Hard drive is generally partitioned to segregate different kind of data from each other. This reduces the confusion and desired files can be accessed more easily. Partitioning is usually performed during installation of new Operating System or during formatting, but there are some situations when you need to partition your hard drive further or to resize existing partitions, without formatting the entire system. This process is known as repartitioning and can be easily performed through disk management option in your Windows OS.
If the process of repartitioning is performed properly then you will get the desired results but if any kind of interruption occurs then you might get errors like 'Exception Processing Message' or 'Not Enough Memory'. These errors are a result of failed, incorrect or incomplete repartitioning process and might make your hard drive inaccessible. This in turn results in huge data loss and the user has to perform data recovery after repartition.
If you have also lost your data after repartitioning errors then donâ€™t worry; your data is not gone anywhere and can be recovered easily. Until and unless the lost data is not overwritten, you can easily recover data after repartition; so you need to keep your hard drive idle until recovery is performed on it. To restore data after repartition error, a good quality and efficient software is required. Disk Partition Recovery tool is the best option in that context. It has a powerful scanning engine and can perform recovery from corrupted or inaccessible partitions too. This tool can recover data after repartition under following situation â€“
Accidental deletion or formatting of partitions containing important data while repartitioning: You may accidentally select and erase a partition that has your crucial documents or favorite pictures, while resizing the hard drive. You might even format a partition by mistake during the re-partitioning process. The reformatting process will also result in very distrous situations. In order to restore data after reformat, read this page.
Repartitioning hard drive using third party tools: Due to the usage of unreliable third party partitioning tools or the lack of usage knowledge, users might end up with inaccessible or corrupt hard drive. You might even lose an entire partition if the repartitioning process goes wrong. Visit www.diskpartitionrecovery.com/find-missing-hdd.html to know how to get back data in this situation.
Abruption in hard disk repartitioning: Due to the reasons like incorrectly following the partitioning process, sudden system shutdown, power surge or manual intervention, etc. if the process of repartitioning hard drive is interrupted then you may lose all the data saved on your hard drive.
The above data loss scenarios sound scary but with the Disk Partition Recovery tool, you can easily perform data recovery after repartition and keep all your data loss worries aside. The tool is capable of restoring over 300 types of files and using features like Add/Edit Signature, one can easily add the file format if it is not listed in the tool. There are various other unique features like Signature Search, Save Recovery Session, Preview, Find Tool, etc. that makes this tool better than other available tools and becomes the best way to restore data after repartition. The software is available as a free demo version that can be downloaded from the links provided on this page. Once the files are restored, the user can preview them to judge their quality and toolâ€™s capability of performing data recovery after repartition. If the results are satisfying then the user can buy full version and save recovered data on a drive accessible to the host Operating System.
How to recover data after repartition?:
Step 1: Select "Recover Drives" option from the main screen
Figure 1: Main Window
Step 2: Then select "Partition Recovery" option
Figure 2: Select Partition Recovery
Step 3: Now choose the affected drive and click Next
Figure 3: Select drive
Step 4: After scanning the lost data, it is displayed in front of you. Preview and save the files.
Figure 4: File Preview