How to Undelete Partition using Paragon Hard Disk Manager

Paragon Hard Disk Manager is a powerful and rich features Hard Disk Management software for Windows. One of its powerful feature is the ability to recover or undelete partitions. If you accidentally deleted your partitions on a hard drive, you may still have a chance to get it back. This tutorial is going to show you how to undelete partitions using Paragon Hard Disk Manager.

On this example, I have two disks connected to my system. First disk contains system partitions (Windows and applications). The second one contains data (2 partitions). I have deleted these two partitions on the second disk. Here is my current disk layout.

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As you can see on my second disk, there is no active partitions. It shows Unallocated. Previously it has two partitions containing Windows and some other data. Now I am going to recover the deleted partitions using Paragon Hard Disk Manager 15.

First, go to Partitions | Undelete Partitions. The undelete partitions will come up.

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Click Next to proceed. Select the disk from the list. It will show only compatible or supported disk.

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Choose the search method.

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Make sure your partitions are found during the search

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Click Next and check all partitions you want to recover

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Click Next and then finally press Apply to start the undelete process. The process could take some times. Make sure you have green check mark and succeeded status.

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And finally, here is my disk layout. As you can see there are two partitions on my second disk.

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I was impressed with the Paragon Hard Disk Manager. It successfully recovered my partitions with all data.

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