Restore Erased Logical Partition

“Please help me!!! I accidentally pressed ‘Delete’ option on selected partition instead of pressing ‘Extend Partition’ option which erased complete logical partition along with files and folders present in it. I am in need of that partition very badly. Is there any technical suggestion to recover deleted logical partition on Windows system? Awaiting for your suggestions...”

Hard disk is most crucial component of desktops. People use hard drive to store all their data, which may be official or confidential. HDD is important because it consists of both installed application and system files which is necessary for working and loading of system. Hard drives are logically divided into small units called partitions. Partitions are used in order to segregate user programs and operating system files. Creating logical partitions are useful to run many operating systems on a particular computers. Each partition holds huge amount of important data for system and user; however, there are many reasons in which your logical partition may fail and lead to loss of essential data.

Reasons for deletion of logical partition:

  • When repartitioning hard drive, if any interruption occurs then it leads to deletion of that specific logical partition created in it
  • Reformatting logical partition by converting its file system will remove entire data thereby create new file system
  • If any disturbance occur while upgrading OS, then it will result in loss of logical partition data
  • Improper installation or re-installation of operating system can cause deletion of logical partition on hard disk
  • Usage of third party partitioning tool to create partition may result upon deleting existing partition

Irrespective of above mentioned data loss scenarios, you can get back deleted logical partition using reliable partition recovery application. Yodot Hard Drive Recovery is one such tool that has ability to successfully retrieve lost or erased files from logical partition on Windows system.

Utility to recover deleted logical partition:

Yodot Hard Drive Recovery is amazing tool to recover deleted logical partition on Windows system. This tool can retrieve data such as Office files (PPT, Word, Excel, Access, DBX, PST, etc), media files (RAW images, videos, pictures and audios), PDF files, RAR files and many file formats from deleted hard drive partition. This software can also recover data from formatted partition with file systems like FAT32, FAT16, NTFS, ReFS, NTFS5, and ExFAT. This app supports in partition recovery on external hard drive, USB drive, SSD drives, flash drives, FireWire drive, memory card and other storage devices after various errors. User can use this utility to recover data from deleted logical partition from hard drive on Windows 8, Windows 8.1, Windows 7, Windows Vista, Windows XP, Windows 2003 and Windows 2008 operating systems.

Steps to retrieve erased logical partition:

  • Download and install Yodot Hard Drive Recovery on healthy desktop
  • Connect the affected hard drive to healthy PC
  • Run the software and follow the instructions shown on the display to recover data from erased logical partition
  • Hit on 'Partition Recovery' option to retrieve data after deleting logical partition
  • The program scans the entire computer and shows all drives present in your system along with externally attached hard drive
  • Choose the partition from where you want to rescue data and proceed 'Next'
  • This application scans the selected partition and shows all recovered data from it
  • Mark all files and folders which you have restored
  • Finally use 'Save Recovery Session' option to save retrieved data from deleted partition to desired destination location but not on the same hard drive

Useful Tips:

  • Keep back up of important partition data before performing any task
  • To avoid accidental deletion or formatting, mark your partition as read only
  • Follow correct procedure while performing reformatting or repartition of logical partitions
  • Do not write any new data on deleted partition

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