“At present I am completely confused as my Windows system is not showing one of the logical partitions on NTFS drive. Unfortunately, it’s the one that contains all the important data. I have no idea, how to recover logical partition on NTFS drive, as I am not a technical person. Can anyone suggest me an efficient way to restore lost data from missing NTFS partition, so that I can resume my work? Any sorts of assistance would be highly appreciated.”
It seems that most of the Windows users suffer this type of terrible situation, wherein logical partition on their NTFS drive that holds official or personal information goes missing. It’s completely understandable that one might get anxious after encountering this kind of unexpected data upset. Relax..! You need not to get anxious, since there are fair chances to perform missing data recovery from NTFS partition on your Windows based computer with aid of powerful NTFS partition recovery software.
Partitions are logically divided areas of hard drive that help users to manage, access and organize their data in an efficient way. Moreover, NTFS drives are newer, advance and more reliable as compared with FAT file system. In spite of all its features these drives are not completely safe from unforeseen unfriendly data situations, because of which one might face hard time.
Let’s review the common factors that result in loss of logical partition from Windows system:-
Incorrect repartitioning: Generally when you buy a brand new computer or laptop, it has only one drive. Suppose you divided it in to two, but after some time you find a need of another one. You initiate repartitioning process, while doing it you encounter some errors and process gets terminated abruptly. On restarting your system, you notice that one of the existing logical partition is missing, which had your important data. This unexpected missing of partition leads to data loss.
File system corruption: There are various reasons for a NTFS file system to get corrupt and result in critical data loss. Since file system is accountable for managing, maintaining and organizing of data on the logical drive slightest of unwanted change made to it might make the entire logical drive inaccessible due to corruption and result in data disasters
Is it possible to retrieve logical partition on NTFS drive?
Well, it’s possible to get back logical partition on NTFS drive that went missing, lost or deleted by employing Remo Recover. Within the minimum technical knowledge you can operate the software, as it comes with detailed and simple user interface. Recovery of lost data from logical partition on NTFS drive is quite simple with this ultimate partition recovery tool, since it is equipped with superior recovery modules and smart scanning engine. Besides, NTFS drive retrieval software also supports recovery of lost data from logical drives of FAT and ExFAT based hard drive on Windows 8, 7, XP, Vista operating systems.
Additional features of Remo Recover!!!
Step 1: Install and run Remo Recover software on your Windows computer and select “Recover Partitions” option from main screen. Then, you will see a list of available logical and physical disks. Choose the appropriate disk and click "Scan" button
Figure A: Main Screen
Step 2: Now the tool scans the disk to find all its partitions that are lost, deleted, formatted, and corrupted. Upon the completion of scanning, a list of found partitions are displayed. Choose the required NTFS partition and click "Scan" button to start the recovery process
Figure B: List of Found Partitions
Step 3: Remo Recover will now scans the NTFS drive to extract all its files. Once scanning and recovery is done, it shows the list of recovered files in "Data View", and "File Type View"
Figure C: Recovered Data View
Step 4: Now the tool allows to evaluate its recovery results. To preview the recovred files, click "Preview" option
Figure D: Preview Recovered Files
Step 5: Finally if you are happy with the recovery results, then activate the license key of the tool and save the recovered files to any location accessible to host computer.
Figure E: Save Recovered Data