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Filter Detected Partitions by Certainty

After you complete a scan, detected partitions are listed in order of their certainty status based on attributes and validation level. To make a long list of partitions easier to read, remove partitions with status Bad and lower using a filter.

To filter detected partitions:

  1. In the Scan Results node, select a device node with detected partitions.
  2. To open the Filter Detected Partition dialog box, do one of the following:
    • From the Recovery Explorer toolbar, click Filter Device Scan Results.
    • Right-click the partition and click Filter… from the context menu.
  3. In the Filter Detected Partition dialog box, do the following:
    • To filter any file systems, select the Any File Systems check box.
    • To specify file systems to filter, select Specify File Systems and select the check box next to all file systems to include.
    • To reduce the size of the partition list, select the check box only next to the status settings that you want to display.
    • To display any size of partition, click Any Size.
    • To restrict the size of partition to display, click Specify Size Range, KB and enter the lowest and highest partition size.
    • To set advanced filter options, click Advanced and indicate each FAT or NTFS attribute in the Advanced Filtering dialog box appears.
  4. Click OK.
  5. Press Set Defaults in the Filter Detected Partition dialog box to cancel partition filtering.
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