Synopsis 【Released August 20, 2019 by uncutdata data recovery】
I lost an audio file on C disk. How to recover it?
As one of the primary partitions of computer hard disk, local disk C is generally used to store or install the system. For the single operating system installed on the local hard disk, it is the default boot hard disk of the local system. Although normally it is not recommended to store data on C disk, there are still a lot of people who store data on C disk which will naturally result in the problem of data loss.
"I have the habit of storing file data on the system disk. Because there are many messy files, I did a disk cleanup and deleted some unnecessary files. But after that, I found that an important audio file was deleted as a junk file. I want to know if the lost files on the C disk can be recovered?"
Of course, the answer is yes. If you encounter the above problems, you can take a look at the next part of this article. I believe it will help you solve the problem. (Of course, if you haven't completely deleted your audio file, you can find it in your computer recycle bin.)
Knowledge - Why is it better not to put data in the C Disk?
Most of the files on C disk are mainly composed of system folders such as Documents and Settings, Windows, Program Files, etc. Program Files folder is generally the default location for installing software, but it is also the location where virus may exist, so C disk should be well protected.
C disk is very important for the single operating system of local hard disk, so you should try not to put the data on the C disk when you store data.
Solution: Use UnCutData Recovery Wizard Free to Restore Your Audio File
UnCutData Recovery Wizard Free is an integrated free data recovery software for different loss situations. It takes only a few simple steps to recover the lost audio files.
Now let UnCutData Recovery Wizard Free show you how it can help you find the audio files deleted from the C disk and solve your problems through the following steps.
Step 1: Open the software to select the file format
When you open UnCutData Recovery Wizard Free, first you can see the interface to choose the data format.
There are two lines of icons on the interface. They represent different types of files. What you need to do is to check the icon representing the audio file you lost. Please select the first icon from the left of the first line.
When the check is completed, a small circle with a check will appear in the lower right corner of the icon. At this time, you can click the "Next" button on the right, as shown in Figure 3.
Step 2: Select the disk where the audio file was originally located
At this time, you can see the interface of selecting the disk. Next, you need to select the disk where the file you lost was originally located .
If your audio file was stored on the C disk, then select the C disk. After the selection, a small circle with a check mark appears at the right end of the row of the disk name. At this time, you can click the "Scan" button on the top right to scan your system disk, as shown in Figure 4.
Step 3: Scan your disk
The scanning process takes a certain amount of time. The length of time is determined by the files stored on your system disk. The more complex files will take the longer scanning time, and vice versa. This is shown in Figure 5.
Normally, if your disk has about 2GB audio files, it takes only a few seconds to complete the whole scan. It won’t take you a long time.
Step 4: Select your lost audio file for recovery
After scanning, you can browse all the files on your C disk through the left column of the interface.
At this point, you need to browse rank by rank, then find the audio file you deleted and select it. And then click the "Restore" button in the upper right corner, as shown in Figure 6.
UnCutData Recovery Wizard Free offers two ways to scan if you don't find the audio you lost. One is the fast scan you just performed, and the other is the deep scan. The advantage of fast scan is that it is fast, but some deep files may not be scanned.
But deep scan will find the undetected files that fast scan can’t find, but it takes a little longer. At this time, please click the "deep scan" button of yellow font at the top of the interface. UnCutData Recovery Wizard Free will scan the deeper files for you immediately. Please wait patiently again, as shown in Figure 7.
After the deep scan is completed, find the lost audio file, select and click the "Restore" button. Then your audio has been successfully restored, as shown in the figure below.
Generally speaking, it is recommended that when you scan lost files, you first perform a fast scan and then a deep scan to get the best recovery effect.
In this way, through the simple steps provided by UnCutData Recovery Wizard Free, the important audio files you lost can be back to your computer. You do not need to be very familiar with the operation skills of the computer. And you do not need any experience in using data recovery software. As long as you follow the instructions on the interface, documents can be easily retrieved.
After the above introduction, do you want to get the software? If you choose to use UnCutData Recovery Wizard Free, you can get the genuine software via the following link. And before you pay for it, you can download the free version provided via the link to have a try, which can restore 200MB data for you.
After reading the whole article, you must have been able to solve the problem of audio loss by yourself. If you feel that the method introduced in this article can quickly solve the problem for you, and there are friends around you who are worried about the same problem, you can tell them the solution or share the article directly.