To de-clutter my Windows system, I deleted some files and folders, and emptied the recycle bin. Now I realize that along with the deleted items, I have deleted two of my most important documents. How do I recover files deleted from Recycle Bin?
You can recover deleted files from emptied Recycle Bin using Unerase photos from memory card. This powerful software can easily recover
Undelete can effectively undelete almost all types of files including office files, photos, audio and video files. The software is intelligently designed to help you recover deleted files in an extremely easy to use manner. It also facilitates to restore deleted data after system restore. You may unknowingly or unintentionally delete a file or copying a file with "Cut +Paste" option from USB drive on computer leads to deletion of files if your PC terminates improperly during copying process. By using this application you can also regain deleted files from USB drives.
Recovering deleted files from Windows using Undelete:
Follow the steps given below to recover deleted files:
Note: The hard drive should have 1 GB RAM (Recommended, 2 GB RAM) and 50 MB of free disk space for installing the software.
How to use the software
Step 1: To start the application, click Start>Programs, select Recover Deleted Files, or double-click the shortcut icon on the desktop. The application main window is displayed. From the main window, select the "Recover Files" option as shown in Figure 1.
Figure 1: Application Main Window
Step 2: Select the "Fast File Recovery" option in order to recover deleted files from the drive / partition on which the operating system is installed (usually C: drive) and proceed to Step 5, or select "Advanced File Recovery" option to select partition / drive manually and proceed to step 3.
Step 3 : Once you select the "Advanced File Recovery" option, the software displays the detected logical drives. Select the logical drive from which you want to recover deleted files and click on "Next" as shown in Figure 2.
Figure 2: Select Logical Drive
Step 4: You may also perform an additional search to recover files based on their unique signature by selecting the appropriate file format or alternatively skip this step to proceed with scanning process, as shown in Figure 3.
Figure 3: Select File Type
Step 5: The software scans the selected drive / partition for the deleted data, and displays the recovered files. The recovered files can be viewed using the "Data View" or "File Type View" option as shown in Figure 4. You can make use of the "Preview" option to preview the recovered files and evaluate the recovery results
Step 6: The "Save Recovery Session" option can be used to save recovered files information which can later be used in the full version of the software. To save the recovered files, you need to purchase the full version of the software and use the "Open Recovery Session" option to load previously scanned information and proceed with saving of recovered data.
Figure 4: View Recovered Files
Note: Save the recovered data onto a healthy drive. Never download or store new information to the drive from which you want to recover deleted data.