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.
Step by Step Procedure:
I hope it will work. Thanks.
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