How To Recover Lost Data From D Drive
Have you ever lost data from your hard drive? I sure have and many times I have not been able to get it back. So if you have to lose data from your hard drive and you want to learn how to recover lost data from a D drive here are some tips to get you started. Hopefully, after reading this article you will be able to recover your lost data from the D drive and get back your files.
It is important to first understand that no matter how bad your PC’s performance is it is possible to recover lost data from the D drive. The reason why is because a majority of the time the files that we think we deleted actually remain on the drive. This is why we can never delete them from the hard drive. However, it can be extremely difficult to locate them and locate the data we need to recover. We will go over a few tips on how to recover lost data from D drive.
First, we will cover how to access the NTFS partition of your hard drive. The NTFS (Notting Hill File System) is a common file system used in most computers today. The NTFS stores the files on a FAT 32 file system and is best accessed through NTFS. To access the partition on the hard drive we will utilize the Explorer. You can access the Explorer by clicking on the start button on the computer and selecting “Run”.
Second, when you are trying to figure out how to recover lost data from D drive we will need to turn to software called “My PC Inspector”. This piece of software is available free of charge at my website by following the steps outlined in the resource box below. Once you have downloaded and installed the My PC Inspector software, you can locate the hard drive where your files are located. The software is pretty self-explanatory.
The third step to learn how to recover lost data from the D drive is to disconnect the drive. Before doing this you should turn off the computer as the hard drive is physically unplugged. You should also disconnect any other drives that may be attached to the computer. It is possible to do this step many times until the data is no longer located on the drive. Once this is accomplished you can reconnect the drive. When you do reconnect the drive it will take a bit of time to recognize and attempt to recognize the drive.
Fourth, after disconnecting all other drives you should open the My PC Inspector software. Once you have opened the software you can determine which drive it is by clicking on the drive’s icon found at the bottom left corner of the window. You will see a series of numbers beginning with F: which represents the first drive on the left-hand side of the window. If you have more than one hard drive connected to your computer you will see the number for each drive separated out in several different ways ranging from farthest to closest.
Fifth, you will need to locate your file. You will be prompted to insert the name of the file that is no longer contained on the hard drive. In some cases, the drive may say “partitioned”. If you see this, you have two choices; you can continue and try to recover lost data from the drive, or you can perform a “cd” of the file and then re-attempt the recovery. This process is usually very easy and does not take long to complete.
There are several different ways to learn how to recover lost data from D drive. The best method will depend upon the situation that has caused the data loss. If you have an important document that you would like to keep safe you should look into learning how to recover lost data from D drive today.