How many of you are in the trouble of opening recovered files with EaseUS data recovery, Recuva, ZAR, Stellar or other third-party data recovery utilities? Chances are that lost or deleted data recovery was successful, however, recovered files won't open.
There are many factors that disable customers to view or open their retrieved files, such as .jpeg photos, .docx documents, .wmv videos, .mp3 music or .eml email. Following are some typical examples.
If you're faced with EaseUS data recovery files not opening issue or Recuva cannot open recovered files, make sure that you use the software in a right way. Following is the user guide of EaseUS data recovery software.
Step 1. Select the disk storage location where you lost data and click "Scan".
Step 2. EaseUS Data Recovery Wizard will start a quick scan first. After the quick scan completes, a deep scan will automatically launch in order to find more files.
Step 3. Choose the file(s) you want to recover by file types from the scanning results. Click "Recover" button to recover the selected files. You'd better choose a different location instead of the original hard drive to avoid data overwriting.
If you took the right steps but still the recovered files won't open, it's very likely that the files have been fragmented or corrupted. Under this condition, don't forget to search the files in "More lost files(Raw)" section in the deep scan result.
Raw files found by deep scan have no original names and directory structure, but they are more likely to be intact.
Have raw files fixed the problem of not being able to open recovered files with EaseUS hard drive recovery software? If you're still out of luck, the only way to troubleshoot the case is to find a professional file repair software to repair corrupted or damaged files that won't open.
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