I lost my D drive data but I didn’t partition it

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I face a major problem ,when I partition my hard disk. I use 120 GB hard disk. I have two drive in my hard disk. In drive C there has 40 GB and in drive D has 80 GB space. I divide my C drive into two part but I do not touch my D drive. But when I finish my setup I saw that all my data that was in drive D is deleted. I use Pentium 4  processor, winbird motherboard and windows xp pack 2. Why I face this problem?

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I lost my D drive data but I didn’t partition it

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It happens sometimes when playing with drives of your hard disk. Sometimes it happens like when you change the drive letter of one drive but data is lost from other drive.

There is a one way to get your data back go to the link below and download the software and install it according to your file system if you have FAT file system then install the FAT version otherwise install the NTFS version.

http://www.runtime.org/

It'll take time to recover your data, but you will have your all data back.

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I lost my D drive data but I didn’t partition it

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You have not touched your second drive which is the second partition in your hard disk drive. You have divided the first drive into two, this means you deleted the primary partition first then created a new partition. Since you have before the second partition, dividing the first partition affects the second partition and there is a high risk of losing your data on the second partition unless you have use a partitioning tool that can retain the secondary partition.

Best thing to do is search for a tool that has the capability to recover a partition or the partition recovery tool. I will tell you in advance this process will take a long time to complete the job. Sometimes it takes days depending on the speed of your computer and the volume of data. Good luck!

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