Approach to Restore Deleted Folders from External Hard Drive
External hard drive benefits us a lot for saving our favorite movies, eBooks, music, photos and other personal information. But we could probably lose data on the drive from accidentally deleting, which causes a big heartbreaking. When you want to delete one file but accidentally delete the whole folder. You can turn to the recycle bin in time to find the deleted folder. However, when you quickly pressed "Shift+Del" or empty the Trash, you need to use third-party software to get back the deleted folder.
How to Recover Deleted Folder?
To recover deleted folder from external hard drive, you should use iPubsoft Data Recovery or Data Recovery for Mac to perform the folder recovery with high quality and security. No special tech-skill needed, you can effortlessly recover your deleted folders quickly and efficiently. Just select to download the right version according to your computer to have a try! Follow the guide below to start the folder recovery task. Mac users can do the same with the Data Recovery for Mac.
Note: DO NOT install the data recovery software on the same partition where you lost your folders.
Step 1: Choose the location where you deleted folders
Connect your external hard drive, from which you want to recover deleted folders, to the computer. Launch the installed data recovery and You will see there are 4 recovery modes are provided. You can choose the right mode you need and click "Next".
Step 2: Scan for deleted folders
Click the target drive letter and click the "Scan" button to let the program scan for the deleted folders. After the scan, all scanned out files and folders on the hard drive will be displayed. You can preview and find the folder that you want to recover.
Step 3: Start to recover deleted folders
Mark the folder that you need and click the button of "Recover" to begin to recover deleted folders from the external hard drive. Save the recovered folder to another partition on your computer.
Please note never save the recovered files to the space where you lost your files previously to prevent the data from being overwritten by other.