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Windows 7: Partition is missing in My computer

16 Sep 2012   #11
yogeswark999

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No i cannot assign a drive letter .... i am not deleted that partition and repartitioned.... see the 2nd screenshot, only "delete the volume" option enabled only..... and it did not show any file system name straight to the file system column(in 1st screenshot)..... see the other screenshots of easeus it shows that drive as *NTFS) (Not system reserved, last partition in easeus recovery listings) see the attributes for the drive like amount of occupied space and free space then u will get the idea.....


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16 Sep 2012   #12
gregrocker

 

Yes I understand Easeus contradicts Disk Mgmt so use it to see if you can assign a drive letter to access the data it shows in Explore. If not try Partition Wizard CD which is more reliable than both. How to Change Letter with partition manager - Partition Wizard Video Help.

If that fails then I'd try Paragon rescue disk; change drive letter; recover data to copy out your data first and then try forcing the drive letter change with their Drive Letter Corrector.

If you cannot assign a drive letter then you may need to run Partition Recovery Wizard from PW CD on the last partition. But I don't remember seeing it used before where the partition still exists.

However if you have your data all copied out you can delete the partition and create and letter a new NTFS partition for data. Partition or Volume - Create New
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