How to recover volumes that are accidentally deleted in Disk Management?

Accidentally deleted a volume while using Disk Management? Don’t worry, because Remo Recover can easily recover deleted or lost volumes from your systems. Works with latest versions of both Windows and Mac. Download a free trial today!

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About the Disk Management tool

Disk Management is a built in utility in Windows that is used to manage drives or partitions on your computer. Using this tool, you can partition, format, expand/shrink partitions and do many more things. It is a pretty handy and straight-forward tool that can be used even by novice users.

While working with Disk Management tool, you may perform unintentional actions at times. For instance you may delete a partition while trying to extend or shrink it. Deleting a partition means deleting all data within it! Sounds scary, right? Need not be, using Remo Recover, you can undo this action and easily recover deleted partitions.

Deleted Partition Recovery made easy using Remo Recover

Remo Recover can be used to safely recover lost or deleted partitions from your computer. Whether the partitions or volumes are deleted accidentally due to human errors or due to third party tools, they can be recovered by the tool. The software works in such a way that your original data and structure will remain intact after recovery, so the quality of recovery is assured.

Recovering partitions means recovering tens of thousands of files, and more, hence making it difficult for you to find files in the recovered list. In order to address with problem, Remo Recover provides helpful ‘Sort’ and ‘Find’ features for you to quickly access the files you are looking for. Using this tool, you can sort and find files based on date, size, file name and file type. In addition to, there more interesting features that Remo provides and some of them are listed below.

  • Supports all file systems like FAT16, FAT32, ExFAT, NTFS, HFS, HFSX, etc.
  • Supports recovery of all types of files like Office documents, images, videos and many more types of files
  • Also supports formatted recovery in addition to partition recovery
  • Supports Windows 10, Windows 8, Windows 7, Vista and XP.
  • Also available is a Mac version that supports volume recovery on Mac devices like MacBook Air, MacBook Pro, MacBook, iMac, Mac Mini. The Mac version supports all later Mac OS versions like High Sierra, Sierra, Yosemite, El Capitan, Mountain Lion, etc.


Steps to restore deleted volumes using Remo Recover

Step 1: Download and install Remo Recover partition recovery software on your computer

Step 2: Run the software and select Recover Volumes/Drives from the main screen

Select Main Screen to recover accidentally deleted volumes in disk management

Fig.1: Main screen

Step 3: Next, select Partition Recovery from the 2 options provided for partition recovery and formatted recovery

Accidentally deleted volumes in Disk Management

Fig.2: Select Option

Step 3: All the drives in your system are displayed; please select the drive followed by a partition to recover.

Select the accidentally deleted volumes in Disk Management

Fig.3: Select Raw Partition

Step 4: Now, by default, the software searches for all file types. But, if you want to recover only certain file types, select the file type in the dialogue that appears. Depending on the choice you’ve made, the software displays a list of files that can be recovered

Restore volume accidentally deleted in disk management

Fig.4: Preview Retrieved Data

Step 5: Preview the files from the list and save them to a desired location


Where else can Remo Recover be used?

In addition to recovering accidentally deleted partitions due to human errors, Remo Recover can also be used to recover partitions

  • That are deleted by a third party partitioning tool
  • Due to corrupt partition table
  • Due to OS reinstallation
  • Due to virus attacks

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