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Saved on Recovery "D" partition/ drive

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By mistake, I saved some important data on the recovery disk/partition, i.e. D drive of my laptop. Now, the D drive seems to be hidden. How do I recover my saved data?

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Hi,

 

Hold down the Windows key and press R.

 

Into the Run box type diskmgmt.msc and hit enter and let the partitions load.

 

In the lower graphical view of the partitions, do you see the Recovery Partition listed and does it still have a drive letter ( ie D ) assigned?

 

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