Recover Lost Files on Hard Drives and Memory Cards

Many people accidently delete important files from their computer or memory card and usually most of them do not know how to retrieve it. Files can also be lost due to drive format, partition loss, virus attack, or system shutdown. Recovering lost data is possible with hard drive recovery software, if your system can still detect your hard drive or memory card.

There is excellent free recovery software available online that can help you rescue your data, for instance, free edition. This application lets your recover lost files due to delete, format, partition damage and system crash from SATA hard drive, hard drive, USB drive, memory card, and pendrive.

We will explain to you how you can recover your lost data in few simple steps using EaseUS Data Recovery Wizard free edition.

Download and install the application from the link given at the end of this post. Open the application and you will see three main options: Deleted File Recover, Complete Recover and Partition recovery.

To recover deleted files, select “Deleted File Recover” option, to recover data that are lost due to formating select “Complete Recover” option and to recover data that are lost due to deleted partition select “Partition recovery” option.

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Now, after selecting your option, choose the file type you want to recover from the next screen, for instance, media, graphic, document, etc. and then click Next. You should see a list of all volumes found on your computer, select the exact drive and press the “NEXT” button to search.

The app will analyze your file system and search the files. This may take little long time depending on the size of disk space. Once scanning is finished, you will see file/folder tree. Use the “File Preview” option to check the quality of your recovered data and then save the data on a separate drive.

The Easeus Data Recovery Wizard is available for Windows and Mac. You can free download data recovery software from Easeus.

JP is an avid writer and a computer engineer with an acute interest in all things technology. He enjoys reading blog articles, tech magazines, tinkering with computers and mobile phones in his leisure time.

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