How to recover data after reinstalling windows

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