Recover Formatted Partition

FAT Partition Recovery after Reformatting

Shocked to find hard drive partition empty on your computer? Worried about important documents saved on that FAT partition? Looking for a solution to recover formatted FAT partition on Windows PC? Wants a data recovery tool to recover files and folders from FAT partition after reformatting? Do not panic!!! Your search ends here…Recover Formatted Partition is one of the finest file recovery software, which will recover data after formatting during OS re-installation or after reformatting of FAT partition, with ease, for information about this read here.

With the introduction of NTFS and HFS file systems, many computer users globally have reformatted their FAT partitions. Basically, reformat is the process in which operating system changes the file system of a particular drive/partition. During this operation, first the partition is formatted, and later it is assigned a new file system. Hence, it leads to data loss from the concerned drive/partition, if appropriate data backup is not taken. You may have also lost your important data due to reformatting of FAT partition. While trying to change FAT into NTFS/HFS, you might have forgotten to take backup of important files and folders on external storage drives. This could have resulted in deletion of complete data from the FAT partition, leading to data loss. However, you should not worry! You can use Recover Formatted Partition tool to retrieve lost documents, videos, pictures, RAW images, worksheets, archives, games, applications, songs, and lot more from the reformatted FAT partition. And it also allows user to restore formatted partition on Windows 7 and from other versions of Windows OS as well. If you want to retrieve files from formatted hard drive then you don't have to install the other software you can use the same software for recovering the formatted files.

FAT partition may even reformat due to the following reasons-

  • Using Window Disk Management / Mac Disk Utility for reformatting FAT partition
  • Accidentally reformatting FAT16 or FAT32 partition using low quality tools
  • Reformatting FAT partition/drive for better data management and security features
  • Mistakenly reformatting FAT drive while trying to reformat another drive

Whatsoever be the cause for data loss, losing precious files is very painful. You never want to lose some of your memorable moments of life, like pictures or videos. Therefore, use Recover Formatted Partition tool as soon as you encounter data loss problem. It will retrieve lost data from partition after quick format on Windows 7, XP, and Vista in just few clicks of mouse. And also, you can recover formatted NTFS Partition data. Hop over here to grasp complete details about this wonderful software. The software comes in free demo version, which has the same functionality as the licensed version. You can preview the recovered media files in the demo version, before you go and purchase the software for saving the recovered data. Moreover, Mac version of this award-winning program can be use to carry out formatted HFS volume recovery on Mac OS X Lion and Snow Leopard, to know more

Steps to recover FAT partition data after reformat

Step 1: Open home window of the software and choose "Recover Drives" from the given options as shown in fig 1.

Recover FAT Partition Data after Reformat - Home Window

Fig 1: Home Window

Step 2: Now select the reformatted FAT partition from the list of logical drives and press "Next" button to start the file recovery procedure as shown in fig 2.

Recover FAT Partition Data after Reformat - Select FAT Partition

Fig 2: Select FAT Partition

Step 3: Check the list of recovered files in "Data View" as shown in fig 3.

Recover FAT Partition Data after Reformat - Recovered Files

Fig 3: Recovered Files

Step 4: Preview the recovered media files as shown in fig 4.

Recover FAT Partition Data after Reformat - Preview File

Fig 4: Preview File

Step 5: At last, save the recovered files and folders to your desired storage location such as external hard drive, FireWire drive, or USB flash drive.