How to Get Files Back from NTFS Partition
NTFS (New Technology File System) is the default file system used by Windows NT family, including Windows 2000, Windows XP, Windows Server 2003, Windows Server 2008, Windows Vista and Windows 7. NTFS is relatively new and considered to be more advanced than FAT32. NTFS makes use of advanced data structure to improve reliability, maximum capacity, and overall performance. NTFS has become more and more popular. However, data loss issues like NTFS partitions becoming RAW have also rapid risen with it. This article provides some solutions to recover lost data from NTFS drives.
Recover Data from NTFS Drives
Even if you are not familiar with NTFS or any other filesystems, you can still get your lost data back with ease. Various professional data recovery software is available nowadays on the Internet for you to choose. Here we recommend H Data Recovery Software, a professional and easy-to-use tool that has helped millions of people to restore their valuable data from seemingly hopeless situations, such as system reset, hard drive formatting, partition crashes…
Step 1. Free download and launch H data recovery software. Select a module best suited for your data loss situation and click Next. If you accidentally deleted files on your NTFS drive, select the first Accidental Deletion module. If your drive partitions have crashed, choose Partition Recovery module instead.
Step 2. Select the NTFS partition from which you want to recover your data and click “Next” to search for all the lost files.
Step 3. When scanning is done, you will be able to see all the files that can be recovered. Check the files you wish to recover and click next to start the recovering process. If the scanning process failed to find your lost file, try our new feature “Universal Recovery”. It is a special module that scans deeper and quicker into the storage and locates all deleted files
Step 4. After you have chosen your files, you can go ahead and start to recover these files to your computer. You need to select a safe directory to store the recovered files first to avoid potential overwriting.