Have you ever been troubled by losing important data on PC hard drive, memory card or USB devices because of wrong deleting? Do you know it is possible to recover deleted files? Read through this page and you will learn many useful ways to manage this job. First, let's learn some useful tips that might help you get a successful deleted file recovery result.
When data loss happens, first please remember that you'd better stop using your computer or other external memory storage devices. It will protect the deleted files for data recovery. How does it work?
When you right click a file and press Delete button, the system just hides the data by removing its file directory and mark the space as free for use. At this moment, you can easily get back the file back by rebuilding the file directory. But if you continue to use the device, it might write some new data and completely erased the contents of the old deleted files. In this case, the chance of a successful data recovery is decreased. The situation can become much more terrible when you have a hard drive, memory card or USB drive with a limited free space.
So use the device where you deleted your files as little as possible and start a data recovery process as soon as possible! Here are 3 possible ways you can choose to manage the job.
If you just deleted your files on the computer by moving them to the Recycle Bin and didn't press the Emptied Recycle Bin button, you can retrieve them back with ease. Just open the Recycle Bin, there locate and right-click the files you want and choose Restore. It will recover your deleted files to their original location.
If you have emptied the Recycle Bin, you can try to recover an older version of the deleted or lost file using Windows built-in free backup and restore feature. To do it:
In Windows 7:
Click the Start button --> Computer, navigate to the folder that used to contain the file or folder, right-click it, and then click Restore previous versions. Here, you'll see a list of available previous versions of the deleted files or folders with different times and dates. Choose the version you like and click Restore to recover deleted files back.
In windows 10/8.1/8:
Open the folder that used to contain the deleted file and click the History button. File History will display all the files contained in the most recent backup of that folder. Click the Previous button to locate and select the file you want to retrieve and then click the green Restore button to get it back.
If you want to recover the exact copy of your deleted files, you may need to try a third-party data recovery software. Here, EaseUS Data Recovery Wizard Professional is a good and easy recovery tool is recommended. It is designed to deal with all complicated data loss situations like deleted recovery, format recovery, data recovery after virus attack, system crash, raw error and more and has helped numerous users recover deleted files from PC, external hard drive, memory card, USB drive. Here, video tutorial and word guide are offered.
Step 1. Launch EaseUS data recovery software and select the disk partition or storage location where you deleted your files and click "Scan".
Step 2. The program will then start a quick scan to find the lost and deleted files on the disk, and after the quick scan, a deep scan will automatically start to find more files.
Step 3. Filter and preview all the recoverable deleted files by file types, select those you want and click "Recover" to restore them from PC, hard disk, memory card or other USB devices.
Caution: Don't save the recovered files on the partition or drive where you lost your data before you fully get back your files!
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