Data in Unallocated space

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  1. deltamaster

    deltamaster Registered Member

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    Hello, after a process of moving move/resize partitions I got a big problem in boot that I already managed to resolve.

    But another problem that appeared in the other HD is that during the partition resize, apparently the program didn't resized the unollocated space to the correct partition. And now, apparently ALL the data of the partition was to the unallocated space. Since I can't create a new partition in that space without formatting, What can I do in a simple way to restore the partition without the need of 'recover file programs'?

    I'm using Paragon Partition Manager 9.0 professional.
     
  2. MudCrab

    MudCrab Imaging Specialist

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    It might help if you posted a screenshot of the drive along with more details on what you did.

    Have you checked the unallocated space to see if a partition was found that could be undeleted?

    Do you have a backup image of the partition(s)? It's recommended to do this before making partitioning changes. If you don't have a backup, you should make one before making further changes that may result in data loss.

    In many cases, drives in this state require "file recovery" programs. This is because the partition stucture is lost/corrupted or the file system data is lost/corrupted.
     
  3. deltamaster

    deltamaster Registered Member

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    Well, i corrected the problem some days ago.
    I tried to undelete the partition, but the program did not found any partition, I tried other several programs but without any success.
    Then I used Partition Table Doctor and it found the partition without any problem, I managed to recover it with success.

    ;)
     
  4. SIW2

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    Partition Table Doctor - I assume you are using XP , then ?
     
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