NTFS Recovery-How to Recover NTFS Data in Windows?|Restore NTFS HDD

What is NTFS?

NTFS (New Technology File System) is the primary file system used in Microsoft’s Windows 7, Windows Vista, Windows XP, Windows 2000 and Windows NT operating systems for storing and retrieving files on a hard disk.

Why Use NTFS Data Recovery

Data stored in hard disk usually gets damaged or lost due to accidental deletion, formatting of a hard drive partition, presence of bad sectors in the disk, loss of Master Boot Record (MBT), attack of viruses, power failure, unexpected system shutdown and hard disk crash etc. To get NTFS data back, you need to utilize a NTFS data recovery software. Tenorshare Data Recovery Professional is a comprehensive data recovery program that can recover your files, folder of pictures, music, videos and documents from deleted, corrupted, formatted, and reformatted NTFS file system and other file systems like FAT12, FAT16, FAT32, Mac file system (HFS, HFS+) and Linux file system (EXT2, EXT3). You can get it from http://www.tenorshare.com/products/data-recovery-pro.html

How to Recover NTFS Data from Hard Drive

With wizard-driven interface, this program is very easy for users, even computer novice, to instantly repair NTFS hard drive.

Difficulty: Quiet Easy.

Time: It depends on the size of your partition and the performance of your computer.

What you need: NTFS Recovery Software, an external hard drive.

Below is the step-by-step guide for you to learn how it works.

Firstly, you need to download NTFS Recovery in a separate partition from your lost data saved.

Secondly, choose the recovery mode according to your scenario in which you lost your data. If you delete the partition, click “Deleted Recovery”; if you format it, click “Formatted Recovery”.

Thirdly, select the partition where you lost the data. For formatted recovery, you need to do one more step: choose “NTFS” as the file system. And then click “Scan” to search the recoverable files.

Fourthly, all the recovered files, folders will be listed on a tree-like window. Tick the files that you need to recover and click “Recover” to start NTFS recovery.

Fifthly, select a partition which is different from the one your lost files located or an external hard drive to save the newly recovered files.

Sixthly, click “OK” to complete NTFS data recovery.

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