Sometimes you delete files from your computer, and
you can not find them in recycle bin, anywhere. Files
can be deleted by mistake or just because you wanted to.
Sometimes you need to recover files that has simply
disappeared. You know they should be there, but you can
not find them. This may mean that the files were deleted
by a virus, or that the file system was damaged.
The good news is that there are many programs to
recover files. Over 90% of the hard drive crashes are
are completely recoverable.
The bad news is that recovering deleted files is
possible only under certain conditions. When you delete
a file, it is not actually deleted but only "obsolete".This
is quite simply to recover.
The primary requirement in the process of recovery is
to recover before trying to write other data on that
partition or hard drive.
You can recover deleted files from hard disk, USB
stick, camera card and iPod. Make sure the program you
choose is getting good feedback from its users.
Losing data can be tough, and it always seems to
happen at an inopportune time. With a little bit of
forethought, you can avoid data loss by backing up your
important files regularly using CDs, DVDs, external hard
drives, or even internet backup services.
The CDs and DVDs are not expensive but you have to
pay more attention not to damage them. A good chose are
the external hard drives. They are more expensive but
they are very useful. Also great are the internet back
up services, but you have to pay an annual fee for the
service. These services are especially useful for those
who uses a laptop and travels, because they can find and
restore their files from anywhere.
For more information about recovering deleted data,
Restore Deleted Files
Read more about backing up data