking at the above mentioned case, we get to know that NTFS dynamic volume has been deleted from system hard drive accidentally. This question may be getting your interest on what happens when a dynamic NTFS volume is deleted from system hdd. The volume entry from Disk Management is removed leaving behind the whole drive and data as it is. To access deleted volume and to get back data from it, we have to make use of best hard drive recovery tool that can secure your data. Prior to that, let us know some other issues responsible for accidental deletion of FAT32 or NTFS dynamic volume from system hard drive:

  • FAT32 or NTFS dynamic volume may get unintentionally deleted during installing or re-installing new operating system in your computer hard drive
  • Increased number of bad sectors on hard drive can result in deletion or missing of FAT32 or NTFS dynamic volume from system
  • Unintentionally deleting wrong partition during partitioning hard drive erases data from NTFS or FAT32 dynamic volume
  • Improper usage of Disk Management feature in Windows system can result in accidental deletion of NTFS or FAT32 dynamic volume

Dynamic volume recovery tool:

Yodot Hard Drive Recovery is well known software recommended by computer experts for recovering data from accidentally deleted NTFS or FAT32 dynamic volume. This utility is equipped with powerful recovery techniques that allow 100% recovery of data from volumes or storage drives formatted with FAT32, NTFS, FAT16, NTFS5, ExFAT and ReFS file systems. Upon facing corruption of any partition on HDD due to bad sectors, it allows users to create disk images of respective volume; later data can be retrieved by using this disk image file. It can be used to restore data from dynamic disk on desktop or laptop hard drive working with Windows 8.1, Windows 8, Windows 7, Windows Vista, Windows XP, Windows 2003 and Windows 2008 OS versions. If any doubts arise while recovering data from deleted dynamic FAT32 or NTFS volume, then contact our technical support staff via email to resolve your issue as soon as possible.

Steps to recover accidentally deleted NTFS or FAT32 dynamic volume:

  • Download and install Yodot Hard Drive Recovery application in the system by using local system administrator account
  • As soon as installation process gets completed, user can view shortcut icon on desktop
  • Run the program and from main screen of the utility click on ‘Partition Recovery’ option and then carry on to next window
  • Select respective FAT32 or NTFS volume and then initiate scanning of selected hard drive
  • Upon completion of scanning procedure, user can view rescued list of files in ‘Data View’ or ‘File Type View’
  • Choose desired view type and then save recovered data to available destination location on computer hard drive or on different storage media

Useful Tips:

  • Avoid usage of unknown third party tools to create new partitions in system hard drive
  • Have proper knowledge about installing or re-installing operating system on your PC
  • Before reformatting NTFS or FAT32 volume make sure you have taken backup of all your essential data