Recovery partition in Fujitsu® LifeBook A530
What is the role of recovery partition in Fujitsu LifeBook A530?
Recovery partition is the partition that is present in your Fujitsu LifeBook A530 hard drive which contains all the images of all your original settings. Partition recovery is done so that you can get back to a working state where you can have error free user interface. There are instances when some of your files and folders get corrupt or gets lost. And in such a situation the recovery partition will help you find such files that are lost and which you are not able to access. This can also be useful at the time of a system crash or any major system error. This option is available in your recovery manager in the Start menu. And if in any case your partitions get corrupt or lost you can take help of third party software to recover the partition. For example Remo data recovery tool or partition table doctor are recovery tools of the lost partition.
The working of recovery partition in Fujitsu LifeBook A530 are explained below:
- What is recovery partition?
- How does recovery partition work?
- How to recover a corrupt partition?
What is recovery partition?
Recovery partitions are the partitions available on your system hard drive. This can also be a disk partition which contains all your system data. This will recover all your lost or corrupt data. Every file saved in the recovery partition is according to its size. They are placed close to each other in the partition in different sectors.
How does recovery partition work?
The recovery partition is divided into many boot sectors and is placed in different locations according to the size. And by scanning this disk you can recover the partition. The files and folders are placed in the partition with “slack” space between each i.e., about 32KB or 64KB. And during partition recovery this spaces are disregarded and consider the whole slack space and you can find the location of the one that you want to recover by summing up the sizes of the entire volumes before it.
The partition tables can get corrupt due to various reasons like an operator error or due to viruses or due to chain corruption. In all these situations you can repair or recover your corrupt or damaged partition by modifying the damaged drive. You can do an immediate recovery by manually editing the Master Boot Record. You could take online help and support to know how to do this.