Recover formatted partition

When you we get a new hard drive, the first thing that we do, is to create partitions depending on our needs. After creating partitions, we usually format them, so that the partitions are overwritten, and as good as new. You may also want to format an existing hard drive, which has data on it. In both the cases, you have to take some precautions, to avoid loss of data; they can be summarized as follows,

  • Determine the type of file system that you want to use – You can choose between both the NTFS and FAT file systems. It is suggested that you make use of NTFS file system, unless you are using an older version of windows.
  • If the hard disk already contains data, back it up – Backups are important, so, backup all your essential data.
  • If the hard disk has a drive overlay or a disk management program, make sure that it is compatible – Avoid using the Windows XP Setup program, if your system uses the drive overlay.
  • If you have software that you want to reinstall, verify that you have the disks – Make sure that you make use of original CDs and DVDs for installation of software, once formatting is completed.

Despite taking these precautions, there are some instances which valuable data is lost, after partitioning a format. To recover formatted partition data, it is always better to go for a good third party data recovery software.

REMO Recover (Windows) Pro Edition software, lets you recover formatted partition data, from lost and deleted partitions from both NTFS and FAT file systems. The software also lets you preview recovered data, before saving them onto the location of your choice.

Save time and money by performing your own data recovery

Data recovery can be divided into two very different processes. Those are data recovery in the case of a physical problem with a hard drive or other storage device and data recovery when a system has suffered a logic crash The common thread between the processes is that you must recover your precious files and programs before you can reload your operating system or replace your faulty frozen hard drive. In the case of a physical drive breakdown you should plan on sending your drive off to a qualified data recovery service lab. In situations relative to a logic crash you can probably save yourself some money by affecting the repair yourself. Yes, it may seem like a daunting project but with the proper data recovery software recovering your missing files will be fairly easy.

By proper data recovery software what we are referring to is the exact data recovery tool for the job at hand. While many companies offer a “one size fits all” approach to data recovery tools there is in fact no one data recovery tool that will retrieve lost files in every circumstance. With that said let us determine where your problem may lay and what kind of data recovery program you may need.