"Okay, so my computer decided one day that it would no longer like to do anything anymore. I exhausted all other options, and decided to do a complete system restore, without thinking, this deleted all of the tax data from Quickbooks software. Is there any way that this could be restored? No it was not backed up either."
- From Garrett G on Yahoo Answer
System restore is a component Windows operating system that allows for the rolling back of system files, installed programs and other previous data in the event of system malfunction or failure. After system restore, all your media files, music files and documents are missing or hidden. If you happened to have no backup, it holds risks of losing them. However, this is not the end of the world after the disaster strikes. There are ways to recover files after system restore with third party data restore tool.
After system restore, when checking partition volume, you will be annoyed to find that the hard drive has taken the same amount of storage space is being used which means all the files should be still in the hard drive, or else there should be more empty space. As a true of fact, the files are there, and you can retrieve them. Data Recovery and Data Recovery for Mac hold the strong data recovery capacity that can restore lost files effectively separately in Windows and Mac. They are 100% safe. Never do any damage to the original data.
Download Data Recovery and install it on PC, run the program. Select the types of files you are to restore and click on Next to proceed. Then check the location where you have lost files and click "Scan" to begin with recovery.
Check files to preview. After indentifying which data to be recovered, check them and click "Recover" button in the bottom of the window.
Here goes to the last step. Select a safe path for the recovered files. You are advised to save the files to other storage devices like USB, pen drive, memory card, etc.
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