Partition Recovery

Upgrading OS – Lost Partition after Upgrading Windows OS

“I am using Microsoft Windows 7 operating system in my computer. I have divided my hard disk into partitions in order to increase my disk space and store my information collectively. After the introduction of Windows 8 operating system, I upgraded system with that OS. Once I completed upgrading, I searched for some of my partitions but I was shocked because all the partitions I made in my hard disk were missing. I was fully confused and worried of this because the files and folders in the partitions are very important to me and I don’t even have back up of those files. Can anyone help me to recover lost partitions after upgrading Windows OS?

You may upgrade your Operating System in order to use your system with advanced features in new OS. Sometimes while installing the new OS, partitions may get corrupted due to several reasons such as installation error, file system corruption, power surge etc. to know more about upgrading Operating System visit this page. Missing some partitions from the hard disk may lead to severe data loss and situation become more disastrous if you don’t have back up. But you can recover lost partitions after upgrading Windows OS using reliable recovery tool and you should be careful of selecting the tool because opting an unrecognized recovery tool can lead to permanent loss of your partitions.

The well-suited tool that can recover lost partitions after upgrading Windows OS is Windows Partition Recovery Tool. This tool can recover your lost, damaged, deleted partitions missed due to accidental format, file system corruption, installation failure etc.

Scenarios that may cause loss of partitions:

Sudden Formatting: There can be instance, when you end up accidentally format partitions of the hard drive  connected to your machine instead of other system drive/partitions. As a result of this, you may lose entire data stored on hard drive

Accidental Deletion: Sometimes, while removing unwanted partitions you may end up accidentally delete fundamental partition stored on hard drive. As a result of this, you may lose entire data stored on hard disk

Firmware Problems: Firmware modules are located on the service area on the platters of hard drive. For instance, if one or more modules get corrupted corresponding hard drive become inaccessible. Although, if you attempt to access drives with no operating system found, firmware corruption encounter boot failure, or other BIOS errors

Bad Sectors: Most of the times, because of aging and other cause like sudden power surge make hard drive platters get degraded causing bad sectors. Whenever heads hit these areas on the platters with drive starts making scratching noises, bad sectors. However, if you keep running drive in this condition will cause further damage to the surface area result in data loss

Clicking hard disk: This is the most common indicator of hard drive failure i.e. clicking sound. More often, this sound is a sign of broken or damaged heads, which is quite different from the regular clicking result in severe data loss

Features of Windows Partition Recovery Tool:

Windows Partition Recovery application is one of the most popular utility suggested by expert data recovery professionals to recover lost partitions after upgrading windows OS. This Recovery tool has the capability to restore partition after upgrading windows on all versions of Windows Operating systems. With the simple graphical user interface and automated scanning engine, this utility offers retrieval of a broad range of the media files and documents from ATA, SCSI, PATA, SATA and IDE hard drives powered by Western Digital, Buffalo, Toshiba, Seagate, Samsung, Lenovo, Kingston, Transcend, Hitachi and SanDisk etc. This software can also be used to restore data from USB external hard drive, SSD, memory sticks, flash memory cards and other type storage media that are corrupted, damaged, formatted or inaccessible due to different reasons. Further, user can utilize this program to restore data from NTFS, NTFS5, HFS+, FAT16, FAT32 and HFSX partitions / volumes.