Restore Partition Table

Today, no work is done without using computer, whether it may be office work, work related to education or even entertainment. The hard drive partition in your computer contains all documents or texts related to your office work, academic project reports, movies that you want to watch in leisure time, games that kids want to play, etc. All people, from children to adults uses computer. So in today’s life computer has become an essential part in one’s life. But what if you lost all data or information from partition table because like any other storage devices computer hard drive partition is also prone to corruption. You will be annoyed if one day suddenly you find that all data present in your partition goes inaccessible. There is nothing more frustrated than that, and not even possible to imagine that you have lost your files forever. But you are wrong there is solution to this critical issue, of course you can get back your lost files. But how??? Well many of you may not be aware of the fact that once partition gets deleted or lost there is no chance for recovery but it is a wrong concept. You will get all your queries solved with the help of this article.

Partition table is mainly responsible for managing addresses of all stored file location. Some human errors or logical conflicts make entries of partition table unavailable. Without perfect allocation information, no file that was kept in the hard drive can be accessed by the Operating System. It is very hard to predict how & when partition table becomes corrupted & inaccessible.

Let us know some of the situations under the circumstances that leads you to lose partition table:
  • File system corruption is the primary reason

  • Virus infection or hard drive malfunctioning

  • System crash due to power fluctuations or sudden reboot

  • Deletion of log files of NTFS, FAT16, FAT32  partition table by the action of third party tools

  • Errors while repartitioning hard disk drive

  • Missing partition table entries while reinstalling OS

Now you might be thinking how you can recover files from partition table as it itself became inaccessible. Don’t panic!!! Partition Recovery software is the best solution to this problem. The application uses advanced built-in algorithm to restore back all your lost files from damaged HDD. Follow the mentioned link to perform file recovery from damaged partition recovery. It has a friendly user interface & you do not need any technical skill to run the program. It recovers partition table easily and retrieve all files within a short span of time. It also recovers lost or deleted files from NTFS, FAT16, FAT32, HFS +, HFSX partition during re- installation of Windows & Mac Operating system. Check out the site to get back lost files from NTFS after formatting during re-installation of Winodws XP. It is also capable of recognizing & restoring different types of files such as songs, videos, documents, photos etc. from the corrupted partition table. It also supports recovery of Seagate Momentus XT laptop hard disk’s partition after file system corruption along with other brands of external hard drives such as Western Digital, Maxtor and Buffalo. The software is also executable in Windows Operating System such as Windows XP, Windows 2003, Vista, 7, 8. Go to to perform file recovery on Windows 8.

Follow the steps to perform recovery process:

Step 1: On the home screen, you will find three options out of which you have to select “Recover Drives” option and then you need to select “Partition Recovery” option to recover lost files from partition table.

Restore Partition Table - Main Window

Figure 1 : Welcome Window

Step 2: Choose the affected drive from where you want to recover files and then click on “Next”option to start the recovery program.

Restore Partition Table - Drive Selection Window

Figure 2 : Select Drive

Step 3: After completion of recovery process, you can easily preview the recovered files & then save them, as shown in the Figure

Restore Partition Table- File Saving Window

Figure 3 : Save Recovered Files

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