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How To Recover Lost Partitions With Active Partition Recovery Version 6


How to Recover Lost Partitions with Active Partition Recovery Version 6




Have you ever lost a partition on your hard drive due to accidental deletion, virus attack, power failure, or other reasons? If so, you may be wondering how to recover your data and restore your system. Fortunately, there is a powerful tool that can help you with this task: Active Partition Recovery Version 6.




How to Recover Lost Partitions with Active Partition Recovery Version 6



Active Partition Recovery Version 6 is a freeware toolkit that helps you recover deleted and damaged logical drives and partitions within Windows, WinPE (recovery boot disk), and Linux (recovery LiveCD) environments. It can also fix damaged partition table, MBR (Master Boot Record), and GPT records. It supports NTFS, ReFS, exFAT, FAT, HFS+, ApFS, UFS, XFS, JFS, Ext2/Ext3/Ext4 & BtrFS file systems and IDE, SATA, eSATA, SCSI, SSD disks, RAID disk arrays, USB Flash Disks and Memory Cards, external USB drives.


In this article, we will show you how to use Active Partition Recovery Version 6 to recover lost partitions on your hard drive. You can download the full version of Active Partition Recovery Version 6 from here: https://haxpc.net/active-partition-recovery-ultimate/


Step 1: Create a bootable disk or CD




The first step is to create a bootable disk or CD that contains Active Partition Recovery Version 6. You can use the built-in wizard to create a bootable USB flash drive or CD/DVD. Alternatively, you can use the ISO image file provided by the program to burn it to a CD/DVD or mount it as a virtual drive.


To create a bootable USB flash drive or CD/DVD using the wizard, follow these steps:


  • Launch Active Partition Recovery Version 6 and click on Tools > Create Boot Disk.



  • Select the type of bootable media you want to create: USB Flash Drive or CD/DVD.



  • Select the drive letter of your USB flash drive or CD/DVD burner.



  • Click on Next and follow the instructions to complete the process.



To create a bootable CD/DVD using the ISO image file, follow these steps:




  • Burn the ISO image file to a blank CD/DVD using any burning software (such as Nero or ImgBurn).



  • Alternatively, you can mount the ISO image file as a virtual drive using any mounting software (such as Daemon Tools or Virtual CloneDrive).



Step 2: Boot from the bootable disk or CD