How To Unformat Hard Drive Safely And Easily?

We often separate our hard drive to be multiple partitions for different usage, do you know a hard drive can be unformatted if you need? This article will give you a brief introduction about how to unformat a hard drive.
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July 29, 2009 - PRLog -- Unformat means to restore your partitions into the previous status or undo the results of formatting a hard drive. You can unformat your partitions by using

unformat command in DOS environment.
There are two ways to unformat in DOS:
1.   Using FORMAT command to restore a hard drive
2.   Using RECOVER command repartition a hard drive
The syntax is showing as bellow:
UNFORMAT drive: [/J]
UNFORMAT drive:  [/L] [/TEST] [/P]
 drive:   Specifies the drive to unformat.
/J   Verifies that the mirror files agree with the systeminformation on the disk.
/U   Unformats without using MIRROR files.
/L   Lists all file and directory names found, or, when used withthe  /PARTN switch, displays current partition tables.
/TEST   Displays information but does not write changes to disk.
/P   Sends output messages to printer connected to LPT1.
/PARTN   Restores disk partition tables.
Is you are a professional technician, you may feel it is easy to unformat a hard drive by using the methods I stated above. For a newbie, what is the best

way to unformat a hard drive safely and easily? Unformatted software or Data recovery software is a good choice. To recover a deleted or formatted hard drive

by software doesn't require too much high technology or patent.
DiskGetor data recovery is a powerful Hard Drive Recovery Software, this advanced and professional data recovery software may help you solve all data and

partition loss problems. It can unformat the deleted, the lost and the formatted partition safely and easily.
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