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Use "unformat" to recover data from Windows 10 BSOD INACCESIBLE_BOOT_DEVICE laptop after quick format,full format,accidentally formatted,reformatting,High-level formatting,Low-level formatting.

Use "recover partition" to recover files from Windows 10 BSOD INACCESIBLE_BOOT_DEVICE laptop partition,lost partition,changed ,damaged partition.And if the size or position of partition is changed by format,It can not recover with "unformat"so you can use "recover partition"mode.

Use "undelete" to recover deleted files from Windows 10 BSOD INACCESIBLE_BOOT_DEVICE laptop after Virus attack,Recycle bin clear,disk cleanup,Press shift del by mistake,permanently empty recycle bin,shift delete ,accidentally deleted by a mistake.

Use "Full Scan" to recover data from Windows 10 BSOD INACCESIBLE_BOOT_DEVICE which can not be found with "undelete" and "unformat" and "recover partition",after showing an error,display as raw file system,unformatted,unknown partition,unpartitioned,needs to be formatted,or the file system is not exfat,not fat32,not ntfs.

"Windows 10 BSOD INACCESIBLE_BOOT_DEVICE", Gaming PC that came installed with Windows 8.1. I received the notification to upgrade to Windows 10, and decided to try it. Upon installation, I was pleased from afar, until I started gaming. I noticed a DRAMATIC decrease in performance on almost every game in my Steam Library. I have 8 GB of RAM, and it looked like Windows 10's "Cortana" app was using up almost half of it. Frustrated, I decided to restore my PC back to Windows 8.1. I backed up my info that I needed and began. I put in my Windows 8.1 disc and started, however, I noticed throughout the restore that the disc wasn't spinning, which could only mean one thing: The PC was trying to restore W10 OS on a W8 system. At 99% of the reset, my PC turned off by itself. Horrified, I hit the power and received the BSOD "Your PC has ran into a problem and needs to restart." INACCESSIBLE_BOOT_DEVICE was the source of the issue. After a bit of tinkering in the BIOS I was able to set my PC to boot off of the Windows 8.1 CD, and reinstalled the OS completely. I had to reinstall all of my apps, Windows updates, absolutely everything. It's a good thing I backed up my personal files. Word to the wise, if you have Windows 10 and are displeased with it, and you want to restore back to your old OS, be prepared for a bit of a nightmare. I don't know how many people have this issue, but from MS forums it seems pretty common.

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MS Office document (Word, Excel, PowerPoint, Outlook) types (doc, docx, ppt, pptx, xls, xlsx, pst, etc.),photos (JPG, PNG, ICON, TIF, BMP, RAF, CR2, etc.), videos and audios (MPG, MP4, MP3, MTS, M2TS, 3GP, AVI, MOV, RM, RMVB, etc.), compressed files (rar, zip, etc.), PE files (exe, dll, lib, etc.) and so on.


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There are more than 80% people in this world who are using Windows systems. Yes, Windows systems are really powerful and easy to use. It sets nearly all default settings for users, so people don't need to set them one by one. Here comes a big problem: among these users, most of them don't know how to change Windows settings to meet their own special requirements.Reinstalling Windows may not lead to permanent data loss. Lost files can be recovered with data recovery software unless the lost files are overwritten. If you want to recover lost files after reinstalling Windows, please stop using the hard disk and make sure you do not save any data to the hard disk, as this would cause data to be overwritten and permanent data loss. Once the data is overwritten, it is little chance to recover lost files after reinstalling Windows by any data recovery software.