Bring partition back from Linux

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I setup Linux operating system in my pc but there was a problem in DVD so Linux was setup with wrong way before Linux I was working on windows 7 and pc was divided to four partitions but after Linux wrong setup one of these partitions can’t be seen by windows 7 what happened and how to bring this partition back?  

 

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Bring partition back from Linux

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Linux partition system are ext4, ext3, ext2, swap, while Windows partition system are NTFS, Fat32, Fat, and exfat. Windows system can't read this Linux system. But in the opposite, Linux can read even edit and execute Windows data.

If one of your partition gone, it means, that partition has formatted in linux system. That's no need to worry. You still can see this partition with help tool. Download and install Easeus partition tool to your Window 7. You will see all your partitions in your HD. Partition you can not see will appear there with name : "Other". Click at that partition, and see the volume. It must be same amount with the space of your lost partition.

If you want to make it appear in your Windows system, you must format it back to NTFS, Fat32, Fat, or exfat. But if you still want to use that partition for Linux, but you think you got wrong in previous install, you can delete that partition to make clean install of Linux. Use Easeus tool to format, delete, move/resize your partition. 🙂

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