Hey, I lost the D partition from my computer. I just couldn't find it when I opened my computer. I do not know where it is or how to return it. I went to the Disk Management and found it empty. So, I tried to make it NTFS. But to do so, I must format it; I thought it would make the data go. Can I restore my partition without losing data? A quick fix is appreciated. Thank you.
Finley· Answered on Jan 16, 2024
You have several ways available to restore a partition without losing data. Still, if you want to get your data back as quickly as possible, you might need a professional data recovery tool to help you speed up the process. EaseUS Data Recovery Wizard is a wise choice.
You can read the steps below to see how simple it is:
Step 1. Open EaseUS Data Recovery Wizard and select the "Lots Partition" button. Click "Scan" to search for the lost data. You can find the partition you want to recover through its size.
Step 2. You will see many scanned files when the process is finished. You can filter these files by quick filtering. For example, you can filter them by file formats, such as Pictures, Videos, Documents, Audio, and Others. You can also type in the filename if you remember.
Step 3. You can preview the file before recovery to ensure you find the file you want. Now, choose the files you want to recover and click "Recover" to restore them without losing data.
Sure, you can restore a partition without losing data, but nipping the dangers in the bud is most recommended. If you want to recover partitions in a way that will keep all your newer data, there is only one useful approach - back up your data regularly. You need to make a full image backup of your hard drive. You can directly restore your files from the File History or Windows Backup. But if you forget to enable them and want to recover an accidentally deleted partition, use EaseUS Data Recovery Wizard for help.
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