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You can use the product in 3 simple steps:
Select source drive.
Choose file you wish to recover
Scan & Save the recovered files

  Frequently Asked Questions:

Can File Undelete recover files from a USB disc?
Yes, File Undelete does support a USB disc as long as it was formatted as a FAT32 or NTFS file system.
I have C and D disks. I want to recovery files form disk D. Can I install File Undelete on Disk C?
If there are no system folders on disk D disks, yes, you can. Disks C and D are located on different places on the HDD. Any changes on C do not affect anything on disk D.
I can not find some files deleted. How to do?
You may try a full scan to see if there are more files found. You may also go to folder "!!! Advanced - Extra !!!" and its sub folders to see if there are files you need. Sometimes, the folder name may be changed.
What format can File Undelete support?
File Undelete can support NTFS and FAT32 volumes.
What operating system can File Undelete format support?
File Undelete supports Windows system including: XP, 2000, NT, 2003, Vista, 98.
What's the difference between quick scan and full scan mode?
A quick scan will scan the file system in a short time to detect possible lost files, but it may not find files in the most posibility. A full scan will scan the disc sectors and clustors to find possible lost files and data blocks. If you can not find deleted files in quick scan mode, you may try a full scan, this procedure is very slow and will cost more time.
Will all the recovered files are the same as the original?
I am not sure. Sometimes, after the files are deleted, if the OS wrote some data to the disc, the original data blocks may be destroyed or overwritten and the files may be changed.
Will all the recovered files are usable?
I am not sure. The explain is the same as the above question.
What should I pay attention to before execute this program?
To protect the original data on a disc drive from being destroyed or overwritten, please do not save this program on the same drive, and also please do not recover files to the drive. If the drive has a Windows system installed, please do not run the Windows system because system may write temporary files to the drive, and system will use virtual memory feature that will also write data to the drive. You may attach the disc to another PC as a slavery disc and use that PC's windows system to run the program and scan this disc drive.
I can find some deleted files, but can not find deleted folders (or sub folders). How to do?
You may try a full scan. Then go to folder "!!! Advanced - Extra !!!" and its sub folders to see if there are files you need. Sometimes, the folder name may be changed.

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  What would you like to do?
  • Recover deleted files and folders.
  • Recover lost photos and images.
  • Recover lost office files.
  • Recover deleted iPod songs.
  • Recover deleted or lost logical drives.
  • Recover files from RAW drives.
  • Recover files from fdisked drives.
  • Recover files from repartitioned drives.
  • Recover files from formatted drives.
Advice on Data Loss:
When important files are deleted or got lost,
we recommend the following:
  1. Do not panic
  2. Turn off the power
  3. Do not restart the machine
  4. Connect the hard disk to another PC as a slave disk
  5. Don't run or write any software on the drive.
  6. Start the File Undelete to scan the correct drive
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