File Undelete - Usage

WinUtilities Undelete
 

After installing WinUtilities, you can select its shortcut in the WinUtilities -> File Tools pane to open this module.

If you want to recover files that are already lost, and you want to avoid installing WinUtilities to prevent any danger of data loss, follow the instructions:

1. Install WinUtilities on another computer.
2. Locate to WinUtilities installation folder, and then copy ToolUndelete.exe file and DLL directory to your USB disk drive.
3. Install your USB disk drive on your target computer.
4. Use regsvr32.exe to register dll files under DLL directory.
5. Run the ToolUndelete.exe on your target computer.

The file ToolUndelete.exe includes Unicode support, and can display filenames and recover files with filenames in languages other than English.

USAGE

Opening WinUtilities Undelete

After installing WinUtilities, you can select its shortcut in the WinUtilities -> File Tools -> WinUtilities Undelete to open this module.

Scanning for deleted files

In the main application window, click on the volume you would like to scan from the Volumes list on the left. The scan will begin automatically.

Browsing and searching inside the scan results

After completing the deleted files scan, the deleted files are displayed in an explorer-like interface, with the folders on the right pane and the files and folders on the left pane. files are organized in folders according to the original parent, or according to the file type.

You also can select '{All Deleted Files}' folder under a volume to show all the deleted files on this volume, and then select files from right pane for recovering.

To recover Recycle-bin deleted files, please select 'Recycle-bin' folder under a volume.

Recovering deleted files

During scanning, WinUtilities Undelete calculates the chances of successfully recovering a file according to the amount of clusters from the original files that were overwritten by new files. If none of the clusters were overwritten, the file condition is marked as Good; if some clusters were overwritten, the file condition is marked as Poor. If an error was encountered reading a file record, the file condition is marked Unrecoverable.

To recover deleted files or folders:

1. Select one or more files or folders in the right pane.
2. Select Restore...­ or Copy to... from the right-click context-menu.
3. Select the destination folder to place the recovered files in. To minimize risk of data loss, and prevent the newly created files from overwriting the data you are trying to recover, make sure you select a destination folder on a different physical device, or at the very least on a different volume.
4. Click on OK to recover the files or folders to the selected location.

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