"I have used a SanDisk External SSD for over a month. I remember putting my system to sleep mode, but something very strange happened the next day. I tried switching on the computer in the morning, the OS wasn’t loading. I had to do a reboot, soon after the reboot, I opened My Computer to check if everything was ok and realized SanDisk SSD partition has gone missing. Even though the SanDisk SSD partition was missing, it was displayed as unallocated in the Disk Management."

This situation was found in a forum. Many people must have faced this situation and will be in need for the answer regarding SanDisk External SSD Partition Recovery.

This page covers a lot about SanDisk External SSD Partition Recovery such as how you can recover the partition, how you can keep your partitions well protected and few other situations you might face when using SanDisk External SSD.

The first part is about restoring the lost SanDisk SSD partition.


The steps given below will help restore the partitions from SanDisk SSD. Firstly, download the software Remo Partition Recover and run it.

Step 1 - Ones the download is completed; you can select Recover Drives from the launch page.

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Step 2 - The application will take you to the next page and from there you can choose the option Partition Recovery.

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Step 3 - Check and choose the external SSD drive and click on the partition that needs to be recovered, after that you can click on the Next arrow sign ones again.

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Step 4 - Each and every file type existing in the SanDisk SSD will be displayed. Go through the file types you wish to recover; you need not panic if the desired file type isn’t available. You can click on Add File Type which will be on the top left corner of the software. If you don’t need this, you can simply skip this option by clicking the Skip button for recovering the complete SanDisk SSD partition.

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Step 5 -The application helps view the partition in two ways, one is Data View Type and another one is File Type View.

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Step 6 -You can check the recovered SanDisk SSD External using Preview option prior to saving.

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Step 7 - Get the license key and save the restored SanDisk SSD partition to the location you desire.

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The second part is about how you can keep your SanDisk External SSD Partition protected:

  • Ensure that your system and SanDisk Partition is well protected from virus and malware.
  • Create a backup of the SanDisk files and partition on regular basis.
  • Avoid overwriting if you lose a partition from SanDisk SSD. If you overwrite in the SSD then chances of recovering the lost partition is next to impossible.
  • Handle the SanDisk SSD with care. Avoid physical damages.

The third part is regarding the software that helped you recover the partition from SanDisk SSD

Features of the Software- Remo Partition Recover

Remo Partition Recover is a software that is supported in most of the Windows OS like Windows 10, Windows 8, Windows 8.1, Windows 7. The software can recover partitions from hard disks, external hard disks, fire wires, memory cards, USB flash drives and much more. The various file systems supported by the application are FAT32, FAT16, NTFS5, NTFS, ExFAT. The feature Save Recovery Session is used when you want to store the information soon after the partition scan. This feature ensures that you need not rescan your drive. In order to make the search and recovery session easy you can opt the signature search option. Through this feature, you can choose the required file which needs to be retrieved. One amongst the important feature of the software is that it creates disk images which help to bypass the bad sectors and this helps in recovering partitions anytime. The smart scan option in the software helps in deep scanning. You can recover the partition based on its size, date, name and file type.