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How to Recover Deleted Files From Hard Drives and USB drives

Did you accidentally delete photos, videos, MP3s or an important document from your computer or USB flash drive? The ‘Easeus Data Recovery Wizard’ free edition lets you quickly and easily recovers deleted files from your hard drives, USB drives or flash drives. The application is reliable, and the wizard like interface makes anyone to use this tool easily.
There are several reasons for losing data from your computer and USB drive such as accidental deletion, drive format, software crash, partition loss, virus infection, etc. With ‘Easeus Data Recovery Wizard’, you can easily recover your lost file. Here is how to use the application to recover data from computer and USB flash drive.

Download and install the application from source. After installation run it and select your option, for example select ‘Deleted File Recover’ for recovering accidentally deleted file. If your files are lost due to formatting the hard drive or virus attack, select ‘Complete Recover’ option or if the file is lost due to deleted partition select ‘Partition recovery’.

 After selecting your option, choose the file type (media, graphic, document, etc.) you want to revolver from the next screen and click next. You can see the list of all volumes found on your computer, select the exact drive and press the "NEXT" button to search.

Data Recovery Wizard will read file system on selected volume and search the files. This step may take some time depending on the size of disk space. You have to wait until scanning is finished.

After this scanning is finished, you will see file/folder tree. Use the "File Preview" option to check the quality of your recovered data.

Important: Please note that saving file(s) to the partition or drive where you are recovering data may result in overwriting data and permanent data loss.

The Easeus Data Recovery Wizard is available for Windows and Mac. You can free download data recovery software from Easeus .


  1. Thanks a lot for sharing information about other products. Unfortunately, while scanning hard drive and USB drive unable to preview the restored data. To get over such problems, use Remo Recover tool to recover deleted files from hard drive and USB drive.


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