We are surprised at the developing speed of computer technology. With the progress of the times, computer has become an indispensible part in our life or work. At the same time, application fields of computer become wider and wider. Information transmitted and exchanged on computer also becomes more and more. At this time, we need a good management tool for computer disk partition. As to disk management, many friends will download a disk management software from the internet to manage partition. Actually, this is a good idea. However, they may make system partition lose when managing partition because they do not learn disk management software thoroughly. In this situation, we are unable to start computers.
Meeting this condition, many users choose to reinstall operating systems. In fact, we have no need to reinstall operating systems. In allusion to this case, MiniTool Solution Ltd., a professional software development corporation, develops a guide startup disk elaborately named MiniTool Partition Wizard Bootable CD to users realize partition management when users are unable to enter into operating system, including the recovery of lost partition, and other diversified partition managements. Next, I will demonstrate how to get lost system partition back with Bootable CD.
Start MiniTool Partition Wizard Bootable CD
At first, we put a bootable disk into CD-ROM, and then start computer through MiniTool Partition Wizard Bootable CD. Next, we can see the following interface:
This is the starting interface. Select "Boot from Partition Wizard Boot Disc", and then we enter into the next interface:
In this interface, we can set screen resolution according to our own need.
This is the partition management interface. In the interface, we can see system partition has been lost, which make our computers unable to start. In the following demonstrations, we will realize system partition recovery to make computer run normally.
Recover lost system partition with MiniTool Partition Wizard Bootable CD
After entering into the disk management interface with the help of Bootable CD, we need to select Disk 1 at first, and then click "Partition Recovery Wizard" in Wizards operation column in the left to enter into he next interface:
In this interface, we can see a brief introduction to Partition Recovery Wizard functions. We click "Next" directly to enter into the next operating step:
In this interface, we select the very disk where system is in, and then click "Next" to enter into the next step:
In this interface, we need to select scanning scope. Here, we select "Full Disk" to scan the whole disk:
After entering the interface, we should select scanning way. Here, we select "Quick Scan" to scan the whole disk quickly:
After quick scan, there will appear all partitions in disk. (There is only one system partition because there is only one partition on this disk.) Now, check the partitions needed to be restored and saved, and then click "Finish" to go back to the main interface.
From the main interface, we can see system partition in Disk 1 has been recovered, but we need to set this restored partition as active partition. So, we should select this partition, and then click "Set Inactive", "Apply" follows. After finishing operations, we close the software, and then restart the computer. The operating system can be restart, which proves system partition has been recovered.