How to Recover Deleted Files and Folders from Hard Drive
To recover deleted files with data recovery software
If you want to recover the exact copy of your deleted files, and not a previously saved version, you can try a third-party data recovery software. Here, EaseUS Data Recovery Wizard Professional, an easy recovery tool, is recommended. It is designed for dealing with all complicated data loss situations such as deleted recovery, format recovery, data recovery after virus attack, system crash, raw error, and more. It has helped numerous to users recover deleted files from their PCs, external hard drives, memory cards, USB drives.
EaseUS Data Recovery Wizard recovers deleted files and folders on computer hard drives, external USB flash drives, and micro SD cards by thoroughly scanning its storage unit. The overall process for a user to search and find their deleted items is as follows.
EaseUS Data Recovery Wizard recovers deleted files and folders on your computer/laptop hard drive, externally connected USB flash drive or micro SD card by scanning all over its storage unit, and the overall process of searching for and finding the deleted items is done as follows.
Step 1. Specify a location: is it a local hard drive disk or a removable storage device from which the files were deleted? Choose the exact file location and then click the Scan button.
Step 2. Scan the entire storage device: it’s a critical step for EaseUS file recovery software to search for lost data as much as possible. Soon you should see a quick scan result called “Deleted files” appears. That’s where all deleted files and folders were kept.
Step 3. Preview files and recover: in the “Deleted files”, find the wanted files by following its file paths. Or, you can use the “Filter” feature to locate the abandoned files quickly. Double-click the data allows you to preview its entirety. At last, choose all target files and click the Recover button.
Never forget to check all the scan results in each tab for deleted files. The “Extra Files” part is very hopeful for the recovery of files that have lost names and file paths after deletion.
Caution: Don’t save the recovered files back to the partition or drive where you lost your data from! You can transfer to that location after recovery, but recovering directly to the same drive risks overwriting the file.