How to Use Any Data Recovery Pro
Any Data Recovery Pro is so excellent that it not only recovers lost data from removable media such as external hard drive, USB drive, flash drive and CF card, but also from Windows and Linux system. And the lost data covers pictures, music, videos, documents and more.
Download this software and install it on Windows computer. Then double-click the icon to launch it.
Note: Don't install the program to the same partition where the lost data located. And if the lost data stored on removable media, you can connect it to PC to check if they are recoverable. If it can be detected by PC, then congrats! You can proceed with the following step-by-step guide.
If the files are seriously damaged and you can't recover them with deleted recovery and format recovery. "Raw recovery" is available for you. Any Data Recovery Pro can scan more deeply and increase recovery rate. It supports all popular file signatures and three file systems (Windows, Mac, Linux). Small files stored in one cluster or larger files stored in consecutive clusters will be immediately found and recovered with it.
Follow the tutorials below to learn how to recover severely damaged files.
- Step 1. In the main interface, select "Raw Recovery", and choose a partition. Before scanning, choose to recover all the files on this partition or just the deleted one. The latter saves your time. And then click "Scan" to start scanning.
Tips: Any Data Recovery Pro supports FAT12, FAT16, FAT32, NTFS, HFS, HFS+, EXT2, EXT3, EXT 4 file system.
- Step 2. After scanning, the files are listed by file type. Preview photos and music files in original quality before recovery. Then select the files you would like to recover, and click "Recover" to start recovery.
Pause & Continue: During the recovery process, you can check files at the same time. If the files you need have been scanned, you can click "Pause" to recover them first. Then click "Continue" or "Stop" for the next operation.
Stop & Save the scanning result: When you stop the scanning, you can save the current scanning results for resume recovery at a later time. It is saved in a file with a .res suffix.
Filter: You can filter your lost files in the scanning result by searching the file name.
- Step 3. Select a path for the recovered files, Click "OK" to complete recovery.
Note: please do not save the data to the partition where your lost data located.