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How to Recover Windows Media Center Files

Posted by Abby Haines to Resource 2016-06-07

Summary

Permanently deleted or lost Windows Media Center files? Download EaseUS file recovery software to fully recover deleted Windows Media Center files in 3 simple steps.

How do I recover deleted Windows Media Center files?

"About two hours ago, I just happened to accidentally delete a recorded TV show (.wtv file) in the Windows Media Center. I did it using the Shift + Delete key combination. My friends said the file was permanently deleted and could not be restored from the recycle bin. So, is there any other ways to recover deleted Windows Media Center files? Any third-party data recovery software can help?"

Windows Media Center is a Microsoft application used to organize and play media files like videos, pictures, songs, etc. Although you can access your media items in the Windows Media Player Library, the actual media files can be found on your computer, USB flash drive, memory card and various other external storage devices. But sometimes, you might accidentally delete those files. When it happens, how to recover deleted Windows Media Center files becomes a difficult job. To do it, you should first figure out how to recover deleted files. Fortunately, it can be easily done with EaseUS data recovery software as long as you haven't write new data to the hard drive since the incident happened.

Steps to recover deleted Windows Media Center files 

EaseUS file recovery software is a popular data recovery software which is available to recover multiple types of files. With powerful data recovery capacity, it can be used to recover permanently deleted files. Now you can try it to fully recover deleted Windows Media Center files in just 3 simple steps. 

Step 1. Launch EaseUS data recovery software, select the disk where you lost your Windows Media Center files and click "Scan" button to move to the next step.

Recover Windows Media Center files - select to scan the specific disk

Step 2. A quick scan will start first. After it completed, a deep scan will automatically launch in order to find more files.

Recover Windows Media Center files - run quick scan and deep scan

Step 3. After scan, choose those Windows Media Center files you want. Finally, click "Recover" button to retrieve them back. Here, you'd better save all the recovered files on a different drive or device in case of data recovery failure.

Recover Windows Media Center files - click recover button