DiskPart Is A Command Line Utility By Microsoft Windows That Enables You To Manage Disks

DiskPart is a command line utility by Microsoft Windows that enables you to manage disks, volume by using scripts or direct input of commands. Functionalities of DiskPart includes creation of partition of a disk, setting the partition active and formatting of it. As DiskPart enables explicit control over the volumes, many times, incautious usage of it results in data loss demanding any partition recovery software.

Below are some of the cases, where incautious use of DiskPart causes data loss or inaccessibility:

DiskPart converts a basic disk to a dynamic disk. Before using DiskPart, you must ensure that the disk must be empty or contains either primary volume or logical volume to avoid loss of data. Furthermore, the basic disks containing fault-tolerant disk driver (FtDisk), must be converted using Disk manager rather than DiskPart before upgrading, or else, these situations will lead to data loss.

On basic disks, the partitions are deleted through focus. Thus incorrect choosing of partition focus and thereby deletion causes data loss. Partitions lost in this way can only be recovered using any good partition recovery software.If the hard disk has already been upgraded to dynamic disk, then usage of DiskPart command can damage the partition table leading to data loss and the need of partition recovery becomes inevitable.

All these above cases of data inaccessibility or loss necessitate Partition Recovery as those partitions contain your valuable data. Furthermore, in the above cases, when backup is not available or failed to restore the data due to any erroneous reason, use of partition recovery software to get back your data is the only option left.

All these Partition Recovery tools are safe and are easy to use without the need of any prior technical knowledge. The application use a certain set of scanning algorithms which help extracting lost information.


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