While deleting unwanted files to increase disk space, you accidentally deleted few BAK files. You did not realize the mistake then. Later, when you had to restore a file which you deleted accidentally, you checked for the .bak file. But the file was not found. It was not present in Recycle Bin too as you had emptied it. Is it possible to get back BAK file?
BAK file is the backup of a file. Applications like Word, AutoCAD, SQL Server, etc., generate .bak files for backup purposes. Deleting BAK files will not affect the original files, but if the original file gets deleted or lost, then you have .bak files to replace the deleted / lost files. That is where the importance of BAK file comes in.
You might think that a file recovery tool can also restore deleted or lost files, so .bak files are not important. But that’s not the case. BAK files assures complete recovery of lost or deleted files from a particular application. Whereas file recovery software has some restrictions when deleted files get overwritten by new data. So the next step is to restore deleted BAK files.
How to Retrieve BAK Files?
Remo File Recovery tool comes to your rescue for this purpose. Yes, the software recovers deleted or missing BAK files in just a short while. The application scans the entire drive to find and restore .bak files. Not just backup files, even other files like ZIP files, PDF documents, Office files, etc., can be recovered easily.
Remo File Recovery software retrieves erased or lost files from various storage devices like hard drives, pen drives, memory cards, and so on. If you want to restore hard drive data after format, partition corruption, inaccessible drives, etc., then make use of Remo Hard Drive Recovery software to get back all your data on Windows 10, 8, 7, Vista, XP, Server 2003 & 2008, and 2000. It supports recovery from Samsung hard drives, Toshiba, Maxtor, LaCie, Western digital or various other hard drive brands. You can also recover files from FAT32, NTFS, NTFS5, and exFAT partitions with ease.
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