“Hi, I’m in trouble guys please someone help me out from this difficulty. Actually what happened is, I have stored important SQL database files in a folder on my Windows system. Today while going through this folder I noticed few unwanted documents which were not required by me anymore, hence I decided to delete those useless files. Unfortunately while deleting these useless files I have selected an essential SQL database file and deleted it. If I ended up with this I would have restored it back from Recycle Bin, but soon after deleting, I emptied Recycle Bin too. Now I don’t know how to retrieve SQL database file emptied from Recycle Bin?”
Don’t bother much about it because accidentally deleted SQL database files can be restored by employing any reliable Windows file recovery software. But keep this in mind if you save any new data on same folder as this will result in overwriting of deleted SQL database file. Once if it is overwritten, it can’t be restored. So be careful and don’t save data until and unless you are done with recovery.
Common reasons for which SQL database files get deleted from Windows system are mentioned below: -
Restore deleted SQL database on Windows using Remo Recover
Remo Recover is the ideal software to choose from other file recovery software because it is specialist in retrieving accidentally deleted SQL database files effortlessly. It supports restoration of deleted my documents folder containing database files, word documents, excel files, PowerPoint files, images, videos, and many more. Files which are deleted using “Shift + Delete” keys or deleted by emptying Recycle Bin can be recovered. It supports to retrieve database files erased from FAT16, FAT32, exFAT, NTFS and NTFS5 file system based drives or partitions. This software is compatible with all major versions of Windows operating systems like Windows 10, Windows 8 & 8.1, Windows 7, Vista, XP, Server 2003 & 2008.
Prominent features of Remo Recover: -
Precautionary Measures: -
Step 1: : Download and install Remo Recovery software on your Windows computer.
Step 2: : In the main screen, select Recover Files and also choose a drive from where you would like to recover database files
Figure 1: Main Screen
Step 3: Click the Scan button for the software to scan the selected drive and display all found files
Figure 2: Scanning progress
Step 4: Use the File Type View option to view the files based on file types, making it easier for you to find database files in particular
Figure 3: List of Recovered Database Files
Step 5: Then, enjoy a free preview of recovered files and save them to a preferred destination
Figure 4: Save Recovered Database Files