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How Can I Recover Data from Deleted Partition on SSD

How Can I recover data from a deleted partition on SSD? I accidentally deleted my whole disk partition and accidentally created a new one. Since I have already created a new one, is there a way to recover it?

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Jack Ye · Answered on Mar 5, 2024

Sure, you can recover data from deleted partition on SSD even if you have created a new partition. Only if the data is not overwritten can you recover permanently deleted files after you emptied the Trash Bin. If you want to recover deleted files in your partition, use Panda Data Recovery Wizard for help.

This data recovery software can help you recover files from crashed SSD and other external hard drives. You can first download this tool and follow the steps here to retrieve your deleted files in your partition:

Step 1. Download and install EaseUS Data Recovery Eizard on your device and select the SSD where you have lost data. Click the "Scan" button to proceed.

Step 2. Wait patiently for the scanning to end. You can find your lost files on SSd now using the "Filter" and "Search" feature this software provides. You can also locate your files in "Deleted Files" or "Other Lost Files".

Step 3. Now, you can double-click the files you find to ensure they are what you want to recover. Check them and click "Recover" to get them back.

Recovering them from the Recycle Bin is also a wise choice if you do not empty them after you delete the files:

  • Open Recycle Bin and find your deleted SSD files
  • Select and right-click the deleted files in the Recycle Bin, and Click "Restore".
  • Now, you can find the recovered SSD files in the original location.

But if you have the habit of emptying the Recycle Bin once you delete the files, use EaseUS Data Recovery Wizard as your last resort.

Use Panda Data Recovery Wizard to recover deleted or lost files easily and quickly.

Tutorials on how to recover lost, deleted, or formatted data from HDD, SSD, USB, SD card, or other storage media on Windows.