Friday, December 23, 2011

Undeleting files in Windows XP needs free data recovery software MiniTool Power Data Recovery

System files are vital for the normal run of operating system. However, we haven't found any absolutely safe defense measure until now, so every operating system can not avoid being attacked by viruses. Windows XP is the most popular operating system with individual and home users. It has been ten years since Windows XP was released in 2001. In this decade, Windows XP has kept being attacked by viruses throughout, though various kinds of patches are released uninterruptedly. Many Windows XP users are suffering the annoyance brought by system files deleted by viruses. It seems that various firewalls and antivirus software are useless when facing the pervasive viruses. For undeleting files deleted by viruses, the free data recovery software, MiniTool Power Data Recovery, is essential for you.

Damages caused by system file loss and commonly-used undeleting files measure
Take Windows XP for example. System files are indispensable files that the normal operation of Windows XP operating system depends on. Most of them are not allowed to be modified. There are also many bugs though Windows XP keeps being updated. By taking advantage of these bugs, viruses intrude into the computer and delete system files maliciously, thereby leading to system failure. Once system files are lost, there will be a series of problems in the computer. For example, errors occur to application program, the operating system can not be booted or blue screen occurs, etc. The best way to solve these problems is undeleting files. In daily life and work, this situation is common. Different recovery methods are adopted depending on different situations. However, many users are likely to undelete files by restoring or reinstalling operating system when they encounter some small problems caused by system file loss. This way is not advisable. Both restoring and reinstalling operating system cause great damage to the computer and cost a lot of time. As to the situation that operating system still runs despite some system files loss, we can use MiniTool Power Data Recovery to undelete files. If the system can not be booted, we can use MiniTool Power Data Recovery to make a boot disk and then apply it to undelete files. This method could save you a lot of time and MiniTool Power Data Recovery is able to guarantee undeleting files successfully.

The best choice for undeleting files in Windows XP
As we all know, there are many editions of Windows XP. Although a lot of free data recovery software is specially designed for Windows XP, little supports all editions of Windows XP operating system. However, MiniTool Power Data Recovery is compatible with all Windows XP editions no matter you use Windows XP Home Edition or Windows XP Professional Edition, 32bit Windows XP or 64bit Windows XP. Moreover, MiniTool Power Data Recovery is totally free for individual and home users, with which most Windows XP users could carry out free data recovery. Therefore, MiniTool Power Data Recovery is the best choice to undelete files when users encounter system file loss in Windows XP.

Undelete files with MiniTool Power Data Recovery
We can download MiniTool Power Data Recovery on the official website http://www.powerdatarecovery.com. And there are plenty of guiding articles and videos which help you be familiar this free data recovery software quickly.

On the main interface, click "Undelete Recovery" to undelete files if system files are maliciously deleted by viruses.

Select system partition and click "Recover" to scan files in this partition. NOTE: MiniTool Power Data Recovery supports both FAT and NTFS file systems.


All system partition files are listed. We can quickly look for the files that will be recovered by using "Find File" And "Advanced Filter". Then click "Save Files" to appoint files storage location. Finally carry on undeleting files according to the instructions.

MiniTool Power Data Recovery not only helps users undelete files in Windows XP, but also can be applied in mainstream Windows operating systems like Windows 7, Windows Server 2003 and Windows 2008, etc. Desiring more related information, please visit the official website.

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