Recovering NTFS Files After Delete, Format, RAW, Repartition, Corrupted etc. And more than ntfs file recovery on this page.
When you need to recover NTFS files, you can count on two programs to for help with different data loss scenarios, TestDisk and iCare Data Recovery Pro to help you accomplish your task quickly.
With easy to navigate menu items on a user friendly control panel, iCare is helping hundreds of users every day perform complicated tasks with no concern that they will lose files. Working with hard drive partitions and other types of NTFS files means you are performing tasks that could result in lost or corrupt data between hard drives.
If you mistakenly deleted ntfs partition and want to undelete it, or if your disk ntfs partition has been repartitioned, you may try free tool TESTDISK that provide a safe ntfs disk recovery in command line interface. (Not for formatted ntfs partition recovery, nor corrupted ntfs partition, which is included in the part 2)
Video - how to recover deleted partition using testdisk free
Testdisk is especially efficient for lost partition due to delete, damaged partition table, repartitioned hard drive etc. However if you want to recover data after format ntfs partition, or when your partition is corrupted, you need to use the second tool in Part2.
The following Windows computer software will help recover ntfs partition from formatted, corrupted, raw partitions.
Step1. Download and install the data recovery software on computer. Launch the software and choose a recovery module.
Step2. Choose the NTFS partition so that the software will scan it for lost files.
Step3. You are allowed to preview the found files when scanning is completed. Then, you can select the files you need and save them.
The above tool can help files from NTFS partition which has been formatted, corrupted, deleted, lost by damged partition table, raw etc.
We have much to owe to technology, and partitioning hardware and supporting software has made it possible for users to store unlimited amounts of data without sacrificing computer performance. There are times, however, when the hardware malfunctions; and in cases such as these, it's an excellent plan of attack to have iCare Data Recovery Pro installed to reverse the effects of technical difficulty that put your files and folders at risk.
Repairing corrupted ntfs drive no matter it was internal hard drive, or external usb disk/flash drive, chkdsk would help repair and remove bad blocks on ntfs drives for free.
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If your NTFS partition has become RAW, it means that the file system on the partition is not recognized or is damaged. In such cases, you can try the following steps to recover data from the RAW partition:
Do not format the RAW partition: It's important to avoid formatting the RAW partition as it will erase all data on it. Formatting should only be considered as a last resort.
Use data recovery software: There are several data recovery software programs available that specialize in recovering data from RAW partitions. Some popular options include iCare Data Recovery Free, TestDisk. Download and install one of these programs on your computer.
Repair the RAW partition: After recovering your important data, you can attempt to repair the RAW partition. You can use the built-in Windows tools like Command Prompt or Disk Management to perform the repair. In Command Prompt, you can try running the following command:
chkdsk /f X:
Replace "X" with the drive letter assigned to the RAW partition. This command will attempt to fix any file system errors on the partition.
If the above steps do not successfully recover your data or repair the RAW partition, you may want to consider seeking professional data recovery services. These services have specialized equipment and expertise to deal with more complex data recovery scenarios.
Remember, it's always recommended to regularly back up your data to avoid data loss in the event of partition or file system issues.
Last updated on Nov 28, 2023