Retrieve Deleted FAT32 Partition

“I lost huge amount of data from my Windows computer in blink of an eye!! Yesterday I was busy in reorganizing partitions present in my system HDD, which are formatted with FAT32 file system. Using “Disk Management tool” I thought to repartition existing E: drive, but without my consciousness I deleted that FAT32 partition accidentally. Now what should I do in order to recover deleted FAT32 partition? Please help me!!”

As partitioning of hard drive into different sections facilitates option to separate system data with applications and also to run more than one operating system, most of the people go forward to make different partitions on their system hard disk drive. In order to arrange data in these partitions file system plays vital role and FAT is one of the most used file system type in Windows computer. One will find different types of FAT file system such as FAT, FAT12, FAT16 and FAT32. Among which FAT32 is the latest file system type used by Windows users, because it provides flexible way to resize and efficient way to organize data on system.

However, as mentioned in above scenario one might end up deleting entire FAT32 partition containing valuable data in some unfriendly situations. Let us discuss some of the situations that tend to remove FAT32 partition from Windows hard drive:

  • Mistakenly deleting FAT32 partition while trying to create a new partition
  • While reinstallation or up gradation of operating system, user might delete FAT32 partition unintentionally
  • Sometimes FAT32 partitions can be removed due to severe Trojan horse or viruses infection, hard drive crash, etc
  • Utilizing unsecure third party apps for repartition existing drive can also lead to deletion of FAT32 partition

If you faced these scenarios and removed FAT32 partition, then deleted partition no longer gets recognized by the operating system. However, there are possibilities for recovering deleted partition using any accurate partition recovery application like Yodot Hard Drive Recovery software. This software restores deleted FAT32 partition including your valuable files and folders preserved in it without altering single bit.

Attributes of deleted FAT32 partition recovery tool:

Yodot Hard Drive Recovery software provides simple steps to restore deleted FAT32 partition due to any of the above mentioned causes on Windows system. Its advanced algorithms assist in retrieving partitions from corrupt or failed hard drive too. You can also get back missing or lost FAT32 partition within minutes. This software supports recovery of partition from different hard drive interface such as IDE, SATA, SCSI, SAS and many more. The application has the ability restore data from formatted/reformatted partitions and also hard disk with bad sectors by creating disk images. Including FAT32, you can restore FAT16, NTFS, NTFS5 and exFAT partitions on Windows 8, 7, Vista, XP, Server 2008 and 2003 operating systems.

Steps for restoring deleted FAT32 partition:

  • Download and install Yodot Hard Drive Recovery program on Windows system
  • Run the application and start the partition recovery process
  • Click on “Partition Recovery” option to retrieve deleted FAT32 partition
  • The tool displays hard drive present on your computer
  • Choose the desired physical drive from which partition was erased and click on “Next” button
  • The software scans the selected drive and shows all the logical partitions which were deleted or lost
  • Select the FAT32 partition from which you want to get back files and folders
  • The program again scans selected partition and displays all the retrievable files from that deleted FAT32 partition
  • Mark the files which are to be restored listed under Data view / File Type view
  • At last, browse for desired destination location to save rescued data
  • This utility allows you to compress the recovered files to save memory space. You can even save recovered data on external hard drive, CDs/DVDs, etc

Basic instructions:

  • Do not save any new data after deletion of FAT32 partition in order to achieve 100% data recovery
  • Think twice before choosing any third party tool to repartition system drives

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