It’s a good idea to partition a storage into more than one partitions before we use it to store data. It helps avoid data lost due to accidental issues. It is the rule almost 99% of computer users comply with. For sure, it works. However, there are sometimes you delete partition accidentally in Windows 10, Windows 7, Windows 8, Windows XP and more. If in this case, you must want to undelete partition to get all the data back. In the following, I will explain how to undelete partition in Windows 10/7/8/XP.
Generally speaking, all deleted files, including partition are still on your computer the moment you delete them. They are there, invisible, waiting to be replaced by new data. When new data comes, it will overwrite the deleted ones as it occupies the space. So, in this case, if you want to do Windows undelete partition, you have to hurry up, getting it done before it disappeared.
Most people want to undelete partition mostly because they want to get the data in the partition back. Otherwise, they can re-create a partition as soon as possible, saving the time for undelete partition, right? In this case, the iBeesoft Data Recovery can help. It will scan your computer for the deleted partition, display it and let you get data from the deleted partition effectively and easily. It can also unformat partition and recover deleted files even emptied recycle bin on Windows 10/7/8/XP/Vista or Mac OS X 10.6 and later. This undelete partition program is simple to use for individuals. You just need to follow the built-in navigation; you’ll get the task done easily. Here in the following, we will see how to undelete partition in Windows.
Download and install iBeesoft Data Recovery on your computer. It is virus-free. You can click to download the free trial version below. Next, install it on your computer, the same as you install other software.
In the next window, all supported files are listed there, including documents, pictures, audio files, videos, archives, other files, etc. As for file format, you can see it supports more than 200 file types. All supported files are selected by default. If it is OK for you, just click "Start". You can also unselect file types by unchecking them.
Step 3. Select deleted the partition to scan
Next, you can see all the partitions on your Windows PC are displayed there, including the deleted partition. From there, you can select it and click "Scan". What does it mean? It means you will get all the data from the deleted partition back effectively. I think it means a lot for you.
In a few minutes, all data from the delete partition are found by the software. You can see they’re sorted into categories and list on the right side. From there, select files to preview. When you find the wanted ones, select them and click "Recover" to save them on your Windows computer.
To be honest, I strongly recommend you try the "Deep Scan" feature in the result window if you’re not satisfied with the result. It will scan the whole computer, undelete more partition data even though it takes longer than the Quick Scan. Anyway, a better choice if you want to get a better result.