Find Deleted Files on Hard Drive

Have you deleted an important file from your computer? And now searching a way, how to find deleted files on hard drive? Here is a perfect find for your search, recovery of deleted files is no more an impossible task with the use of best file recovery software that will recover deleted files and folders from your computer hard drive. It will get back deleted files like audios, videos, photos, documents from hard drive such as SATA, SCSI, and IDE of all popular brands at your finger tips.

There is no doubt that hard drive is very vital parts of a computer from desktops to laptops as it stores all the data regardless of its size. No matter how carefully you use computer but you can’t fully protect data or files from getting deleted from hard drive. There are various reasons for a file to get deleted from hard drive. Whatever you deleted from your hard drive gets stored in recycle bin. Deleted files can be restored back if there are present in recycle bin in Windows and trash in Mac operating system. But what if you don’t find files there? Now there is only one question in your mind how to find deleted files on hard drive. This software can recover movie files deleted from Recycle Bin in Windows 7 with ease.

Here are some common reasons due to which files get deleted from Hard Drive:

Accidental deletion: Mistakes usually happens when you’re in some hurry, and accidental deletion is the perfect example of that. You might have selected all instead of just one particular file and deleted it.

Unsuccessful copy paste: It is a simple process of transferring files from one storage area to another. But if it is unsuccessful then, this may become a reason for deletion of files.

Shift+ Del: There are normally to two ways to delete file using keyboard. One is selecting the file and pressing the delete button and another one using the combination of Shift+Del buttons. By using which files bypasses the recycle bin or trash on Windows and Mac respectively resulting in permanent deletion. But still the file remains in the system. Expect you cannot see or access it. You can use this software to know how to recover deleted files from Recycle Bin.

Running antivirus scan: When your computer data or files get infected by virus, you run an antivirus scan to get rid of this problem. But some antivirus software may delete your affected files without notification.

All these problems are common, but how many of you known how to get back deleted files on hard drive due to these reasons. Very few but now you can also become one among those few with the use of file recovery tool. You can use this utility which will help you to restore image files deleted from Lexar Professional 400x Compact Flash card, XD cards, SD card and all USB drives. Utility comes with friendly GUI which makes recovery process even easier. Software supports recovery of deleted files from Windows operating system and can also be used to get back deleted files from Mac computer’s hard drive. You can download the demo vesrion of this software to know how to find deleted files on Mac and if you are satisfied with the software then you can buy the activation key to save the recovered files. Using this software, you can also

Steps to Find Deleted Files on Hard Drive:

Step 1: Download trial version of File Recovery Software. Once you launch the software, the main screen will appear with 3 options. Select "Recover Files" from the main screen and then select "Recover Deleted Files" option from the next screen.

How to Find Deleted Files on Hard Drive - Main Screen

Fig 1: Main Screen

Step 2: Select the hard drive from which recovery should be done and then click on "Next" button to proceed. As in Fig 2.

How to Find Deleted Files on Hard Drive - Select Drive

Fig 2: Select Drive

Step 3: After completion recovery process, you can view recovered files by using preview option. As in Fig 3.

How to Find Deleted Files on Hard Drive - Recovered Files

Fig 3: Recovered Files

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