Learn step by step procedure of how to recover files , formatted data, images , photos from hard drive disk, pen drive , memory card ,android mobile phone. corrupted whether your had deleted your files and folders containing important data . then watch the video to learn the process to recover lost data due to format or delete .
i am going to explain you - how to recover data from your pen drive , memory card or hard drive , cell phone etc.so first of all let me tell you that even you have formatted your hard drive , or pen drive or memory card even though you can recover your important data very safely . so fro data recovery you need a software . actually there are lot of software in the market but personally i had use and recommend you is - icare data recovery , it is one of the best data recovery software which i had used in my life .
so open the website of icare data recovery and download the software . its a very small software , now install on your computer. this is a trial version & in trail version there is a limit of recover near about 2gb data as of now . but don't worry there a lot of cracks available in the market or registration key available on internet , just search on internet and find the key and easily make it a full version.see this is my pen drive which contains some photographs , now i am going to format it. yes format complete , now the datas are gon , it is empty .
so now see the recovery process , open this software , select advanced file recovery , select your drive or pendrive , or memory card , click on the desired drive and click on recover button , it will take some time. once the recovery process is completed ,you will get an option here select the check box and click on shoe files,once you click there you will be able to see the complete files and folders on your drive before formatting , see still the pendrive is empty but in now if i would select here what ever files i wish to recover check mark all the required box and click on save , it will recover those files which you had selected , you can see your file in this folder , , yes these are our all photos and lost data is recovered , still you can se that your pendrive is empty but you had recovered your data safely.
if you recover your data from hard drive just you need to make your hard drive slave on any other computer , install icare data recovery on that computer and select the hard disk drive from which you want to recover the data in the same manner.
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