Recovering Files After System Restore:
How to get files back after system recovery has haunted many Windows users. When OS is damaged, user will restore their PC's and recover it with system backup images. After system restore function, all the data saved on disk C will be deleted by Windows Operating System. However, a system backup can quickly solve the problem but modified and new files stored on hard disk partition after backup would lose. Actually, file recovery after system restore is recoverable as long as computer user make use of some proper data recovery application, for instance, Remo Recover wizard.
Why lost file is recoverable after system restore?
On Windows system, data stored on disk is managed by partition. After system recovery, all the partitions will be restored to the way when it is backed up and only the address pointers are removed from the directory structure but file is still on the disk. When system is restored and you realize that some data is lost, just be cool and stop using the computer to hamper overwriting of data into system partition. Find an appropriate recovery tool for recovering lost files after system restore. By employing Remo Recover utility, all the previous data, files can be scanned thoroughly and retrieved.
Tips: When you lose data after system restore, please do not save any new data onto the disk and it will be more effective if you stop using the hard disk.
Reasons for file loss after System Restore
There are plenty of reasons for file loss in the process of system restore including virus attack, the internal fault of HDD, incompatibility issues of system. Data loss is inevitable, despite you take many preventive measures. Good thing to know is, you can get back all your missing files with the aid of Remo Recover software.
Amazing attributes of Remo Recover application:
Step1: Install and run Remo Recover on your computer to recover files after system restore. In the home scree, select Recover Partitions option and select the drive from which you want to restore files. Then click Scan for the scanning process to begin
Figure A: Main Screen
Step2: In the subsequent step, select the partition to recover and click Scan
Figure B: Choose a partition
Step3: A list of all available files are displayed; you can either view these files in File Type View or Data View
Figure C: View Recovered Files
Step4: Now, preview the files for free using the free Preview feature and save them to any suitable location
Figure D: Save Recovered Files