How To Recover Deleted Partition on a Hard Drive

Earlier I made a tutorial on How To Delete Partition on a Hard Drive. After making the tutorial, I also made a video tutorial on that too but in the process of making the video, I wrongly deleted a partition on my hard drive (partition 3 when using diskpart which is the 3rd method in the video) and that partition that I deleted was the partition that contained all my files. I became so confused that I was about regretting why I made the video tutorial but I took a deep breath and I concluded with a statement: "If a partition can be deleted, there must be a possible way of restoring them".

...Yes, that statement was right! but before it could be accomplished take note that: "Only four primary partitions can exist on the same Hard Disk, Once a partition has been deleted, you cannot restore partition if this amount has been exceeded". Perfect! mine wasn't exceeded that simply means I can restore them back. So after surfing the internet, I discovered a program which I used in recovering my deleted data and files and the program is called "EaseUS Partition Master". I recommend this program because it worked for me in just one click, so on this tutorial, I will be showing you on how you can restore deleted partitions on a hard drive.

Steps on How To Recover Deleted Partition on a Hard Drive

Step 1: Download the program from the link provided. After downloading, install the setup on your PC.

Step 2: Launch setup after installation >> Select the partition labelled "Unallocated" on the disk you have deleted its partition >> Right click and select Partition recovery.

Step 3: On the Partition Recovery Wizard window, Choose a search method by selecting "fast" and click Next>.

Step 4: Now select the partitions you will like to recover and select Proceed>.

Step 5: Patiently wait for the restoration process to complete. Once it is completed, exit setup.

Now you have successfully restored the deleted partitions on your hard drive. To verify if these works, Go to my computer >> Under Devices and Drives, check and see if you will find the restored partition.

N.B: Everything deleted will be restored so you have nothing to bothered about. This works on Windows XP, Vista, 7, 8, 8.1, and 10. Cheers!