How to use Active@ Boot Disk for partitioning, formatting, restoring lost partitions? Active@ Partition Recovery
Partition Recovery utility main features:
- Finding and recovering deleted partitions and logical drives
- Creating a Drive Image for backup purposes
- Fixing or creating a typical MBR (Master Boot Record)
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You can recover deleted or damaged partitions from any disks: (D:, E:, and so on), attached hard drives, USB drives and Memory Cards (SunDisk, MemoryStick, CompactFlash, etc.).
If needed BOOT.INI is rectified automatically to repair an un-bootable system on a system partition. As well, damaged Volume Boot Sectors are rectified to maintain integrity of the partition. This utility also enables you to fix a damaged MBR and to delete invalid partitions.
For booting any computer properly, need the following conditions:
- The MBR (Master Boot Record) exists and is not damaged
- The Partition Table exists and contains at least one active partition
If these conditions exist, the executable code in the MBR selects an active partition and passes control to it so that it can start loading the system files (COMMAND.COM, NTLDR, ... ).
If these files are missing or corrupted then the operating system will be unbootable.
More detailed instructions and support: Active@ Partition Recovery User Guide.
Recovering accidentally deleted or damaged partitions
|Partition Recovery Overview|
|Data Recovery Tips|
|Find and Recover Deleted Partitions and Logical Drives|
|Creating a Raw Disk Image|
|Fixing or Creating the MBR|