Recovery Partition In Lenovo® ThinkPad Edge 14 and 15
To know about recovery partition in Lenovo ThinkPad Edge 14 and 15
Recovery Partition is a means to restore the original and the important data. It is a means by which you can recover all the information and data of the original configuration of the partition. It is mainly used when the data needs to be recovered in cases such as an accidental deletion of an important file, system failure due to malware attacks. Partition recovery comes with your Lenovo ThinkPad Edge 14 and 15. This is a tool which is used widely, as all the important system files and programs could be easily restored using this method. There are different ways by which partition that have become corrupted could be recovered. But if it is not done correctly then there might be some issues like the partition loss, not booting up of the system and fake volumes being shown by the system.
The following are some of the methods which could help to recover partitions that have become corrupted in Lenovo ThinkPad Edge 14 and 15:
- Install genuine recovery software
- Use system restore method
- Follow the recovery procedure
Install genuine recovery software
There are a number of software tools which can help you to recover partitions that have become corrupt. These tools could be downloaded and is capable to retrieve data from NTFS, FAT and exFAT file system. Any user with minimum computer knowledge could use this software to recover the partitions, which have become corrupt. But you should always be careful to download only the genuine software and not a corrupt one.
Use system restore method
It is easy to recover the partitions that have become corrupt by using the system restore method. There are automatic restore points created in the system at those periods when there was no issue with the system. You could also create such points manually. Then by using the restore points which are saved in the system you could revert back to an earlier state. Also the recovery CD could be used.
You need to perform the recovery partition carefully since it might create further issues and data mismatch. You need to check the master boot record and the partition needs to be recovered properly in your system. After performing the recovery partition, you need to reboot the system and check whether it is working properly and the corrupted data have been replaced by proper data.