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Recuva Said File Is Unrecoverable

"A few days ago, I deleted some picture files from my PC to save hard drive space. But later, I found I wrongly choosed some family photos that I needed. Then I tried Recuva to retrieve them back. To my surprise, the program found a lot of recent pictures but a majority of those files were said unrecoverable. Are there other programs available to recover or repair 'unrecoverable' files?"

Is It Possible to Recover or Repair 'Unrecoverable' Files

After disk scanning, Recuva usually lists all the found data and shows you whether a file is recoverable or not. The state of unrecoverable means that all data clusters have been overwritten or the file length is zero. But it doesn't always get it right. In this case, unrecoverable doesn't mean that you can't recover deleted or lost files definitely. So, you can also try another data recovery software to check if it can help to recover or fix the 'unrecoverable' files.

File recovery software from Qiling Software, a company wins a high reputation in data backup and recovery is recommended. Its powerful data recovery capacity from the deep scan feature and the easy-to-use feature from the wizard-like interface will help you recover as many deleted or lost files as possible. Now download the FREE TRIAL version to check if it can help!

How to  Recover Files from 'Unreadable' Error

Step 1. Select file types and click "Next" to start

Launch Deep Data Recovery software. Select file types and click "Next" to start.

Select file types that you want to recover

Step 2. Select a location and start scanning

Choose the partition where you lost data. Then, click "Scan".

select a location to scan

Step 3. Filter and preview files

Use the file format filter on the left or upper right corner to find the files you need. Then, you can click the "Preview" button or double-click a file to preview its content.

Choose files to recover

Step 4. Recover lost data or files

Click the checkbox next to the file and click "Recover" to restore the lost data to a secure place.

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