Wednesday, October 12, 2011

How to recover Undelete file

Every computer user might have encountered this situation in which computer data is disorderedly stored and user wanted to clean them by classifying wanted and deleting unwanted data. However, during this process some necessary data could be deleted accidentally. Now user might search solution to deleted file recovery on the internet. The answer always appears to turn to some professional data recovery software, such as MiniTool Power Data Recovery.

What kind of software MiniTool Power Data Recovery is?
MiniTool Power Data Recovery is free, green, efficient and safe data recovery software developed by MiniTool Solution Ltd. a professional data recovery company which has committed to study and research of numerous types of storage media such as discs (CD / DVD / BD / HD DVD), hard disks (IDE SCSI ATA RAID), flash card and memory card, etc. MiniTool Power Data Recovery runs perfectly under current mainstream 32/64bit Windows operating systems whatever home, professional or corporate edition like windows XP, Windows Vista, Windows 7, Windows 2000, Windows 2003 and Windows 2008, etc and supports multiple file systems such as NTFS, NTFS4, NTFS5, FAT12, FAT16, FAT32. Additionally, it can recover lost data from different kinds of storage media including hard disk, flash memory card, memory stick, USB flash drive and mobile HDD, etc.

User should first download MiniTool Power Data Recovery at MiniTool Power Data Recovery Download Center and then install it to computer.

User would come to the following interface after running MiniTool Power Data Recovery.

This is the main interface of MiniTool Power Data Recovery showing the five main function modules: Undelete Recovery, Damaged Partition Recovery, Lost Partition Recovery, Digital Media Recovery and CD/DVD Recovery
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Here we select "Undelete Recovery" to recover deleted files.

Select a partition suffering data loss, then click "Recover".

 Check desired files and click "Save files".

Last, click "Browse…" to set a saving location for all recovered files and then click "OK". 

If any question, please go to http://www.powerdatarecovery.com

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