Hey everyone, I have a computer runs Windows 7 and I accidentally deleted some important files D: drive. Unfortunately, I have already deleted them from the trash bin as well. Is there anything I can do to restore them from my Windows 7 computer? Those documents and images are really important for me. Many thanks.
Normally you can recover deleted files from Windows 7 recycle bin if you haven't cleared yet. If deleted files are not in the recycle bin, you can still restore them. Deleting or formatting won't erase the data from the Windows 7 computer. The deleted files are still stored in your computer's drive and they are just marked as inaccessible data by system. As long as they haven't been overwritten by new data on your computer, you can recover files with Windows 7 deleted files recovery software.
Take Recoverit Data Recovery as an example, this program helps you to recover deleted files from Windows 7 in an easy and risk-free way. The tool can scan your Windows 7 computer to look for accidentally deleted data. The powerful recovery feature of the utility enables you to recover all kinds of deleted files from your Windows 7 computer, including videos, pictures, documents, audio files, emails, etc. Besides, if files are formatted or corrupted on your Windows 7 computer, you can use this program to restore them too.
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First thing first: since lost data can be overwritten easily by new data on your computer's drive, you'd better stop using your Windows 7 computer or at least do not do any operation on the drive where your files were deleted from. Plus, please do not install the program on the original drive of your deleted files too.
All partitions/drives on your Windows 7 computer will be displayed in the window. Select the one you are going to recover deleted files from and click "Start" to begin scanning files on it.
Recoverit will start an all-around scan. Usually, it will take a few minutes to finish the scanning. Sometimes, a few hours are required if many large-sized files are present.
After scanning, you can preview all found files, select the files you want and click the "Recover" button.
Note: To prevent recovered data from being overwritten, you'd better keep the recovered files on another partition/drive on your Windows 7 computer.