How to repare a hdd after deleting a partition Tags: Hard Drives Partition Storage Last response: December 22, 2010 12:40 AM in Storage Share Anonymous a b G Storage December 18, 2010 4:33:01 PM Hello, my hard dive can't be read after i deleted a partition More about : repare hdd deleting partition house70 a b G Storage December 22, 2010 12:40:38 AM Do you have any data that needs to be saved on that drive? Can't find your answer ? Ask ! Publish Related resources SolvedHow to get back original win8 after delete the partition..?? Forum How to fix windows 7 on a SSD after deleting folders off seperate hdd Forum How to recover data after deleting partitions Forum SolvedVery personal/important data on my HDD, I want it to be re-usable after deleting the data. Forum samsung hdd neither formatting not deleting partition Forum can not boot windows after deleting linux mint partition Forum Considering deleting HDD recovery partition Forum SolvedHDD showing as two Simple Volume - How do I make it into One Primary Partition? Forum Clean Install Windows 8.1 in SSD after Cloning from HDD- Windows OS Partition Problems Forum How to delete a Win 7 OS off of an HDD after adding an SSD with the OS Forum Solvedwindow can't boot up from HDD. I try to install window with disc but there is no disk/partition to install. How can I do to ge Forum How do I create a Win7 partition without deleting existing Win 7 install? Forum Micro SD card not recognized after deleting partition Forum SolvedHow to move Windows 7 to new HDD Partition Forum Solvedreserved partition deleted on 1tb hdd, now ssd won't work [SOLVED] Forum SolvedRecover deleted partition from external HD, after formatting Forum Restore data after deleting partition Forum Micro SD card not recognized after deleting partition Forum how to recreate a deleting partition ? Forum SolvedHow can i fix my Youtube channel/account after deleting Google+? Forum More resources Read discussions in other Storage categories Hard Drives DVD Drives DVD Writers Optical Media Flash Media NAS/RAID SSD Western Digital !