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techp
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 which is the best free or paid software for partition recovery . partition has deleted after microsoft deployment tool
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Microsoft Network Administrator
Commented:
I don't know about "best" but I've had a lot of success with EaseUS Partition Manager: http://www.partition-tool.com/

They have free versions, and paid server versions.

Hope this helps!

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Bartender_1
Bartender_1Microsoft Network Administrator

Commented:
If you're looking for data recovery, (as in recover the data that was on the partition, then create a new partition and restore the data to that new location.) then I'd recommend you check out getdataback by http://www.runtime.org

Hope this helps!

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Bartender_1
Most Valuable Expert 2011
Top Expert 2011
Commented:
One of my recent threads.....

http://www.experts-exchange.com/Storage/Hard_Drives/Q_27300364.html

This is the tool that ultimately resolved my problem....

Active@ Partition Recovery
http://www.partition-recovery.com/

Worked great to restore the partition.....
noxchoIT Product Manager
Top Expert 2009

Commented:
Is the data written onto disk after partition deletion?
Or did you attempt any partitioning operation after the partition was deleted?

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 only OS is installed after partition deletion . partition table has changed
noxchoIT Product Manager
Top Expert 2009
Commented:
If OS is installed then Undelete will not help you. It is time to use file level recovery software such as listed above GetDataBack or Recuva tool www.recuva.com
After OS was loaded over deleted partition part of the sectors that held data were overwritten. There is no guarantee that you will be able to recover all data but you should try it.
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http:#37238619

This can help you restore the original partition table. No gauruntees, just speaking from personal experience. I was able to run a chkdsk after the restore, and I had the original file structure. It was after a Destructive OS Recovery.....