How to Recover a Deleted File: The Ultimate Guide.

This is happening in most of us. You delete a file, and realize that you need to come back. This guide will explain when you can get the file back, and how to do it.

We have covered a variety of tools in the past to recover deleted files, but this guide to go deeper. We will introduce you need to know everything if you want to successfully recover deleted files.

You are not really deleted?

If you do not know if you permanently delete a file, make sure to take a look round. In Windows, you’ll want to open the Recycle Bin and find the file. You can use the search box in the upper-right corner of the window, if you are in your trash a lot of files, which may help search the Recycle Bin. In the window, you can also right-click, point to Sort, and then select Delete, View recently deleted files.

Note that a program like CCleaner to empty the Recycle Bin when you run them, so there CCleaner or a similar program to run automatically in the background, can be avoided recover files from the Recycle Bin.

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If, as the file is stored in Dropbox, Google Drive, or SkyDrive cloud storage service, be sure to log on to your account on the site of the service, and check your junk there – you will find that the file is still recoverable. This is a cloud storage version of the Recycle Bin.

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If you do not know if you deleted the file, use it to perform a search box to search in Windows Explorer or File Explorer window. Hoped that the file was accidentally moved elsewhere, you can find it again.

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Check Backup

You should let your most important files backed up regularly, so you will not lose too much important data for you if they ever disappear. If you have a backup, it is time to check your deleted file copy time.

Windows has a built-in backup tool, so they may be able to help. Earlier versions of Windows 7 tool may have created a backup file, even if you do not set anything. To check the previous version, navigate to the folder containing your file folder, right-click it and select Restore previous versions. You can view the backup you have created and click the Open button and browse them – you’ll find a backup copy of your important files.

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8 File History feature of Windows is not turned on by default, so you’re out of luck, if you never turn it on manually. If the file history enabled, you can access a folder, and then click the History button on the ribbon to browse the backup copy of the file had been stored in that folder.

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Magnetic hard drives and solid state drives
If you have made so far, it has not managed to recover your files yet, the only way you get behind the file is a file recovery software. However, there is some bad news: It may be impossible on some computers.

Different conventional magnetic hard disk drives and solid state drives work. When you delete a file on a magnetic hard drive, the data is not immediately removed from the disk. Instead, the pointer to the data is removed. Then, the data can be overwritten. Hard drive and restore it might be to scan the rest of the data has not been rewritten to delete the file.

When a file is deleted from the solid state drive, the file is immediately deleted with the TRIM command to free up space and ensure fast SSD can be written in the future. This means that you can not recover deleted data from a solid state drive – once it’s gone, it’s gone. Very old solid state drives and older operating systems such as Windows Vista does not support TRIM, but modern solid-state drive, and Windows 7 and 8 support TRIM.

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Recover deleted files safest way
If you delete a file on magnetic hard drive, you’re still using that computer, so the safest way is to immediately shut down the computer. If you continue to use your computer – even if you just install the file recovery software – it may be a program on your computer, and data can be written to the disk may overwrite deleted data files on the hard disk.

With the computer off, live CD or USB drive you should recover from a boot file, or completely deleted from the computer’s hard drive, and place it in another computer as a secondary drive. The key is to avoid completely written to the drive. Use file recovery software scans the drive, and hope you will find deleted files. If you recently deleted files, and did not write multiple drives, you must restore it pretty good chance. If you delete the file two weeks ago, and has been written quite a drive, it is highly unlikely that the file will be restored.

We have used NTFS Recovery and photorec tools to do this cover from the Ubuntu live CD or USB drive.

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Faster, higher-risk way to recover deleted files
If you want to get the deleted files back, but it is not very important, you do not want to go much extra effort, you can do it easier, riskier way. Just install Recuva like a file recovery tool from the manufacturer of the famous CCleaner application. Use this application to scan files on your hard drive to remove and restore you want to come back, and if you can find it.

This is a high-risk, as it relates to the write drive. When you install a tool like Recuva on the drive, it may be that you may overwrite the data and program data files Recuva is deleted. It is also possible that in other programs running in the background can be written to disk and overwritten data. All is needed is a part of the file is overwritten and the file may become completely corrupted.

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Professional Data Recovery
If the data business is particularly critical, you do not have any backup, and you failed to restore it, you may want to consider professional data recovery services. First of all: immediately shut down if it is not already turned off. The longer the computer is running time, data will be written to the hard drive, you must restore the less chance it.
Professional data recovery service handles everything from dying need to be removed to restore the data is deleted and overwritten file on the hard drive. These services can be very expensive and will cost you hundreds or even thousands of dollars, so they are not the ideal solution. But if you have, you can not restore or replace vital data, you are willing to pay up, which is available to you a choice. Of course, these services can not guarantee anything – they may not be able to recover the data. They may also charge you for their work, even if they ultimately can not recover the data.

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Avoid panic deleted files
Make sure you never have the best way to restore deleted files are backed up regularly. If only to make the file history or Windows Backup feature, your version of Windows will give you some peace of mind. If you have stored in Dropbox or similar services, your files or have them backed up to an online location, you have a backup. All of these backup options also allow you to recover previous versions of files.

It is still likely to be deleted files, but if you perform regular backups, you will not lose much data. You need more than luck to restore the backup to restore deleted files. Backup service is cheaper than a professional data recovery service.