How to Recover Deleted ZIP Files on Windows 10/11

I recently snapped some pictures while traveling with my phone, zipping the folder and storing it on a microSD card to keep it safe until I could transfer it to my computer. A few weeks ago, I unexpectedly required more room on my microSD card and regrettably destroyed a ZIP file containing my images. Can I recover the deleted ZIP file?

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Dany· Answered on Jun 20, 2024

How many of you guys ever lost important ZIP files but have no methods to recover deleted ZIP files? Don't worry! We will help you resolve this issue in this passage. Recovering deleted ZIP files requires a third-party data recovery program. Here you're highly recommended to try EaseUS Data Recovery Wizard.

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It can help you simply restore deleted ZIP files in three steps even after using Shift + Delete:

Step 1. Examine the area. Click Scan after choosing the SD card where you deleted your ZIP files. You can also try to recover deleted images with this recovery software.

Step 2. Once the scanning procedure is finished. On the left side, select Documents. You can search for desired documents based on the file type. You might also simply look up the file names. Click Preview to see if the document you've located is the one you want.

Step 3. Click the Recover button to save the desired ZIP files to a different secure location. If you find some deleted pictures, you can also choose them all and recover them.

EaseUS Data Recovery Wizard can easily recover previously deleted or lost ZIP, RAR, GZIP, TAR, LZH, and CAB files from hard drives, camera cards, USBs, ZIP disks, floppy disks or other removable drives and disks. If the ZIP, RAR, GZIP, TAR, LZH, and CAB files are stored in the volume which you formatted, deleted, or damaged, EaseUS data recovery software can also get them all back.

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