How to recover permanently deleted data from the hard drive?

Right way to restore permanently deleted data, in windows 7

How to recover permanently deleted data from the hard drive?
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Hi everyone, Today I am here going to teach you how to recover permanently deleted data from the hard drive. The method which I will describe here, it is based on windows 7.

When we delete the data by pressing  Ctrl + D or directly pressing Delete button, then the data is not permanently deleted. It is just moved to  Recycle Bin and it can be recovered or restored easily. But when we delete the data by pressing Shift + Delete, it is not moved to Recycle Bin  and it cannot be restored easily. As we know, if we press Shift + Delete, data will be permanently deleted. Actually, is it really happened? I am saying “No”. But you must be confused.

How is it possible? Computer says data is permanently deleted but you are saying “Data is not permanently deleted even we press Shift + Delete”. Now I am telling you the real truth. Actually, when we delete the data permanently, our computer just mark the space for writing new data. Once you write a new data in same location from where the data was permanently deleted, then your permanently deleted data will not be recovered. So it should be kept in mind, whenever you mistakenly deleted any data from the hard drive, you do not write any new data on the respective folder. Because your permanently deleted data still possible to recover again.

There are many methods of data recovery. All the methods may not work on the specific computer. It basically depends on our operating system. So here I will teach you a method which works on Windows 7 running PC. Before going to further discussion I want to introduce you some professional data recovery software such as Yodot Photo Recovery, iCare Pro, 7-Data Recovery.

Yodot Photo Recovery: It is a professional media recovery software. It helps to recover your permanently deleted videos, music, photos etc. One disadvantage of this software is  that it has no trial version. It can be recommended when free methods are not working.

iCare Pro: It also a commercial data recovery software. But iCare Pro gives you 20 MB free data recovery for trial. It helps to recover all types of data.

7-Data Recovery: It is recommended for windows 7 user. It is very user friendly data recovery software. In windows 7, it works under almost any condition. This software has some useful features:

i. This software helps to recover data from both local drives and mobile storage devices.

ii. All types of files such as documents, e-mails, video, audio, photo etc. can be recovered by using this software.

iii. The best feature is that it gives you 1 GB free data recovery with free edition.

Here I am sharing you my 7-Data Recovery guide which works best on Windows 7.

Step by Step Procedure:

  1. Download the software from and install it on your PC.
  2. Run the software and choose your condition as you want to recover the data. If you deleted data by pressing Shift + Delete, choose Deleted Recovery.
  3. Now select the drive from where the data have been deleted and click “Next” to start a scan for recoverable files.
  4. Scanning will be start for recoverable files after pressing “Next”. Once scanning is completed, you have to select the files which you want to restore and click the “Save” button. Now choose the path where you want to save them. Please do not save them on the same folder from where these were deleted.
  5. Now it’s done. You can see your recovered files in the destination folder.

I hope it will work. Thanks.

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