Recover deleted files Windows XP, Windows Vista and Windows 7
It happens that after deleting a file you realize that you should not have deleted it. If the deleted file is in the recycle bin you can still restore it, but if the file size is large then it may bypass the recycle bin or if you have deleted it by using Shift + Delete key combination then it will not be in the recycle bin. Here the file though deleted is not gone forever.
Have you deleted your files? Are you looking for a good deleted file recovery software, to get back those important files? Remo Recover (Windows) Basic Edition is a very popular undelete software that enables you to recover deleted files from Win XP, Windows Vista and Windows 7 operating system having either FAT16, FAT32, ExFAT, NTFS or NTFS5 file systems.
Case scenarios when files get deleted
Accidental file deletion: You may accidentally delete files using Shift+Delete key combination, from Windows command prompt or deleted while using Windows Cut and Paste command
Files deleted from Recycle bin: Files emptied from Windows recycle bin or files that bypass the Windows recycle bin when they exceed in size, compared to what the recycle bin can hold
Viruses / Third Party Tools: Viruses are another common problem leading to data loss. Anti-virus scanning or third party utilities malfunction may also delete important files
Files lost after defrag failure: When you run Windows disk defrag, you may run into errors resulting in defrag failure causing data loss
Chkdsk: When Windows executes chkdsk on its own, it may create some junk entries out of critical data or it may delete important files
Improper shutdown: Improper shut down of the computer could result in corruption of system files leading to data loss from hard drive
Power surge: Sudden power failure may interrupt any active process and may lead to data loss.
Note: In order to install and use Remo Recover (Windows), you must login as Local System Administrator or possess equal level of rights.
Recycle Bin Recovery
Recycle Bin is like a folder which retains the deleted files when the files are deleted normally. The files may bypass the recycle bin if you empty the recycle bin or delete a file by using Shift + Delete command or if you have deleted a large file which can't be held in the recycle bin. Learn here with detailed instructions on how to recover deleted files which you have lost.
Undelete Files from Windows Server 2003
Recover accidentally deleted files from Windows Server 2003 using Remo Recover (Windows) Basic Edition - file recovery tool. It is compatible in restoring files that are lost from Windows Server 2003 and other latest versions of Windows Server Operating System and Windows XP, Windows Vista and Windows 7.
Recover Lost Photos after System Restore
When you perform a system restore, it actualy means that you have gone back to the factory settings. This will lead to loss of your data which includes photos, which might have been present on your system and now lost due to system restore or after formatting the hard drive. This simple tutorial will explain to you on how to recover lost photos after system restore and get back the photos which you have lost from either hard drives, memory cards and USB flash drives.
Mac File Recovery
If you need to recover your files on Mac machine you would need a software that understands the Mac file system. Explore the benefits and usage of Remo Recover (Mac) Basic Edition to recover files from deleted or missing Mac volumes. Different types of files such as documents, pictures, audios and videos can be recovered using this Mac file recovery software.
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