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Recovering an NTFS partition that has been lost

NTFS is the file system used by the latest versions of Windows to store and retrieve data on internal hard drives. The New Technology File System replaces the older File Allocation Table system. NTFS is used on Windows XP, Vista and Windows 7. Your computer’s internal hard drive is divided into partitions formatted with the NTFS system. From time to time computer’s, due to loss of important operating system files, will lose the ability to access this partition and essentially lose the entire partition. Fortunately there a quality data recovery software makers that produce programs specifically designed to recover lost NTFS partition files. These programs are unique in that they recognize the boot sectors of internal computer hard drives and other digital storage media that has been formatted using NTFS.

By being such a targeted program the software is able to recognize and recover a far higher percentage of lost files. These targeted programs also allow one to recover corrupted NTFS partition information far more quickly.

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