Recover Deleted WAV Files


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Restoring Deleted WAV Files


I had a collection of my favorite music stored over five years on my computer. The music folder contained many selected and purchased songs in .wav format. I choose to use this file format over other popular audio file format such as .mp3 for my music collection as this is the only format which has the highest audio quality. Songs in WAV format really pumped up by home theatre system. But recently, while manually cleaning up junk files, I accidentally deleted my music folder. The size of that music folder was approximately over 8 GB, which was way too big for the Recycle Bin and hence it bypassed it. The folder was permanently deleted. What a blunder! I lost my favorite collection of songs within seconds. Is there any possibility to recover deleted wav files? If yes, how can I recover them and what software do I use? Please help.

In Windows operating systems, it is designed for Recycle Bin to store deleted contents up to its allotted capacity. And once the space allotted to the Recycle Bin gets full, the previously deleted contents gets replaced with newly deleted contents. The process goes on this way. But, if the deleted file or folder is bigger than the space allotted for the Recycle Bin, the system automatically deletes that data directly without moving it to the Recycle Bin. However, this command is prompted with the user before performing the delete action. Nevertheless, in this case, you can recover deleted WAV files if you act quickly and wisely. Read on to know how to recover deleted WAV files successfully and which is the appropriate file recovery tool you should be using. But before that, let’s get to know some details before proceeding with recovering deleted WAV files.

A WAV file- short for Waveform Audio File Format is an audio file format invented by Microsoft. These files are lossless and uncompressed high quality music files. WAV file formats are widely used where high quality audio output is required such as for DVD, HQ speaker systems, concerts and so on. WAV or any other file format, all deleted files can be rescued by using the reliable and trusted software called Remo Recover.

Recovering deleted WAV files using Remo Recover:

Remo Recover for Windows is a powerful and reliable media recovery software that enables you to effectively retrieve deleted WAV files on all major versions of Windows operating systems. Apart from recovering deleted WAV files, this tool can recover deleted or lost all media files such as MP3, WMA, WAV, etc. There are many benefits of using Remo Recover application to perform deleted WAV file recovery, few of which are mentioned below:

Features of Remo Recover software:

  • Powerful data restore mechanism that lets you rescue files from hard disk drive partitions such as RAID 0, RAID 1, RAID 5 arrays
  • Easily undelete all files and folders which were permanently removed from Recycle Bin folder
  • A clean and hassle free user interface that allows you to view all retrieved files before restoring them to any desired location
  • Retrieve deleted or lost files from all Windows supported storage devices such as from external disk drives, memory cards, pen drives and so on from a Windows computer
  • Easily rescue large sized files and even particular types of files such as WAV only

Steps to undelete WAV files on Windows computer using Remo Recover utility:

Step 1: Download and install Remo Recovery software on your computer. Start the application and in the main screen, you will find 2 options; Recover Files and Recover Partitions. Please select Recover Files and select the drive from which you would like to recover deleted ‘Wav’ files and click Scan

Recovering Deleted WAV Files - Main Screen

Figure 1: Main Screen

Step 2: Remo Recover now scans the selected drive and lists all the found files. File Type View option may be helpful if you want to see files sorted by file type, making it easy to identify wav files

Restoring Deleted WAV Files - View Recovered Files

Figure 2: View Recovered Files

Step 3: Now preview the recovered files for free by double clicking on them and save to a desired location

Restore Deleted WAV Files - Save Recovered Files

Figure 3: Save Recovered Files

 

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