How to Effectively Recover Deleted Photos from Hard Disk Free
4 free ways on how to recover deleted photos from hard disk are displayed in the post, and you can choose the method depending on specific circumstance.
Can I recover deleted photos from my hard disk?
Help me to recover hard disk photos
Yesterday I accidentally deleted the photos on my hard drive, which stores my precious memories of recent years. I’m so anxious, and can I restore my photos?
While using the computer, file deletion is unavoidable. If you also encounter the situation above, don’t panic, whether your photos are deleted accidentally or intentionally, there are ways to help you retrieve them.
Recover deleted hard disk photos with 3 simple steps
First, I want to show you a convenient and professional recovery software, MyRecover. This tool is available for Windows 7 or later, and can restore data from hard drives, SD cards, USB flash drives, and other different storage devices.
If you think this software is difficult to operate, you are wrong. It provides users with a graphical interface, so users can restore files with few mouse clicks. To better understand the software, you can refer to the list below.
★ It applies to different scenarios, like permanent deletion, disk formatting, system crash, and so forth.
★ This tool can recover a number of files in a short time.
★ Various files can be recovered, like PPT, Word, Excel, Photos, Videos, Audios, Zip files and etc.
★ It combines 2 scanning modes, Quick scan & Deep scan, which can automatically scan out all deleted files.
★ It can restore the files’ names, formats, and paths.
Tap the button below to download and install this freeware, and the operation of how to recover permanently deleted photos from hard disk with 3 steps are also displayed below.
Step 1. Open MyRecover on your PC, choose the drive where your file was saved and click Start Scan.
Step 2. It will automatically find deleted pictures on hard drives with Quick Scan & Deep Scan.
Step 3. Choose a path to store the files, and then click Recover x files to start the recovery task.
Recover deleted photos from hard disk without software
There are 3 methods to recover deleted photos from hard disk without software. However, not every method is right for your circumstance, you can choose one that matches your situation.
Method 1. Check your Recycle Bin
When you delete your photos on hard disk, you should check your Recycle Bin for the first time because Recycle Bin is a folder that temporarily stores the deleted files.
- It just can recover files deleted by clicking Ctrl + D, if you delete files by using Shift +D or empty Recycle Bin, you should switch to other methods.
- If the deleted files are too large, they may be bypassed in the Recycle Bin.
Step 1. Open your Recycle Bin on the desktop, and find your target file.
Step 2. Right-click the target file and click Restore.
Method 2. Restore deleted photos on hard disk from File History
File History is Windows built-in feature, which allows you to automatically back up your data. It’s worth having a try. You must enable it before deleting photos.
Step 1. Launch the Control Panel, and click the System and Security.
Step 2. Click File History and tap Restore your files with File History.
Step 3. Find and right-click the Restore personal files on the left list.
Step 4. The deleted file will appear on your interface and then click the Restore.
Method 3. Recover hard disk photos from Backup and Restore
Backup and Restore is an outstanding Windows backup tool, and it can help you to backup systems and data. The recovery process shows below.
Step 1. Launch the Windows menu and choose Control Panel > Click System and Security > Backup and Restore (Windows 7).
Step 2. Click on the Restore my files button on this page.
There are 4 ways to recover deleted photos from hard disk with and without software. The file recovery software is indeed useful, but you can’t ignore protecting your data safety. I strongly introduce another AOMEI product to you, AOMEI Backupper. It’s a professional free backup tool and allows you to automatically back up your data daily/weekly/monthly.