How to recover data after reinstalling windows
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How to recover after reinstalling windows? There exist operating systems like Windows
2000, Windows 2003, Windows XP, Windows 7, Windows 2008 and partition formats
such as NTFS, FAT16, FAT32, FAT16, etc. User would lose plenty of files after reinstalling
windows, fortunately, these files are recoverable.
Normally, system reinstalling refers to computer operating system reinstalling. It has to be
reinstalled due to improper operation, virus attack, Trojans which lead to file damage or
system crash. Some users will also reinstall operating system in order to optimize
operating system though operating system runs normally.
What is system reinstalling?
System reinstalling refers to, fundamentally, format disk that system exists (usually disk C),
then copy new system into formatted disk. When installing operating system, user always
encounters various installing ways like clean installation, upgrade installation, install under
Windows or DOS, definitions are as follows:
Clean installation refers to install another operating system beyond previous
operating system, namely, multiple operating system coexistence. Clean installation
is the ideal option for those users who still want to use previous system or feel
worries about new operating system and merely like to try the new system. Clean
installation is of high safety and harmless to previous system, such as Windows
Upgrade installation refers to upgrade previous operating system, for example,
upgrade Windows 98 up to Windows 2000 or Windows XP which bears advantages
of retaining original programs, data, settings and of few compatible problems,
disadvantage of difficult to recover once upgraded.
Installation under Windows is the simplest installing method which merely requires
inserting installing CD and running installing program, familiar in interface and
simple in operation.
Installation under DOS is an installing way for computer masters, which is
performed under a heap of DOS prompts. Generally, user only need to set it as CD
driver steering in BIOS and start system with Windows installing CD, then installing
program would run automatically; or user could manually run Setup.exe program
Reinstalling operating will overwrite some files, for example, if a system disk has 100G
with 20G overwritten, then the other 80G is theoretically recoverable after reinstalling
User needs a data recovery software to recover lost files. However, there are numerous
data recovery software on market, and MiniTool Power Data Recovery, a efficient, concise
and green software developed by MiniTool Solution Ltd., is recommended. It can recover
file systems like FAT12, FAT16, FAT32 and NTFS, etc and run under Win2000, Win2003,
Win XP, Win 7 and Win 2008, etc. MiniTool Power Data Recovery is functional software,
small in size and harmless to operating system and disk partition no matter installing or
uninstalling. Click MiniTool Power Data Recovery Download to download this software for
Five modules are available after entering software: "Undelete Recovery", "Damaged
Partition Recovery", "Lost Partition Recovery", "Digital Media Recovery" and
Annotation (in the red box) comes up when putting mouse pointer on each module. Here
we choose "Damaged Partition Recovery".
Software will automatically list corresponding partition information. There are two buttons
on the right, one is Open which is employed to scan present system disk files when disk
partition runs normally; the other is Full Scan which is used to full scan disk partition and
search data when disk is severely damaged or formatted, so here we click "Full Scan".
Then, many partitions will be scanned and user should find partitions to be recovered,
then click "Show Files" to enter.
Likewise, user could see file list in partition where previous data (with D or U letter) can be
found, then find desired data and click "Save Files" to recover.
Now click "Browse " and select files and have them saved, then recovery is finally