Windows partition recovery made simple
Have you anytime formatted partition on Windows 7 or any other version of Windows OS? In such situations, you need not panic. It is possible to restore formatted partition using the Data Recovery Tool. This is a powerful software that can retrieve formatted partitions with utmost ease.
When a user installs a new operating system or reinstalls operating system then it will erase the data stored in the disk. If the user has not maintained a backup of important data then it sounds troublesome to the user. It happens because prior to installing new OS, the hard drive is formatted. In such situation, if a user wants to recover data after formatting during OS reinstallation, then it is possible using this software to recover formatted partition. During installation of a operating system users usually loss data because of either failure of installation of operating system due to corrupt bootable disk or due to booting errors. However, users need not worry. Software to retrieve formatted partition can easily recover formatted partition on Windows 7 and other versions of Windows including Windows 10, 8, Vista, XP, Server 2003 & 2008.
However, generally formatting of partition happens because of human errors. If a user wishes to format a partition and by mistake formats unintended one then it leads into a loss of data from accidentally formatted partition. It usually takes place, when users use any third-party utilities to format the disk or during disk fragmentation with improper knowledge. Along with it, when users wish to add an extra drive, they go for reformatting of the hard drive. However, if in such situation, users will lose data on the hard drive partitions. If the user wishes to recover formatted disk on Mac then he has to make use of Mac version of Recover Formatted Partition utility. This software can easily restore data from FAT partitions after reformat. Thus, it stands the best software to recover formatted partitions on Windows 7 and other versions of Windows.
Users usually format their hard drive or partitions, when they experience that their computer has become slow and therefore they want to come over system errors. Even when users want to remove bad sectors on hard disk, they go for formatting of hard drive. Along with it, if the hard drive or any partition on the hard drive is highly infected with viruses and it is not possible to clean the partition, then the user goes for formatting. After such formatting, it is possible to recover formatted partition on Windows 7 and other operating systems by making use of Recover Formatted Partition software. Other than the above-mentioned lists, it can also perform Dell, Acer, Kingston, Compaq and Toshiba laptop partition recovery easily in few simple clicks of the mouse.
Even users go with the formatting of partition or hard drive when they are not able to access the data on partitions due to file system corruption. File system corruption can take place because of an abrupt shutdown or startup of the computer. For an instance, turning off power instead of turning off the computer using Turn Off commands results into corruption of file system on hard drive. After such file system corruption, users usually wish to format their hard drive partitions. After such formatting of partitions, Recover Formatted Partition tool supports user to get back formatted HFS partition on Mac OS X Lion, Leopard, Mavericks, Yosemite, El Capitan and Sierra and other versions of Mac OS X. Along with it, this software can also Recover Formatted Partition after corruption of Master Boot Record on Windows hard drive or Apple Partition Map corruption on Mac.
Steps to recover formatted partition on Windows 7
Step 1: Run the software and choose "Recover Drives" from the given options as illustrated in fig 1.
Fig 1: Home Window
Step 2: Now select the formatted partition from the list of logical drives and click on "Next" button to start the recovery procedure as illustrated in fig 2.
Fig 2: Select Partition
Step 3: Check the list of recovered files in "Data View" as illustrated in fig 3.
Fig 3: Recovery Results