ISO file is an image file which is an exact replica of the drive / partition. Suppose your system starts showing signs of getting crashed, or the hard drive is going to fail, then you create a disk image of the drive which contains all data stored in it. However, there are times when this ISO file may get deleted or go missing. You can’t even imagine losing so many important files and folders, right?
Don’t worry, it is possible to get back deleted or lost ISO file. Remo Recover software comes to your rescue to restore ISO file. Whatever may be the reason for losing ISO file from your system, but Remo Recover tool will restore it in an efficient manner. Before moving on to the software, let’s see few instances of ISO file getting deleted / lost:
When ISO file gets deleted or goes missing from the computer, then make sure to stop using the drive or system. Do not try to perform read / write operation in the drive from which .iso file was deleted or lost. Also, don’t perform formatting or reformatting of the hard drive under such a situation. Else you risk losing ISO image file permanently.
Remo Recover software will get back ISO file that is missing or deleted in just a short span of time. The tool scans the entire hard drive with its advanced scanning algorithms to find and restore ISO file. It recovers ISO, IMG, and BIN image files. The application is compatible with all Windows OS versions, including the latest Windows 10.
Step 1: Download and install Remo Recover software on your computer. Then run the application and wait for the main screen to appear.
Figure 1: Home Screen
Step 2: Select Recover Files option and choose the drive from which you would like to recover ISO files. Then click Scan for the software to begin the scanning process
Figure 2: Scanning progress
Step 3: After the scan is complete, all found files are listed in 2 types of views; namely File Type View and Data View. File Type View is useful when you want the software to list recovered files based on file types. In this case, it may be easier for you to look for ‘ISO’ files specifically
Figure 3: View Recovered Files
Step 4:Then preview the files for free and save to any desired destination
Figure 4: Save Recovered Files