Partition, many people regard it as logical drives in Windows PC. Though it is not completely correct, it is almost the same if your operating system is Windows. If a person installs the Windows operating system newly on a computer, then he or she need to format the partition. And some people also format the partition as a quick way to clean up the disk. However, if you haven't done any backup of the partition, and then format it, you may need to unformat partition to rescue important formatted data, like family videos, photos, emails, text messages, and more.
You can format a partition with a simple click. However, you can't unformat partition with the same click. It is more complicated to unformat a partition. The good news is that if you undo the formatting immediately after the formatting, there are good chances that you will be able to recover data from formatted partition. To make it successful to formatted partition recovery, you need to follow the suggestions:
First, do not do any further operation on your computer. While you format the partition in Windows computer, all the files on the partition are marked as deleted. Don't misunderstand, they are not in the dust bin, but somewhere in the partition as well. The space they have occupied is marked as empty for new data. If you do any further operation, then new data will be generated, occupying the space and overwritten the formatted data. Stop using the computer, and think twice before the leap.
Second, try to find an unformat partition software, it's up to you. The only criterion for it is good or bad is whether it will help you to recover formatted partition successfully or not. I strongly recommend you try Deep Data Recovery. Compared with other unformat partition software, it is more professional and reliable:
The specialty of the recovery tool is its ability to identify several file types from different categories such as computers, memory cards, digital cameras, external hard drives, USBs, and other drives.
Step 1. Download and install the recover formatted partition software
If you haven't download and install Deep Data Recovery yet on your computer, you can also click this download link to get it. After then, follow the guide within the unformat partition software to install it on your computer. It is fully compatible with Windows 10, Windows 7, Windows 8, Windows XP and Windows Vista as well. And it is safe to install it, it is virus free.
Step 2. Select file types to unformat partition
As I have mentioned above, it supports to unformatting almost all the files on the partition. To save your time, I advise you to check the files you need to scan. For there unwanted ones, uncheck them manually. By default, all file types are checked. After selecting file types to unformat, you need to click the "Next" button to unformat your partition, namely rescuing formatted data.
Step 3. Select the formatted partition to scan
Next, all partitions on your Windows PC as well as external hard drives are listed in the main window. You should check the formatted partition and click "Scan" to let the software scanning data on it.
Step 4. Recover formatted partition
How long it takes to scan your formatted partition depends on how many files on it. The longer it takes, the better, because it means the software will find more files for you. After the scanning process, the result will displayed in the main window with files sorted into types. By unfolding the corresponding category in the left side, you an open the subdirectory to check all files under this type for preview. If you find a target file, you can click "Recover" to save them to your computer again. Multiple files recovery each time works as well.
It is vital to create several partitions on Windows 7 hard disk to install the operating system and organize other data. If there is only one partition to save OS and data, then it becomes difficult to retrieve when the drive malfunctions or corrupts. It is possible to create a partition and restore the data without relying on third-party software. You can recover the deleted partition in Windows 7 with the recovered data from Part 1. The following are the recover deleted partition in Windows 7 steps:
1.Please don't save the recovered files to the same partition in Windows PC. They may get overwritten. Save them to another partition or an external hard drive.
2. There is a "deep scan" option for scanning your partition for formatted files deeply. If the targeted files are not found, you can try this feature.
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