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Did you just send pictures to your recycle bin by accident? Have you lost any pictures on your computer? Or you have deleted them by mistake? Want to recover these pictures? Then here is the guide to recover deleted pictures from hard drive. Follow the below methods to recover accidentally deleted pictures with different methods.

Method 1  Recover from Recycle Bin

1. Open your Recycle Bin from your desktop.
2. Find the pictures you accidentally deleted.
3. Right click on the pictures and click Restore.

Did it Work? If not, follow the method below:

Method 2 Download a Recovery Program Just Like WiserecoveryPro.

3 Steps to Recover Deleted pictures

Step 1

Download Wiserecovery Software, install and launch it.
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Step 2

Perform a Full Scan. Run the Wiserecovery Software. Click the "Start Scan" button on the main window of Wiserecovery. Select the drive that where the lost pictures shad been stored. Click Scan. The software will quickly scan the selected disk to find all your target pictures.

Step 3

Preview and Recover deleted pictures. Find the pictures you want to restore in the scan result. Select them and click Recover. You can find the recovered pictures in the destination folder. Attention: The destination folder can't be in the same drive as the drive you scanned. It will take about 2-10 minutes to scan, it depends on your disk size and pictures amount on the disk.
 

Tips & Warnings

  • After losing pictures, you must now never ever forget to backup your pictures. Create copies of your major pictures manually or else use automated backup tools to frequently backup your pictures, so you will not have to worry about the data loss
  • No matter whatever recovery tool that you want to use, always make sure that you stop using the device. Than always start the recovery process with a reliable recovery tool.

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