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Title: How To Recover/Retrieve Permanently Deleted Files in Your System
Post by: Timi Dapsin on December 18, 2014, 04:44:56 PM
Here is the solution for those who permanently delete their files and after deleting they realize that deleting them is like a blunder.

Follow these steps to get
back your deleted files:


1. Download   http://kickassundelete.sourceforge.net/ (http://kickassundelete.sourceforge/) software.

2. To start searching for the
files, select the drive from
the Left panel of the
Windows and Click the scan
button.

The Scan might take up to 10
seconds.

3.When the files search has
been completed, it will show
you the results with the
name, typ, size and the last modified date of the searched file.

4. Now you can select the file
to be recovered.

Note: Only if the data on that
drive is not re-occupied (or written). That means the
space which was available
after the deletion is not been
occupied after the deletion.

Kickass Undelete is a free, fully featured, file recovery tool for Windows. Accidentally deleted a file? Never fear; the data is probably still on your
drive and may be recoverable. Kickass Undelete finds all of the deleted files on your hard drive, flash drive or SD card and allows you to recover them.
(http://kickassundelete.sourceforge.net/images/screen1.png)

Disclaimer: Undeletion works best if performed as soon as possible after file deletion.
When you delete a file, the
data is not lost - but new files being written to the hard drive may overwrite your data permanently, making recovery impossible.

(http://kickassundelete.sourceforge.net/images/screen2.png)

Features: Free and Open Source Support for both FAT and NTFS file systems Filter by filename and extension Easy-to-use interface Unreasonably large scan button
(http://kickassundelete.sourceforge.net/images/screen4.png)

(http://kickassundelete.sourceforge.net/images/screen5.png)
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