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12-24-2011 01:08 AM
Have you checked the Recycle bin (Right click the Rycle bin, click Open). Hope they are still there and you can use Ctrl+A and Restore them. Otherwise you have to use other way, I can't find any free software to help you.
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12-29-2011 08:43 PM
Hey, even if you have permanently deleted your photos and those are not in recycle bin still no need to worry as you can stll recover your photos but make sure to stop capturing or saving any more photos untill you retrieve your deleted photos.
Download the free version of below mentioned tested software and install it on your system
After that just follow the instructions and you will get the preview of all recoverable photos.
If you are satisfy with preview of the deleted photos then go for full version of the software and restore your photos.
Hope it will help you.
03-18-2012 11:37 PM
Even though the files bypass the Recycle Bin, they are not permanently deleted; only the allocation information of files gets deleted making the files inaccessible. Actually, they are still present on the hard drive until they are overwritten by new data.
Therefore, while deleting you need to recheck that the file you want to delete is important to you or not. If you don’t want the file to bypass the Recycle Bin then you need to disable the “delete command that bypass recycle bin” option. You need to take backup of essential data because, if you didn’t find your deleted file in Recycle Bin then you can easily restore it back from backup file.
If you don’t have backup then no need to worry because, Windows file recovery software helps you to recover photos from recycle bin on Windows OS until and unless the data has not been overwritten. So, do not save or copy any new files onto the drive from where you have accidentally deleted the files. FAT16 and FAT32 are the different types of file systems supported by this software.You can even download the free trial version of the recovery tool and evaluate the recovery results.
04-22-2012 12:15 PM
This is correct. There are tons of softwares out there that can do this. But it is never a guarrantee. I say 75% you can receover them.
It is best not to save or right anything on the HDD when trying to recover this.
11-25-2012 06:53 PM
Yes, unless the disk has been physically damaged there are ways to work backwards and recover the photos
Check out http://www.any-data-recovery.com/topics/photo/retr
04-28-2013 10:04 PM
Check your recyle bin first. If it is not there, don't worry at all. Even after a data such as your photos get deleted from the recycle bin, the hard drive retains them until and unless you save some other data onto it. this process totally overwrites the previous data, hence do not save anything.
There are many third party utilities out there that can help you restore your pictures from recycle bin in Windows 7, Vista, XP or other versions. One program that I would personally suggest you is Stellar photo recovery that is really good and cost effective as well.
You can refer here for more information and getting the software: http://www.picturerecovery-software.com/picture-re