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No matter your files are lost due to emptied from Recycle Bin, or because of software crash, formatted or damaged hard drive, virus attack, lost partition and other unknown reasons, they are still recoverable by using proper file recovery software like WiseRecovery. In this article, you may see how easy it is to restore erased files with WiseRecovery.

WiseRecovery can retrieve all of files for you without any difficulty. The recovery is complete and effective. It can recover all lost data including documents, emails, photos, videos, audio files and so on. The program proves as an easy-to-use and convenient utility for the users who lose their important files to any system crash, hardware failure, malware attack, or a case of accidental file deletion. The program will not compromise the visual quality and can help you preview and recover any of your deleted, lost or inaccessible video files.

The video file formats supported by WiseRecovery include AVI, MP4, MPEG, 3GP, AVCHD Video File (MTS), Matroska Video File (MKV), MOI Video File, Divx Encoded Movie File (DIVX), Video Object File (VOB), OGG Media Player (OGM), ASX, 3G2. Audio file formats supported by the program include MP3, WMA, WAV, RPS, AU, MIDI, AIFF, OGG, RM, RA, M4P and M4A. Besides, it can help you recover your songs, karaoke, music compositions or any other lost audio file.

How can I restore erased files with WiseRecovery?

Step 1

Download WiseRecovery, install it and launch it. Click the "Start Scan" button on the main window of it.
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Step 2

Select the exact drive and click the "Next" button to start scanning. If you can't see the drive, please make sure your external drives are connected, and click "Refresh" button.
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Step 3

It will take about 2-10 minutes to scan, it depends on your disk size and files amount on the disk. After scanning is finished, you can preview text document and picture files.
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