Recover Deleted Images on Windows 7


Want to restore deleted pictures on Windows 7 system?

Images include wonderful moments of your life such as photos of college day’s pictures, function, marriage, trip etc which are taken from digital cameras. In general, these precious photos are stored in Windows 7 computer hard disk to free the space of your digital camera. Photos stored on your Windows 7 may be deleted due to several reasons. It’s very heartbreaking when you lose favorite photos due to some mistakes. It will be more horrible case if you don’t have backup for you images and it’s the only copy you had. At such conditions, to recover deleted images on Windows 7, you have to use some data recovery tools. Recover Deleted Images software is one such tool that helps to solve your problems.

It is the trustworthy tool available in the market to restores images in their original format. This software helps you to recover deleted pictures from partitioned or formatted hard disk drive at your finger tips. It has highly flexible and intuitive interface that is designed specifically for most common users of computer where less or no technical skills are required to use this software.

Following are some scenarios where images are deleted from Windows 7 computer:

Manual errors: Unintentionally deleting the wrong file, or pressing Shift + Delete option by mistake can lead to data loss.

Due to virus attack: If the image file is affected with virus or any malicious threat then the drive storing the file may be corrupted.

Using third party applications: Using some unknown third party tools on your Windows 7 computer will harm the data in it and sometimes takes access to your file and deletes it.

Windows installation: While installing Windows 7 on your computer there may be some partition error or formatting of hard disk. This will completely erase data from your hard drive partition.

To avoid these scenarios, it is better to take backup for your image files regularly since with backup you can recover deleted images on Windows 7 again. And to avoid virus threats, use proper updated anti-virus program. Recover Deleted Images software uses advanced signature search to identify and restore different kind of photos and RAW images from hard drive on both Windows and Mac OS. If the files are deleted due to formatting or hard disk crash, then this tool helps to restore deleted data from hard disk with ease. This tool lets you to preview recovered image files at the end of recovery process. This will help in calculating the performance of deleted photo recovery tool. Using this tool, you can even restore Recycle Bin deleted pictures efficiently.

What makes this tool a popular application?

Below mentioned are some extraordinary features of Recover Deleted Images software:

  • It has a strong built in scanning mechanism that scans and recovers pictures, videos and audio files from the drive within a quick span of time.
  • Supports image file recovery on Windows 8/7/Vista/XP, Windows Server 2003/2008 and Mac OS X systems.
  • Picture recovery from CF card, SD card, XD card and MMC card is also possible.
  • Ability to recover data from disks having bad sectors.
  • Option to save recovery session and resume it in future use.

Steps to recover deleted images on Windows 7:

Step 1: Download and install Recover Deleted Images software. On launching, select "Recover Photos". Then on next window, select either "Recover Deleted Photos" or "Recover Lost Photos" as shown in Figure 1.

Recover Deleted Images on Windows 7 - Welcome Screen

Figure 1: Welcome Screen

Step 2: Select the hard disk drive from which you want to recover deleted photos and then click the "Next" button as shown in Figure 2.

Restore Deleted Pictures on Windows 7 - Select Hard Disk Drive

Figure 2: Select Hard Disk Drive

Step 3: Recovered data can be viewed in "File Type" and "Data type" view as shown in Figure 3. You can even save the scan results using "Save Recovery Session" option for further use.

Retrieve Deleted Photos on Windows 7 - View Recovered Files

Figure 3: View Recovered Files

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