“Please, anyone help me to resolve the critical data loss situation which I am facing. Last day, I was trying to shrink one of my Samsung internal hard drive partitions using Windows Disk Management Utility. But it was my misfortune, instead of selecting ‘Shrink Volume’, I chose ‘Delete Volume’. As a result, that partition got completely disappeared from my computer. I want to recover that partition any means because it contains such vital files and folders. Can anybody tell me how to recover partitions from Samsung hard disk?”
Samsung has proved its domination in storage devices like hard disk drives just like any other field in which this company is actively involved in. Internal hard disk drives are Samsung are widely used since their arrival. Anyhow, there are certain situations in which a Samsung hard drive partitions may get deleted or lost from your Windows or Mac computer. Both human errors and system issues are responsible for such a partition loss. Perhaps, Samsung hard disk partition recovery would be the only available option in order to recover samsung hard disk partition. Well, before analyzing available recovery option, it is desirable to know some basic reasons behind partition loss or deletion from a Samsung hard disk.
Diskpart: It is a command line utility in Windows computer. Usually, professional users such as programmers are using this tool for Disk Partitioning. Improper use of this utility may result in the loss or deletion of important partitions from a Samsung hard disk drive.
Windows Disk Management Utility: It is also a Windows program. Unlike Diskpart, it has a Graphical User Interface. So, even amateurs can work on this utility for managing their partition. But the chances of deletion of partitions exist as described in the scenario on starting of this page.
Disk Utility: It is a Mac program similar to Windows Disk Management Utility. Accidental deletion of Samsung partitions can happen by the improper use of this tool.
Other Reasons: Samsung Partitions can also get lost due to other reasons such as operating system errors, software conflicts, and excess presence of bad sectors on the drive, etc.
If anyone of you has lost your Samsung partitions due to any of these reasons, first keep in mind that Samsung hard disk partition recovery doesn’t require any complex steps to a follow. How it is possible? Use Samsung Recovery tool and evaluate the recovery results. This tool works on latest OS variants of Windows and Mac.
Note: M3 is a popular external hard drive model released by Samsung. Many of the users have complained about data loss from 1 TB variant of M3. However with the help of this Samsung Recovery tool, you can perform Samsung M3 1TB data recovery without involving complex steps.
Step 1: Download and Install the free version of Samsung Recovery Software on your system. Connect the Samsung storage device to the system, and launch the software by double clicking on the desktop icon. Once the software gets launched, click on "Recover Partition" option from the main window. Then, a list of logical and physical disks available in the system are displayed. Now, choose the drive from where deleted & lost files has to be recovered, and click "Scan" button to start the recovery process.
Fig 1: Home Screen
Step 2: Now the software scans the selected drive to locate the deleted and lost files. Keep monitoring the scanning screen, and wait till it completes the scanning process.
Fig 2: Scanning to Find Deleted & Lost Files
Step 3: Upon the completion of scanning process, a list of recovered files are displayed on the screen. You can view the recovered files in Data View, and File Type View.
Fig 3: Recovered Data in File Type View & Data View
Step 4: Prior saving the recovered files, you can preview the recovered file by double clicking on the respective file or just by right-clicking on the file, and selecting Preview option.
Fig 4: Preview Recovered Files
Step 5: At last, if you are satisfied with the tool, and found all your deleted & lost files, then activate the license key of the tool, and save the recovered files at the location of your choice.
Fig 5: Save Recovered Files