Requirements: Microsoft Windows 7, Windows Vista, Windows XP, Windows 2003 and Windows 2008
Requirements: Mac OS X 10.6 Snow Leopard (64-bit), Lion 10.7 (64-bit), Mountain Lion & Mavericks
Most preferable approach to categorize and store digital information in computer hard drives is by dividing hard drive into different partitions. Having multiple partitions of hard drive facilitates one to organize stored files in an efficient way and multiple partitions also facilitate to work with different versions of operating in a single hard drive.
How do you feel if an entire partition of your computer hard drive or external drive becomes inaccessible? I know it is not even possible to imagine, but sometimes it happens due to corruption of partition in both Mac and Windows computer. Losing a complete partition may leads to huge amount of data loss. If you are facing such type of data loss problem, here is an optimum solution to undelete corrupt hard disk partition data. Using some partition recovery software, it is very simple to unerase files from Windows and Mac partitions.
Virus infection, hard drive crash, file system corruption, operating system failure, improper use of disk management utilities, MBR damage are some of the common reasons for partition corruption. Since partitions loss might leads to critical data loss, it is always good to take some precautions in order to be safe in terms of digital files. Before doing any major changes to your computer hard drive, make sure that you have taken a proper backup of important files and prior to re - partitioning hard drive, just spend a few seconds to ensure that you are proceeding with a proper partition. You may lose the partitions for partition deletion sometimes. You can recover deleted NTFS partition and FAT partition on Windows using recovery software. Follow the link to know more about NTFS partitions recovery using recovery software.
As we know some worst case scenarios are unavoidable. In case if you end up with partition loss without backup, no need to panic. Undelete partition software facilitates you to retrieve deleted or lost partition from SATA, SCSI and IDE hard drives. Using respective version of the software, one can undelete Mac OS and Windows data from missing partitions along with the hierarchy of files stored. It is designed by industrt experts in such a way that it has become easier for the users to perform the file partition recovery with ease.Go to http://www.undeleteplus.net/after-format.html so that you can also undelete partition after format with this tool to retrieve files from formatted storage drives. Apart from hard drives, this tool also facilitates undelete SD memory card, external drives, FireWire drives and other removable data storage devices data. With this tool, one can also recover Windows data without facing any complications. Read more about this.
Steps to undelete corrupt partition:
Step 1: Download and install Demo Version of Undelete partition software. Launch it double clicking on Desktop icon or from Start Menu. Welcome window appears with three options as shown in fig a. Select "Recover Partitions/Drives".
Fig 1: Main Window
Step 2: Since we have to recover corrupted partition click on "Partition Recovery". Software will display the list of available hard drives. Select the hard drive from which you want recover the partition and click "Next". Now a list of lost partition will display as shown in fig b. Select the partition which you want to recover and click "Next" button.
Fig 2: Select the Partition
Step 3: Software will display the list of file types to be recovered (optional). Select the type of files which you want to recover and click "Next". Now the scanning process starts. Once the scan completes, a list of recovered files will be displayed as shown in fig c. Select any recovered file using "Data View" and click on "Preview" button to preview the recovered files.
Fig 3: Recovered Partition Files
Step 4: If you are satisfied with the recovered results, buy the full version and save your recovered files to desired drive apart from the drive which you are recovering files.