How to Recover Deleted Files From the Recycle Bin in Windows OS

Introduction: How to Recover Deleted Files From the Recycle Bin in Windows OS

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Step 1:

1. Download Pandora File Recovery

Step 2:

2.Run and Install Pandora Recovery Setup.

Step 3:

Step 4:

3.Follow the Pandora Recovery Wizard for first time use.

Step 5:

     3a. Use the wizard to find the deleted file in the recycle bin and follow the instruction to restore it in the recycle bin

Step 6:

Step 7:

     3b. If not found in the recycle bin, it asks the user where was the file was last seen.(Default is Drive C:)

Step 8:

          3b-1. Choose an option what best suits your search type for

Step 9:

          3b-2. Select file type to be searched for and choose which disk drive to search in. Press "Start Disk Surface Scan"

Step 10:

           3b-3. When desired file is found, right click and "recover to".

Step 11:

          3b-4. Choose a desired location to where it will be restored to, then click "Restore Now". (Preferably save it into
                different drive to where it was originally saved.)

Step 12:

          3b-5. A popup window will appear once it restores successfully.

Step 13:

          3b-6. After pressing close in the pop up window, the location where the file was restored to will pop out and you can check
                   the file restored.

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    3 Discussions


    10 days ago

    Very helpful tips,
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    Thanks for your info


    8 years ago on Step 13

    bit pointless when the program gives you step by step guide's


    8 years ago on Introduction

    Will not installing a piece of software after deleting files cause the files to be over-written by that piece of software?

    I believe both downloading and installing software like this on a flash-drive would be best to avoid this.