Synopsis 【Released September 18, 2019 by uncutdata data recovery】
All Folders On The Desktop Have Been Deleted. Can You Tell Me How To Retrieve Them?
When you use your computer in daily life, have you ever encountered a problem with deleting files or data because of incorrect operation? Or is there some unexpected problems that result in data loss? Or have you got a computer virus or other unknown error that damaged the file?
"I accidentally deleted all the folders on my desktop. Can anyone tell me how to get them back?"
"The virus in my computer D drive can not be opened, there are many important documents inside. What should I do?"
"I went out to travel a few days ago and took a lot of beautiful photos. But my naughty son formatted the disk that stored the photos. Can these photos be retrieved?"
In these cases, it's wise of you to choose to use UnCutData Recovery Wizard Free to recover your files or data. So just by using data recovery software, can your file be recovered completely? Things are not like this. Let's take a look at what you need to know when recovering data.
When you do a data recovery, the most terrible thing is that if you operate improperly, it will cause a secondary damage to the data, which will directly make the data recovery more difficult.
Do not do a DskChk check on your disk. Under normal circumstances, the system will automatically prompt whether you need to do a disk check after an error occurs. After 10 seconds, the DskChk disk check will be started by default. This operation can sometimes fix some small corrupted directory files, but in most cases it will destroy the data because it cannot fix complex directory structures.
After the repair fails, a directory such as FOUND.000 will be formed in the root directory. There are a large number of files with a .CHK extension. Sometimes these files can be restored by changing their names. However sometimes it will not work especially for the FAT32 partition or a relatively large database file like NTFS.
If the file data is lost due to accidental formatting, please do not format the partition again. When you format the partition for the first time, the type of the partition changes and the data is lost, such as FAT32 becomes NTFS, NTFS becomes FAT32. If you format the partition again at this time, it is likely to damage some large files that could be recovered and the files can be permanently unrecoverable.
Do not rebuild the partition. When the partition table is destroyed or the partition is deleted, if the partition table rebuilding tool is used to directly create or format the partition, it is likely to destroy important areas such as the file allocation table (FAT) or file record table (MFT) of the original partition, make the recovery more difficult.
Under the use of several partitioning tools, some important directory files will be destroyed, resulting in incomplete recovery of the file directory and make some large files that could be recovered not able be recovered.
Do not restore data directly to the original disk. After deleting the file, the data of the file still exists. The data recovery software restores the entire file by the data left by the files in the storage space. If the target file is directly restored to the original directory, it maybe overwrite the correct file data and causes the file data to be corrupted, so that the file cannot be recovered.
Through the above introduction, you must have already known about the recovery when restoring your files. So what should you know when using UnCutData Recovery Wizard Free for file recovery? Let's take a look at the specific steps.
Instructions for restoring files using the UnCutData Recovery Wizard Free
UnCutData Recovery Wizard Free is an all-in-one free data recovery software for different loss situations. It can quickly recover your lost or damaged files with just a few simple steps.
Step 1: Select the type of missing file
First of all, please open the UnCutData Recovery Wizard Free. The format selection interface of the data appears in front of you.
There are two lines in the interface to represent the icon of the file format. Please distinguish carefully. For example, if the file you need to restore is a Word file, select the second icon from the left of the first line.
When the check is done, a small circle with a check mark will appear in the lower right corner of the icon. Then you can click the “Next” button on the right, as shown below.
Step 2: Select the disk where the 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 from which you want to restore the original file.
For example, if the file you need to restore is originally stored on the D drive, then please select the D drive. After selecting, a small circle with a check mark will appear at the far right end of the name line. You can click the Scan button on the top right to scan your D drive, as shown below.
Step 3: Scan the disk
The scanning process takes a certain amount of time. The length of time is determined by the files stored on your D disk. The more complex file type and the larger file size will take the longer scanning time, and vice versa, as shown below.
Under normal circumstances, if in your disk memory there is about 2GB files, it only takes a few seconds to complete all scans. Please wait a little.
The UnCutData Recovery Wizard Free gives you two ways to scan, one is fast scan and another is deep scan. In general, it is best to perform a fast scan first and then a deep scan when scanning a missing file.
Fast scan is just fast, which can quickly scan all the files on the disk for you, but may miss some deep files. But you don't have to worry, deep scan will solve this difficult problems for you, but it takes a little longer. See the next step.
Step 4: Select the files you need to recover
After the scan is completed, you will be able to view all the files on your D drive in the left side of the interface.
Then you need to browse rank by rank, then find the file you need to recover and select it. Click the "Recover" button in the upper right corner, as shown below.
If you do not find the file you need to recover after scanning, please click the yellow "Scan" button on the upper right. UnCutData Recovery Wizard Free will scan for you immediately. Please wait patiently, as shown below.
Once the deep scan is completed, find the file you need to restore, select it and click the "Restore" button. And your file will be restored, as shown below.
The above is the user guide of data recovery and UnCutData Recovery Wizard Free. If you are in need, you can click the link below to get the genuine software, and you can also try the free trial version. You can recover 200MB data by it.
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