Alexandria, Virginia (PressExposure) May 15, 2007 -- Smart Partition Recovery allows resoring deleted logical disks. When your Explorer does not find a disk this does not mean that the data has been lost. The data is OK most of the time, but a disk boot sector is damaged. In an automatic mode, Smart Partition Recovery will easily allow you to restore access to the lost sector. Besides, we suggest you to use the "Make boot image of the system" option to make a copy of the disk boot sector as a set of files; later you can use this copy in case of data loss. The saved files can be stored on a floppy disk, flash-drive or CD. In a manual mode, we suggest to rerecord a disk boot sector with our file. This may be a pre-recorded copy or a copy of the boot sector of a similar disk with a comparable size and file system recorded on your PC or another computer.
Updated and improved edition of Smart Partition Recovery runs on Windows 95/98/NT/2000/ME/XP. This latest title has a free trial download available to the public at http://www.smartpctools.com