Most computer users often encounter a situation, where in they find it difficult to access their active partition. There are several reasons due to which your partition becomes inaccessible; one main reason is operating system boot failure. Active partitions are partitions that are set as “active” by Master Boot Record (MBR). The MBR tells the operating system to boot from this partition; hence active partitions are very important. And in case you have lost or deleted your active partition on your Windows hard drive. No need to get upset! It can be recovered back by relying on an excellent recovery application
Usually when any of the important files from your active partition is missing or deleted, the operating system fails to start resulting in OS failure. When this happens you will no longer be able to access data from your computer hard drive. However as mentioned above data from active partition can be recovered with a help of a good recovery utility, the main reasons for data loss from active partitions are
Other than the above mentioned reasons there are many other reasons due to which data are lost from active partition. But it can be recovered back using Remo Recover utility
Restore Active Partition with Remo Recover!
Remo Recover is an amazing utility to restore data from your active partition within minutes. You can also recover data after partition deleted using this tool. The software has a very friendly user interface through which even a person with less technical knowledge can retrieve partition that is hidden on his computer hard drive. Adding to this the software recovers active partitions of any file system like FAT16, FAT32, exFAT, NTFS and NTFS5
Why Remo Recover stands first!
Steps to Recover Windows Active Partition:
Step 1: Download and Install the trial version of the application on the computer and launch it to open its main screen. Select "Recover Drives" option as illustrated in figure 1.
Figure 1: Main Screen
Step 2: On the next window, click on "Partition Recovery" option as illustrated in figure 2.
Figure 2: Select Partition Recovery Option
Step 3: Software will show a list of partitions, select your active partitions (generally C: drive) as illustrated in figure 3.
Figure 3: Select Active Partition
Step 4: After recovery the software displays a list of files from the selected active partition as illustrated in figure 4.
Figure 4: Recovered File List
Step 5: In the next step, save the recovery session to avoid re-scanning of the drive.
Figure 5: Save Recovery Session