Recover Hard Disk Partition Not Opening
Is your hard drive partition not opening up? Tensed about losing the files contained in it permanently? There is nothing to worry, as you can easily get back access to these documents. It is possible to get back access to your partition by using a powerful hard disk partition repair application. As the name suggests, this tool identifies and fixes the error which renders the partition inaccessible.
Causes for partition inaccessibility
Though it doesn't take much to fix corrupt partition, we need to be aware of the reasons that lead to partition inaccessibility. The reasons include:
System crash: System crash happens due to improper shutdown of system which results in partition corruption.
Malware or virus attack: Spyware or malware overwrites the abstract areas of the hard disk with garbage data and thus it severely corrupts the partition documents.
Boot Sector Corruption: Corruption of a boot sector can often lead to partition corruption.This is because, the bad boot sector keeps throwing severe boot problems which takes its toll on the file system of a partition.
Partition recovery application can help you overcome these problems. The application can be used to restore lost disk partition data from RAID0, RAID1, RAID5 partitions. It supports recovery of data from FAT16, FAT32, NTFS, NTFS5, ExFAT file systems. It can also be used to restore deleted hard drive partition. This software has a feature called “Save Recovery Session” which saves recovery time considerably. This tool is capable of retrieving files with alternate data streams attribute from a NTFS drive. Usually, this tool has two versions for Windows and Mac partition recovery.
How to open inaccessible partition?
You can recover damaged hard disk partition by following the below mentioned steps:
Step 1: Download and install the restoration tool. From the main screen select “Recover Partitions / Drives” and then choose “Partition Recovery” option to proceed further.
Step 2: Select the drive that contains the partition. After choosing the partition from the drive click “Next” to carry out the scanning process
Step 3: After the scanning gets over, the data available in the damaged partition is displayed, select the files you wish to restore and click "Next" to choose the location where you wish to save the file.