Restore Data after Reinstalling Windows

Requirements: Microsoft Windows 8, Windows 7, Windows Vista, Windows XP, Windows 2003 and Windows 2008

Requirements: Mac OS X 10.5.X and above (including Leopard, Snow Leopard and Lion)


Usually, reinstalling Windows operating system copies original system files to hard drive and resets certain Windows settings to default values. In fact this will erase entire stored data from the hard disk. Meanwhile, many of us often forget to backup their data before Windows reinstall. In such circumstances, is it possible to restore data even after reinstalling Windows operating system? Well, the good news is that you can quit easily get back data after reinstalling Windows operating system using Data Recovery software. This software has the ability to restore deleted or lost data after reinstalling Windows operating system within few mouse clicks.

However, when you reinstall Windows operating system, your files are not gone permanently just become invisible and inaccessible, only the file table get modified and the spaces containing the files are marked as blank and available. So, most of your deleted or lost files and folders can be recoverable with the help of Data Recovery software. With the help of this powerful software, it’s possible to restore your data safely from internal hard drive which is formatted with FAT and NTFS file system. You can employ this award winning software to easily retrieve important files such as photos, videos, music files, documents, archive files and many more, which are lost after reinstalling Windows operating system. In addition, you can use this software to get back data from memory card with utmost ease.

Common Reasons behind Data Loss after Reinstalling Windows Operating System:

  • Hard Drive Crash: There can be the instances where due to sudden power surge corresponding hard drive crashes at startup. As a result of this, you may lose data after reinstallation process.
  • Upgrading Operating System: At times, up gradation of OS i.e. from the existing version of Windows to a new version for advanced features cause error and makes the system unbootable.
  • Virus Attacks: There can be the instances wherein sever e virus or malware attacks can damage Master Boot Record (MBR) leads to hard drive boot failure. As a result of this, you may lose entire data after reinstalling operating system
  • Defragmentation Failure: Defragmentation refers to reorganization of hard drive data by putting pieces of related data back together so that files are organized in non contiguous fashion. As a result, the computer system can access files more efficiently. So, defragmentation failure while reinstalling Windows operating system may be another reason for file loss
  • Sudden Interruption: Most of the times, due to unexpected situations like improper shut down, sudden power failure during reinstallation process of Windows operating system. As an outcome of this, you may lose entire data after reinstalling Windows operating system.
  • Windows Registry Corruption: This can be one of the main reasons due to which you need to re-install the Windows OS. Since, the registry stores all the configuration settings and options of the Windows OS, therefore if any of the registry file get corrupt or erased then while booting, the operating system will crash. As a result of this, you may lose entire data after reinstalling Windows operating system

Irrespective of the above mentioned causes behind data loss after reinstalling Windows operating system, various other causes include accidental formatting, reformatting process, unintentional deletion, using third party tools and many others. So, in order to overcome these unfortunate situations, one can simply rely on Data Recovery software. This software is capable enough to create disk images in order to bypass the bad sectors in the hard drives. With the aid of this powerful tool, it’s possible to get back data from hard drive of types SATA , SCSI, IDE, etc supported by Seagate, Maxtor, Hitachi, Kingston, Transcend, etc after reinstalling Windows operating system.

Further, it supports data recovery from different types of file systems such as FAT16, FAT32, NTFS and ExFAT after reinstalling Windows operating system. It facilitates you to preview the restored data from Windows hard drive before restoring them to desired storage location. Moreover, you can even get back data from USB flash drive, Pen drive, Fire Wire drive and many others. One can simply employ this software to restore data from Thumb drive within few clicks. This software has been especially designed to retrieve data after reinstalling Windows operating system of different versions like Windows OS 8, 7, Vista, XP, 2003, 2000, etc.

Requirements: Microsoft Windows 8, Windows 7, Windows Vista, Windows XP, Windows 2003 and Windows 2008

Requirements: Mac OS X 10.5.X and above (including Leopard, Snow Leopard and Lion)

Steps to Recover Data after Reinstalling Windows:

Step 1: Launch this software and from main window, select, "Recover Partitions/Drives" option as shown in Figure 1

Data Recovery after Windows Installation - Main Window

Figure 1 : Main Window

Step 2: Then select Windows computer hard drive to retrieve data as shown in Figure 2

Data Recovery after Windows Installation - Select Drive

Figure 2 : Select Drive

Step 3: After the scanning operation is over, a new window will appear where you can view restored data as shown in Figure 3

Data Recovery after Windows Installation - Preview Recovered Data

Figure 3 : Preview Recovered Data

Requirements: Microsoft Windows 8, Windows 7, Windows Vista, Windows XP, Windows 2003 and Windows 2008

Requirements: Mac OS X 10.5.X and above (including Leopard, Snow Leopard and Lion)

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