Partition Recovery Windows

Windows XP hard drive partition

Did you lose hard drive partition that contained all your important data? This might certainly create a panic in you. But relax there is no need to get panic!! Today due to the advancement in the software field there are many data recovery software present in the market which can help you in bringing back your data on operating systems like Windows XP, Vista, Windows 7 etc. Although there are many softwares present in the market, but still you need to choose the correct one which can rescue your data safe and secure otherwise you may end up losing your data permanently.

Hard drive partitions are created to improve the efficiency of computer by dividing the hard drive in number of parts to store certain capacity of data. Which help you to locate and store different type of files and data. Like you can store your offcial data, entertainment data, personal data all in different partitions. Not only this, partitions allow you to install two different operating systems on same computer. But these too have some downside to them. Partitions may get corrupted, deleted or lost and make you suffer data loss scenario. There are many other scenarios that may also result in data loss from partitions. Let’s see some of them in brief due to which partition data may be lost/deleted.

Human mistakes: We humans are prone to commit mistakes. There are chances that you may accidentally format the wrong drive instead of the one which you desired to do. This may lead you to suffer huge data loss.In these cases, you can use this tool and easily overcome such sitaution. i.e., you can restore data from deleted partition on Windows 7 with great ease.

Errors in partition table: Partitions contain a partition table which keeps track of all the entries of the partition. Any type of change or deletion of essential log files may make partition inaccessible by making your data unreachable.

Improper Resizing of partition: When you want to change the size of an existing partition, you perform partition resizing. Which allows you to create partitions of the size as per your liking and requirement. If this process gets terminated with an error then partitions may become inaccessible. To know more about the corruption visit

System crash: It is one of the most unwanted thing that a computer user may wish for. Due to some internal software conflicts operating system may get crash and make you lose all the vital data in no time .

Enough of the reasons now it’s time you start using partition recovery Windows software which is developed to solve these kind of issues, that in few simple steps. Using this software you can get back data from severely corrupted partitions with utmost ease. Software is developed by experienced professionals and loaded with the powerful recovery program. The tool comes with the easiest of the user interface, so that a non technical user can also get back data with any experts help. This software is compatible with file systems like FAT16, FAT32, NTFS etc and can bring back data from these file systems in just couple of minutes. Demo edition of the utility is free to use and works similar to its paid edition. If you’re happy with rescued data and result go for paid version to save the rescued data.

Steps to rescue hard drive partition data on Windows XP

Step 1: Download the demo edition of the software and run the Partition Recovery Windows software. The Welcome Screen will appear as shown in the fig A. Select the option "Recover Partitions/Drives".

Windows XP hard drive partition - Select Recover Partitions/Drives

Fig A: Select Recover Partitions/Drives

Step 2: After that, you need to select the partition to initiate the retrieval process.

Windows XP hard drive partition - Select Drive

Fig B: Select Drive

Step 3: After the recovery process get finished, it will display you with the rescued files. You can preview the rescued files using preview option. If the results are up to your satisfaction, then you can buy the paid edition of the software.

Windows XP hard drive partition - Recovered Files

Fig C: Recovered Files