Hello everybody! This video will show you how to recover data
from an unallocated area in a hard disk (HDD or SSD), an external hard disk, USB drive
or a memory card (SD, microSD etc). Unallocated area of the disk is the
area which is not assigned to a volume or partition. Such area will not be shown as a local disk
in your operating system’s Explorer. However, there could have been a local disk
before in such area. Such unallocated area in a disk, USB drive
or memory card can appear as a result of: • deleting partitions in any disk manager
(such as Windows Disk Management, or Norton Partition Magic, Paragon Partition Manager,
Acronis Disk Director Suite, EASEUS Partition Manager, AOMEI Partition Assistant and so
on); • deleting partitions when reinstalling
Windows, Watch a video about recovering data after
reinstalling Windows. Find the link to the video in the description: • installing another operating system on
the computer; Go to our channel to watch a video about installing
two operating systems on one computer. Find the link below the video: • creating a partition which is smaller
in capacity than the physical device; • increasing or reducing the system partition
size; • encountering an error or powering off
the computer while working with partitions; • converting the file system. So, let’s begin. • Suppose we have a disk containing some
files. • As a result of the actions we mentioned
above, or due to other circumstances, this disk was deleted and now there is some unallocated
area instead of the disk. In Windows Disk Management window, this area
is now marked as “Unallocated.” • When you go to This PC, you can see such
disk is not shown. Which means that the files and other data
on such disk are lost. Let’s see what can be done in such a situation. How to recover the lost files? First of all, don’t hurry to create a new
volume and format this unallocated space. It can prevent successful data recovery, which
we will do later. In order to restore files from such unallocated
area in a disk, USB drive or memory card: • Download, install and launch Hetman Partition
Recovery. Find the download link in the description: • In the left pane, the program will show
a list of all available local disks, as well as all physical disks connected to the computer. • In my case, there are two disks: Seagate
and SanDisk. • In the Disk Management tool, I can see
that the unallocated area that I need is located on a disk with the capacity of 75 GB. • In the program window, I can see that
it is the Seagate disk. It means that I will recover the lost files
from this particular disk. • To do it, I click on it in the left pane
of the program window. • By default, the analysis type is Full. Next. • I will have to wait until the scanning
process is complete. It will take some time, and this time depends
on the disk capacity. • As you can see, Hetman Partition Recovery
has found the disk partitions. The one found in the unallocated area had
the capacity of 37.11 GB and was named “Local disk.” • Let’s find it on the list of found disks. • Open it. • As you can see, all lost files and folders
are there. • You can use the preview window to see
their contents. All you have to do is to click on a file. To recover the files and folders you need:
• Select them. • And click Recovery button. • Choose the media
• And the folder for recovery. • Recovery. • Ready. • The files have been recovered. Now you can create a new volume – a local
disk – in this unallocated area. To do it:
• go to Disk Management • and right-click on the unallocated area. • Select “New Simple Volume”
• and create one following the New Simple Volume Wizard directions. If necessary, you can also extend one of the
volumes in this disk. To do it, right-click on it and select “Extend
Volume…” Then follow the Extend Volume wizard directions. That is all for now. Hit the Like button below and subscribe to
our channel to see more. Leave comments to ask questions. Thank you for watching. Good luck.

How to Recover Data from an Unallocated Area in a Hard Disk, USB Pen Drive or Memory Card 👨‍🔧🛠️🖥️

8 thoughts on “How to Recover Data from an Unallocated Area in a Hard Disk, USB Pen Drive or Memory Card 👨‍🔧🛠️🖥️

  • January 18, 2018 at 2:30 pm

    Watch how to recover data from an unallocated area in a hard disk, memory card or USB pen drive. Did you like the video? Click Like button and subscribe to Hetman Software channel. We will be glad to answer any questions in comments.

  • January 19, 2018 at 7:53 am

    How to #Recover Data from an Unallocated Area in a Hard Disk, USB Pen Drive or Memory Card

  • June 15, 2018 at 2:23 pm

    How can I fix my unallocated hard drive without losing anything in the hard drive… please help

  • January 18, 2019 at 12:27 am

    I thought you said it was free?

  • July 26, 2019 at 11:33 pm

    Why is this so expensive if it's so slow? 4 hours just to scan and then I have to pay?

  • August 9, 2019 at 10:04 am

    my sd card shows fully unallocated how can i get data back, is there any possible

  • August 27, 2019 at 7:48 am

    It is not free….! why you are not telling it early, I have already installed and did everything, finally asking for payment… idiot

  • December 19, 2019 at 10:29 pm

    did not work for me, I know have multiple partitions mounting but none of them have data on them – so where did my 4TB OF DATA VANISH TO??
    and you might want to look up the meaning of 'free' as if I have to pay it ain't free


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