Partition Table Doctor is a very effective solution for recovering the partition structure of a hard disk. It is often used to revive damaged servers except that at least one hard drive was cracked. With this tool, you will be able to check and correct the master boot, partition table, as well as the boot sector within the error-affected partition at no time whatsoever. When power fails suddenly, hard drives typically suffer from structural damage. Viruses are slightly less likely to occur than other types. Symptoms of this problem generally include no data being stored on the disk, and the device behaves as if it were new.
Partition Table Doctor allows you to recover partitions that have FAT16/FAT32/ NTFS/NTFS5/EXT2/EXT3/SWAP file systems of the following types of hard drives: IDE/ATA/SATA and SCSI. A CD boot or an emergency floppy can be used to boot your system. If you need to create a floppy disk or a disk on a specific program using Ctrl + D you should follow these steps. Any disc recording program will be able to record the resulting disc image. A recovery disk containing this can assist in situations in which Windows cannot run as a result of the failure of the hard drive's partition structure.
Among other useful functions, the program offers the following: Fixboot helps restore an empty partition structure, duplicate the partition structure, rebuild the partition structure, or reconstruct the partition structure. Partition configurations can be configured for various parameter variations. Further tools such as utility tools to indicate if the partition is active, hide it, perform disk surface tests, rebuild the master boot record, unlocking the hard disk and editing and copy sectors, undo recent changes as well as others can be added as well.
To date, Windows XP is the latest version in which Partition Table Doctor can be used. As of January 15, 2008, the vendor no longer supports the product. It is recommended to use the free EaseUS Partition Recovery program instead.