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Windows 7: Recover data from an accidental diskpart / clean command

12 Oct 2015   #41

7 Pro x64, 10 Pro x64

Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by drfalk View Post
Okay, i did all the steps as instructed up to initializing drive as GPT. I am not sure how to format the drive now as it's not giving me the option, the screenshot shows all the options i have when the drive is selected within windows computer management.

In my screenshot, Disk 1 is the drive that was just initialized as GPT.
You want to pick simple volume, ntfs , and quick format.

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12 Oct 2015   #42

Windows 7 Home Premium 32 bit

Yep, do that and then post a screenshot of how your external drive appears in Partition Wizard.

It should appear as a "Basic GPT" with a 128MB Microsoft System Reserved Partition and the rest as GPT Data Partition.

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12 Oct 2015   #43

Windows 7 64 bit

Screenshot is attached, Looks like everything is good.

Thank you both for your help !!

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12 Oct 2015   #44

7 Pro x64, 10 Pro x64

Yeah looks good, glad you got it settled in the end.
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