Synopsis 【Released October 22, 2019 by uncutdata data recovery】
I Lost An HTML File After My Computer Blacks Out. Can I Get It Back?
For some people whose work is website design and website maintenance, they must be familiar with HTML files. Editing this type of file is a tedious task. And once the editing or edited HTML files are lost, it will be a big trouble.
"Last night I stayed up to write some design code for the company's website, and then made a template interface. But when it was about to finished, the computer suddenly blacked out. After I restarted it, the HTML file disappeared completely. This really makes me break down! Is there any way to help me find it?"
About HTML files
HTML is a hypertext markup language or hypertext link markup language, which eliminates the barriers to information exchange between different computers. It is the most widely used language on the existing network and the main language that constitutes web documents.
An HTML file is a descriptive text composed of HTML commands that describe text, graphics, animations, sounds, tables, links, and more. The structure of the HTML file consists of two parts: the head and the body. The head describes the information required by the browser, and the body contains the specific content to be described.
The advantage of this format file is that it is fast to open, simple to operate, and does not require excessive downloading of other readers. But its disadvantage is that it cannot be directly quoted, and the interface is difficult to understand and inconvenient to read.
So what should you do if you lose your HTML file? If you happen to have the same problems as Mr. Lyle mentioned above, then you will be very interested in the next content.
Solution: Free recovery with UnCutData Recovery Wizard
UnCutData Recovery Wizard Free is an all-in-one free data recovery software for different loss situations. After three simple steps, you can recover the HTML files lost after the black screen.
Then, let UnCutData Recovery Wizard Free tell you through the following steps, how to find back the HTML file in the fastest way and help you solve the problem.
Step 1: Select the format of the missing file
First of all, please open the UnCutData Recovery Wizard Free, and then the format selection interface of the data appears in front of you.
There are two lines in the interface that represent the file format icons. Please distinguish them correctly. In this case, you need to select other types of files. Please check the third icon from the left of the first line.
Then, a small circle with a check mark will appear in the lower right corner of the icon. At this time, you can click the “Next” button on the right, as shown below.
Step 2: Select the disk where the HTML file is originally located.
What appears in front of you is the interface for selecting the disk. All you need to do is to select the disk where the file you lost is originally located.
The missing HTML file was originally stored in the D drive, then please select the D drive. After the disk, a small circle with a check mark will appear at the far right of the name line. You can click the Scan button on the top right to scan your D drive, as shown below.
Intermediate process: scan the selected disks
Scanning your disk takes a certain amount of time. The type and size of the files stored on your D drive determine the length of the scan. The more complex type and the larger file will take the longer scanning time, as shown below.
If on your disk there are 2GB files in HTML format, it usually takes only a few seconds to complete the scan. Please wait patiently.
UnCutData Recovery Wizard Free offers two scan modes. Now it is the fast scan that is being performed. The advantage of this scan mode is that it is fast and can save you a lot of time. But if your lost files are deep files, you may need to change to another way.
Then you can use deep scan. Although it is shortened in time, but it can scan files for you more deeply, helping you find missing files that are not found in the fast scan. The specific operation will be explained below.
If the file types on your disk are complex and numerous, it is recommended that you perform a fast scan before a deep scan to maximize the recovery efficiency.
Step 3: Select your lost file for recovery
After the scan is completed, you will be able to view all the files on your D drive on the left side of the interface.
You will need to browse all the listed files line by line, then find your missing HTML file and click. Then click the "Recover" button in the upper right corner, as shown below.
If you do not find your lost HTML file after scanning, please don't worry. Please click the yellow“Deep Scan” button on the upper of the interface. UnCutData Recovery Wizard will enter the deep scan mode for you to perform secondary search. Please wait patiently again, as shown below.
Once the deep scan is completed, locate the missing HTML file, select it and click the "Recover" button, and you will be able to continue editing the unfinished HTML file, as shown below.
After these three steps are completed, you can recover the files that are accidentally lost due to the black screen problem. You don't need to be very skilled at computer operation, and you don't need any experience in using data recovery software, just according to the user guide in each interface. Then you will be able to recover lost files in the shortest time.
"When I just try to use and download UnCutData Recovery, it gave me a big surprise! In just a few minutes, I used the software to retrieve the lost files myself! It can be said that the operation interface is quite simple and easy to understand. At first I was worried that I couldn't operate properly, but in fact it ran smoothly."
Above is the remark of Mr. Lyle has after using the software. If you also expect to recover lost files effectively and quickly, please download the genuine software via the link! If you still have doubts, you can download the trial version and have a try. It can help you recover 200MB data.
Reference Video Demo：https://www.uncutdata.com/video-page/need-watch-videos.html