After disk data is ruined by all kinds of reason, could we just repent and redress our errors and there’s no way to retrieve?
This instance is intended to help you quickly find corresponding solution when something unfortunate happens, in case that your hard work is in vain.
Of course, our biggest expectation is still—that you never use the method below! Because even perfect solution could not ensure that all data is kept perfectly. To make it no risk at all really, you still have to nip in the bud.
This might be the simplest and also the most common data damage, direct explanation is that generally, after file is deleted, clear up the recycle bin, or you press Shift key when delete, otherwise, you hook the option “Not move file to Recycle Bin when delete, but to delete completely” from the “Properties” of “Recycle Bin”.
Now that it’s the most common data damage, of course it would be the easiest to recover. Next I give relevant solutions according to different operation systems.
Here we take Win9x/Me solution as an example.
Namely, recovery for the file deletion by mistake on FAT16/32 partition, this should be the basic function of most recovery software; while we will take Recover4all software as an example here, all functions provided are available in Win9x/Me. Recover the files deleted by mistake—actually there are many things you cannot always try to round off, just enough would be better. Simple is beauty.
Cut the crash. We