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Data restore window install as hdd in four partition c, d, e, f , three partition delete and one data partition f : leave than f:drive open if messege that drive is format yes or no, my data is urgent , can i only f: drive restore

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    Can you re-type the problem please, i'm sorry, but I don't get your point.

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To get back your files, you'll have to remake the partition you deleted, it must be the same size or bigger than the last partition to get your files back. I hope this helped. Please rate my solution.

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In order to get back your data, make a new partition n' install windows 1st

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If the drive is too full delete something that you can live without. Click on the link i have provided below, download and install Easeus Partition Manager. This tool will help you to re-size or merge the C drive to expand hard drive space and it only takes between 5 and 10 minutes to learn and execute.




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