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How to Recover ISO Files

Updated on Dec 28, 2018 by Abby Haines to Data Recovery


Did you lose important ISO files? Do not worry! Here is an easy ISO file recovery solution. You can try it to recover deleted or lost ISO files in all data loss situations with ease.

How do I recover deleted .iso files

"I have a USB flash drive from which I deleted several hard drive images (*.iso). And now I want to perform an undelete operation to recover all of those ISO image files. Is there any reliable ISO file recovery solution that can help?"

ISO (*.iso) file is a disk image of a hard drive or other storage devices. It is an exact copy of the drive, containing all the data that is stored in hard drive. So, you can restore your lost or deleted files from data disaster situations like hard drive failure, system crash, etc. But sometimes, these ISO files may lose due to accidental deletion, formatting, hard drive corruption, etc. When it happens, please don't worry! There is a chance you can recover the lost file with a powerful ISO file recovery program. 

How to recover ISO files with EaseUS file recovery software

Being powerful, safe and easy-to-use, EaseUS file recovery software is your best choice. This program is a professional software for all data loss situations. No matter how you lost the ISO file, you can use this utility to retrieve them, which only takes 3 steps. 


Step 1: Choose the location

Download and open the EaseUS Data Recovery Wizard. When you open it, you can see all of the disks and partitions on your computer, select the disk partition or storage location where you deleted your files.

select the location

Step 2: Click Scan

Click the "Scan" button. The scanning process starts as long as you click Scan.

click scan

Step 3: Click Recover

After the scanning process, click the "Deleted files" option on the left panel. You can see all of the deleted files, select the desired files.

Preview the wanted data and click Recover to bring deleted files back.

click recover