Friday, October 14, 2011

How to Perform data recovery for Windows - MiniTool Power Data Recovery

Windows is a series of operating systems developed by Microsoft, enjoying the largest quantity of users throughout the world. Currently, mainstream Windows operating systems include both 32/64-bit Windows Server 2000, Windows XP, Windows Server 2003, Windows Vista, Windows 7, Windows Server 2008, etc. With the incessant upgrade and release of operating systems, performances of Windows operating system have experienced great optimization. However, data recovery function is till a patent defect of Windows operating systems and user should always turn to third-party data recovery software to resolve data loss problems. Speaking of data recovery software, I would like to recommend MiniTool Power Data Recovery.

MiniTool power Data Recovery
MiniTool Power Data Recovery, a free data recovery tool developed by MiniTool Solution Ltd., gathers features of powerful function, highly efficient and purely green. Furthermore, it runs perfectly under 32/64 bit (whatever personal, professional or corporate edition) operating systems including Windows XP, Windows 2000, Windows 2003, Windows 2008, Windows Vista, and Windows 7 and supports all kinds of file systems like FAT12, FAT16, FAT32 and NTFS, etc. In addition, MiniTool Power Data Recovery bears five data recovery modules: "Undelete Recovery", "Damaged Partition Recovery", "Lost Partition Recovery", "Digital Media Recovery" and "CD/DVD Recovery".

Recover data from lost partition with MiniTool Power Data Recovery:
Download MiniTool Power Data Recovery at our official website for free.

Launch MiniTool Power Data Recovery to enter the main interface.

Select "Lost Partition Recovery".

Click the desired lost partition and then click "Recover" to detect lost partition.

This interface shows the possibly lost partition, select a desired partition and click "Full Scan".
Select the highest suggested partition and then click "Show Files".

Lastly, check the desired files and save them to assigned location by clicking "Save Files". 

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