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NTFS Data Recovery Step-by-Step Tutorial
Click on the Download link and run ntfs_data_recovery_setup.exe
NOTENever install NTFS Data Recovery on the same disk that contains the lost/corrupted data. Otherwise, you are taking the risk to lose your data forever. Install NTFS Data Recovery onto a secondary hard drive, floppy disk, USB drive, network drive, or burn it onto a CD or DVD.
Run NTFS Data Recovery.exe , and select "Help" - "About" to register the product if you have already purchased your copy. If you didn't place an order just yet, click "Help" - "About" - "Buy Now" to buy a proper registration code, and then click "Input Key". Alternatively, just click here to buy.
Running NTFS Data Recovery is simple. Double-click NTFS Data Recovery icon on your computer desktop, in the Start menu or in the folder where it's installed.
The Recovery Wizard will be displayed automatically when you start NTFS Data Recovery for the first time. Click Next
NOTE: If you wish to see the Recovery Wizard every time you launch NTFS Data Recovery, select "Show wizard on startup".
Select a partition or a folder to search for lost files, check the necessary locations, and then click Next.
The following Scanner Window shows the progress with the number of recovered folders and files. When recovering large volumes, you may want to sit back and enjoy a mug of freshly ground coffee, so it's high time to go and get one.
After the scanning is complete, click Finish to get all the restorable files in the Explorer-like window. NTFS Data Recovery supports all the usual refinements of the Explorer, namely the file search, tree and folder view, go-back, go-forward, and file details.
If you're about to recover digital pictures or Microsoft Office documents, you can preview them before performing the recovery even with the free version of NTFS Data Recovery
Select files or folders to recover, and click "Recover". This will launch the "Export Wizard" automatically. Specify location to save the recovered files to, and click Next
On the last step of the Recovery Wizard a confirmation window with an underlined link is displayed. Click the link to open a folder that contains the recovered files, and click Finish
The Recovery Wizard opens up automatically when you launch the program. Select the corresponding checkbox if you'd like the Recovery Wizard to launch every time you start NTFS Data Recovery. If you prefer full manual control over the recovery process, uncheck the checkbox and click "Cancel" to close the Recovery Wizard.
In the program main window select (double-click) a logical drive or the entire hard drive if serious data corruption has occurred and the system cannot recognize partitions. The program will scan the hard drive to locate recoverable NTFS partitions, and then it will start searching for lost files and folders. The program will automatically scan the drive. This operation will take some time, depending on the size of the chosen disk In our case, the scanner runs on a single physical drive with system folders
Click Next to start the disk scan.
Select a partition and click Next.
Choose a file system for recovery and click Next. Select location to save the recovered files to, and click Next.
After the scan is complete, click Finish, and you get all the restorable files in the Explorer-like window. NTFS Data Recovery supports all the usual refinements of the Explorer, namely the file search, tree and folder view, go-back, go-forward, and file details. . You can preview digital pictures and office documents before recovering them.
Select a file or folder to recover and click "Recover" to launch the Export Wizard. Select location to save the recovered files to. After the recovery process is complete, click on the displayed link to view your files. Then click Finish.
The "Recovered files" folder contains every file discovered with SmartSearch. The new SmartSearch technology invented by NTFS Data Recovery combines the strengths of the two methods. First, it scans your file system and learns about the files that were simply deleted. During the next step, it scans your hard drive directly in order to locate files that are not present in the file system. SmartSearch uses a list of file signatures to detect the beginning and end of recognized file types such as Microsoft Word documents, Excel spreadsheets, or JPEG pictures, more then 100 different types of files in total. This method works rock solid even if your hard drive is 9/10 dead, and its file system is completely non-existent! In that case, SmartSearch will simply scan and recover what's left of your disk and your data. This is similar to what the second class of data recovery products does.
After the search job is done, you’ll see several folders that contain files of certain types. You can preview digital pictures and office documents before recovering them. To preview a file simply click on its icon and NTFS Data Recovery will display a preview on the left hand of the window. Click “Display Preview” for a larger preview.
Select a file or folder to recover and click "Recover" to launch the Export Wizard.
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