Recovering Deleted Partition on External Hard Drive

Deleted partition recovery on an external hard drive is now made easy with Remo Recover - one-stop solution for recovering your deleted partition data after formatting, corruption, virus attack, file system damage and more.

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External hard drive deleted partition recovery:

how to recover deleted partition on external hard drive

At times, you might accidentally delete important partitions from the external hard drive. In such circumstances, most of the users think that the entire data stored in that partition is deleted permanently. But the fact is, it is not a permanent deletion - the deleted partitions on your external hard disk is still resides on the drive unless you save new data on to it. And, the easiest way to recover partition data securely is through Remo Recover software.

Remo Recover to Restore Deleted Partition on the External Hard Drive:

Remo Recover is a powerful utility with complex scanning algorithms that will deep scan your external HDD and restore the deleted partition in just a few clicks. During the data recovery process, the software will never modify or damage your original contents/storage drive. The software allows you to retrieve erased data from partitions formatted with file systems like FAT16, FAT32, NTFS, NTFS5, and ExFAT.

Moreover, this utility involves easy recovery process to get back data from your lost or missing partition, irrespective of file types you own. It can recover data from corrupted partition, RAW partition, damaged partition, etc.


Step-by-Step Instructions to Recover Deleted Partition on External Hard Drive:

Step 1: Connect the external hard drive from which you want to recover deleted partition to a working computer. Launch Remo Recover software and click on Recover Partitions button.

Recover Fujitsu Partition - Main Screen


Step 2: Select the external hard drive from where you have deleted the partition and click Scan. The tool will quickly start scanning your selected drive to restore your erased partition data.

Restore Fujitsu Partition - Scanning


Step 3: After scanning, you can Preview (by right-clicking/double-clicking) list of recovered files from deleted partition either in File Type View and Data View.

Retrieve Fujitsu Partition - Recovered Files List


Step 4: Finally, Save the recovered files from deleted or lost partitions on another drive to avoid data overwriting.

Fujitsu Partition Restoration - Save Recovered Files



Why Remo to Recover Deleted Partition on External Hard Drive?

Remo Recover tool's easy-to-use interface will assist any novice user for recovering deleted partition on the external hard drive in a just few simple steps. The toolkit is capable of recovering lost or deleted photos, videos, audios, documents, Office files (Word, PowerPoint, Excel), compressed archives (ZIP, RAR), Photoshop file and more up to 300 file formats. Also, the software provides an option Add/Edit File Signature in case, the file type you want to retrieve is not found in the recovered list. Besides this, Save Recovery Session feature is offered to avoid re-scanning of the hard drive.

Other Added Benefits of Using This Tool Are Listed Below:

  • Supports external hard drive recovery from different brands like Seagate, Toshiba, LaCie, Maxtor, Western Digital, Iomega and many more.
  • Recover files from several hard drive interfaces such as SSD, SCSI, IDE, SATA, ATA, and more.
  • Along with external drive recovery, the software can perform data recovery on internal hard drives, USB drives, flash drives, pen drives, SD cards, memory cards, FireWire drive, and other portable storage devices
  • It supports all versions of Windows operating system including the latest OS Windows 10; even Mac OS X compatible edition is available for free download

You Can Try Remo Recover in All Below-Listed Data Loss Scenarios:

  • Deleting a partition from Disk Management
  • Following wrong methods or interruptions while partitioning/repartitioning your drive
  • Formatting or reformatting portable hard drives
  • Damaged partition header
  • Partition table corruption due to virus attack or other reasons
  • The corrupted file system of partitions/hard drive
  • Detaching the external hard drive from the computer while the read/write is still under process
  • Presence of excess bad sectors on your drives
  • An interrupted file transfer process
  • Partitioning errors, etc.

 

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