Recover Deleted MPEG Files

How to undelete MPEG files…?

MPEG stands for Moving Picture Experts Group, is the standard format for video and audio files compression and transmission, which was formed by ISO & IEC. MPEG is mainly used to compress data to form small bits, which are easily transmitted and later compressed.

Now a days, MPEG format audio and video is most commonly used files for transferring file via internet. MPEG format is also used by large numbers of users to view videos and listen audios in their system. MPEG audio files are commonly referred as MP3 files, which is one of the standard file extension for audio files.

Sometime, it happens that users delete the MPEG files from their system accidentally and suffer from data loss, later they think to recover deleted MPEG files from system. But let us go through the possibilities of MPEG files deletion from user system.

Reasons for MPEG file deletion:

Accidental deletion: Most of users perform multitasks on their system, as Windows OS supports multitasking. During this task, number of users mistakenly delete the MPEG files from the system.

Virus attack: Many a times, users use antivirus to protect their data against virus attack. But still some of antivirus software cannot protect data from infection, in such cases the MPEG files which are infected by virus might get delete from the system.

Third party tools: Sometimes, user uses third party tools to download MPEG files from internet, and later they will uninstall it, during this process the third party tool might delete the downloaded MPEG files from the system.

Deleting files with same name: At times, users save same files in different locations on their system, later they search the file with file name and delete it, thinking both copies present in same location. But unfortunately, they had deleted files from all the location present on the system.

Operating System crash: Due to various reasons like sudden power failure, boot failure, etc. The OS get crashed, results in MPEG files deletion.

Now what is the solution for all the above situations…? Is it possible for user to recover deleted MPEG files from the Windows Operating System? If so, then what they have to do to get back deleted MPEG files from their system?

Here is the simple way, which user have can follow to rescue deleted MPEG files:

Yes, with the use of Remo Deleted Video Recovery software, user can easily restore deleted MPEG files from their system without any trouble. This fabulous recovery tool is capable to retrieve deleted MPEG files from latest versions of Windows Operating System like Windows Vista, Windows 7, Windows 8 etc.

Other features of Remo Recover:

  • It is very simple to use the software
  • It supports deleted, missing, and corrupted MPEG files recovery
  • Recovers MPEG files from FAT 16, FAT 32, NTFS, and NTFS5 file systems
  • Does not affect the original file during the recovery process
  • User can preview the recovered files
  • It allows user to save the recovery session

Steps to recover deleted MPEG files:

Step 1: Download and install Remo Recover Windows demo version. Launch the software and select "Recover Files" option from the main window. Then, a list of available logical drives are displayed, choose the appropriate one from where you want to recover deleted MPEG files and click "Scan" button

Bring Back Deleted MPEG Files - Home Screen

Figure 1: Home Screen

Step 2: Now the tool begins the recovery process by scanning the selected drive. Upon the completion of scanning and recovery process, you can see a list of recovered files in "Data View", and "File Type View"

Rescue Deleted MPEG Files - Recovered Data View

Figure 2: Recovered Data View

Step 3: Now, have a preview of the recovered files through its "Preview" option and evaluate the recovery results before saving the files

Undelete MPEG Files - Preview Recovered Files

Figure 3: Preview Recovered Files

Step 4: If you are satisfied with the tool now, then purchase the license of the tool and Select the required MPEG files and save to destination drive.

Retrieve Deleted MPEG Files - Save Recovered Files

Figure 4: Save Recovered Files