How to Recover Deleted Partition Data in Windows 10?
Are your partition data deleted in Windows 10? This post tells how to recover deleted partition data in Windows 10, 11 and 7.
Can I recover data from a deleted partition in Windows 10?
I'm utilizing Windows 10, with three partitions segments in it C, D, and E. All were working fine till the previous evening however today morning when I turned on my computer, the E partition is gone, and it seems like I accidentally deleted it yesterday. I'm not technically knowledgeable so incapable to recognize the issue, but I need my partition data back. Do you have any suggestions to help me retrieve partition data?
- Question from Quest
If you have the same problem as above, don't worry. Whether you deleted the entire partition or the data of the partition, there is a way to get it back.
Recover deleted partition data in Windows after you remove the partition
If you delete the entire partition, resulting in the data loss of the partition, you are able to use AOMEI Partition Recovery Wizard. This tool is available for Windows 11/10/8.1/8/7/Vista/XP. When using it, it can recover your partition and data inside together. Follow the process below and figure out how to retrieve deleted partition and partition data in Windows 10.
Step 1. Install and run AOMEI Partition Assistant Professional > Select Partition Recovery Wizard on the left > Locate the disk that includes the lost partition > Click Next.
Step 2. Select a search mode, it’s better to select Fast Search because it can save time. Then, click on Next.
Step 3. It will show you all deleted partitions. You can select the one that you want to recover and then click on Proceed.
Step 4. When the process is completed, the Congratulations window will pop up. Click Finish. Then you can go to File Explorer to check the deleted partitions and data.
How to recover deleted data from partition in Windows 10
If you just deleted the data in the partition, there are many ways to recover them. Follow the methods below to regain your deleted data.
However, it’s worth mentioning that if you deleted data by clicking Ctrl + D, you can retrieve them from Recycle Bin directly.
Way 1. Retrieve deleted data in the partition from File History
File History of Windows is a useful built-in feature. You can retrieve data easily if you enable it before deleting files.
Step 1. Launch the Control Panel, and click the System and Security.
Step 2. Click File History and tap Restore your files with File History.
Step 3. Find and right-click the Restore personal files on the left list.
Step 4. The deleted file will appear on your interface and then click the Restore.
Way 2. Recover deleted files in the partition from Backup and Restore
Backup and Restore is a backup tool. If you created a backup by using it, you can easily restore deleted data from it.
Step 1. Launch the Windows menu and choose Control Panel > Click System and Security > Backup and Restore (Windows 7).
Step 2. Click on the Restore my files button on this page.
Way 3. Recover Deleted Partition Data with MyRecover
Both of the above methods require a backup, if you don't have a backup when you delete the partition data, I recommend you to use MyRecover.
It is compatible with Windows 11/10/8/7 and Windows Server and can restore more than 200 file types, including photos, videos, documents, PDF, Word files, etc. The other advantages of this software have been listed below.
▪ Recover data integrity: This tool can restore the filename, path, and format of the original file.
▪ Combining two scanning modes (Quick Scan&Deep Scan): It can automatically detect deleted files.
▪ Widely use: It can recover data from SSD, HDD, USB, memory card, and so forth, and also supports NTFS, FAT32, exFAT, and ReFS in Windows.
▪ Multiple types of recovery: It can recover various types of files, like PPT, Word, Excel, Photos, Videos, Audios, Zip files and etc.
Click the button to download this useful software, and the following steps show you how to recover deleted partition data in Windows 10.
Step 1. Locate the USB drive where your data are lost, and click Start Scan.
Step 2. After Quick Scan&Deep Scan, you can see your lost files.
Step 3. Select a storage path to store your recovered files, click on the Recover X files button, and then click the Start Recovery to complete the process.
To sum up
The article not only talks about how to recover deleted partition data in Windows 10 after partition deletion but shows how to retrieve only deleted data on partition in Windows 10. Recovering data is really not a difficult task, but data protection cannot be ignored. I want to introduce you to a professional backup tool, AOMEI Backupper. It can help you to back up an entire partition with 3 simple steps.