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Recover deleted or lost partitions

Partition Find and Mount is an easy to use software that locates and mount lost or deleted partitions by scanning the hard drive and looking for specific signatures that represent the beginning of a partition.

This application supports all versions of NTFS and FAT file systems and is free for personal use. Partition Find and Mount does not rely on the information stored in the Master Boot Record (MBR), thus allowing you to find partitions even in case you re-partition your drive.

However, Partition Find and Mount will not work if the file system on the lost partition is severely damaged or if the hard drive itself has a physical damage.

There are three different methods of scanning the drive available namely fast intellectual scan, normal scan and thorough scan. After Scan finishes, you will see the full list of found partitions. Now, you can add any found partition to the system by mounting and assigning a letter to it. More details on how to use it and download

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  1. Thank you for sharing this, it saved my butt today.It took not even 2 minutes to recover deleted partition.

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