Acer® Extensa Recovery Partition
Acer® has recently introduced its new series of laptops. This new series of laptop offers the users better quality and adaptability. It provides the users a greater space on memory disc. It offers the users a greater capacity for data storage. The hard drive is designed specially to provide maximum space for data storage to the users. The system is also capable of making logical drives; the major hard drive can be divided into smaller drive portions. The system that possesses many logic drives, named as C, D, E and F is called the volumes. The information about the logical drives, which is present on the physical drive, is saved on the master boot device. When there is a system crash or Windows® crash, the problem can get really serious and one can lose the data permanently. But if you have a recovery partition in your Acer Extensa Laptop then you can easily recover Windows® from the point it started showing problems.
- Benefit of recovery partition
- Types of recovery partition formation
- General issues with recovery partition
Benefit of recovery partition
The recovery partition is a very useful and important part of hard drive. It is an ultimate source of saving the data from permanent loss. Whenever there is any sort of damage in the hard drive of Acer® Extensa®, recovery partition helps get back the data to the system. The data can be recovered by recovery partition when either there is Windows® reinstallation in the system or a system crash has occurred. Thus, it saves one from permanent loss of data from the system.
Types of recovery partition formation
The most common types of formation of recovery partition are: logical data recovery, non-invasive data recovery and invasive data recovery. By using some data recovery software, the deleted folders, files and other programs can be recovered. Data recovery is not possible under certain conditions, like file corruption, repeated virus scanning, operating system errors or software damage. Under such conditions, data cannot be recovered and the users have to face a permanent loss of data. The important data can thus be recovered by using logical data recovery method. The non-invasive data recovery method is adopted when the data is lost due to some sort of hardware failure. The system becomes unable to recover the required data. This problem cannot be sorted out using recovery software. The solution is hardware change. The invasive data recovery is used when data is lost as a result of damage produced by dust particles. Dust particles damage the hard drive plates and result in the loss of data. The problem can be solved by exposing the affected hard drive plates to a dust free environment and removing the dust particles gently.
When there is operating system crash, the user tries to access the recovery partition but the server does not allow him to access the recovery partition. The recovery partition is then blocked. While making a recovery partition, it should be kept in mind that the recovery partition has enough space to store all the files to be backed up. Moreover, proper and efficient recovery software must be used to create recovery partition.