How to recover your lost computer files?

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  1. Research Analyst profile image81
    Research Analystposted 9 years ago

    How to recover your lost computer files?

  2. Kmadhav profile image54
    Kmadhavposted 9 years ago

    First thing you need to do check your recycle bin most of the time your data found here. If in any case you had deleted your even from recycle bin then you need need a data recovery software to recover your lost files. In market many good data recovery software are available which are very good. I used stellar phoenix windows data recovery 4.0 it works really fast and easy to use...........................

  3. thomas30 profile image59
    thomas30posted 7 years ago

    I have already recovered my important files with the help of Stellar Phoenix Windows Data Recovery Software.

    The only drawback of it is that you can only preview the files that is recoverable in Trial Version. Otherwise its full version is a complete solution of recovery from hard disk.

  4. RyanBanks profile image52
    RyanBanksposted 7 years ago

    You can recover your lost files with third party data recovery software.I have succeed with Tenorshare data recovery.It can recover data after deeply scanning your hard drive to look for lost files.By the way,you can download a trial version and scan your hard drive for free to preview whether your lost files can be recovered. http://sn.im/anydatarecovery/

  5. Ajay Prasad profile image58
    Ajay Prasadposted 5 years ago

    You can use the free softwares to recover the lost files. Some of the softwares are recuva,pandora recovery,avira unerase personal which can help you in getting your lost files.

  6. Ashley Oliver profile image55
    Ashley Oliverposted 4 years ago

    To recover deleted files and folders from corrupted or formatted hard disk drive, memory card, SD cards and many more storage device use windows data recovery software From Recover Data. Many data recovery companies offering this types of software. one such program is here which offer free trial version of software, with the help of this trial version you are eligible to see the preview of recover data. This tool recover almost everything from your storage device.
    http://www.windowsrecovery.net/

  7. Lucy Armitage profile image57
    Lucy Armitageposted 4 years ago

    Actually you can recover data from formatted hard drive after formatting and it is easy for you to do so. But one thing you need to make sure is that your original data did not be overwritten by the new data or you may not use the software but use the hard drive mood to fix your problem. This method will cost you a lot no matter money or time. For the easy way to solve your problem, you may try this software called Windows Data Recovery Tool to see if it works for you. Get complete information:- http://www.data-recovery-softwares.co.u … overy.html

  8. Diana Luft profile image55
    Diana Luftposted 4 years ago

    Even if you formated your drive the data is still there. You have to actually write over it with something to erase it. That's how security programs work, they write all 0s then all 1s and 0s and so forth to actually erase the drive.
    Back to your problem. Yes, you can recover the deleted files and folders. Deleting won't make your files deleted actually. They are just not visible but still in the hard drive which you saved them at. You can rely on some data recovery programs to help you find them back. You can try Recover Data for windows data recovery. Just install this program on your computer and use the function "all recovery", after a while your deleted files will be back soon. Do hope it could help you:- http://www.en.ntfsdiskrecovery.com

 
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