How to rescue deleted videos?

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  1. Everley465

    Everley465 MDL Novice

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    I have safely deleted some external hard drive videos recently. But, a couple of days latter, I just realize that three of these deleted videos are still useful. One of them even is a self-made learning video. So, I just wonder whether I can still re-use these deleted videos. Do you have any idea? How can I get these deleted videos back? Thank you for reading!
     
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    Bingfe452 MDL Novice

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    That’s why one should always prepare a precious data backup in any case. You should also follow that and back up your important stuff well in the future.

    But, now, plunge your drive to your computer and take chances with some data recovery tools to see whether all your deleted videos could be restored completely. Recuva, iCare Data Recovery Free and EaseUS data recovery, etc, can be your choices.

    Remember to scan your drive more times to restore files as many as possible.

    Note: Do not write this drive in case that your deleted videos are overwritten and cannot be used even after data recovery.
    Good luck!
     
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    Grover445 MDL Novice

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    Ok! All right! To get back your deleted videos are not as difficult as you think. What you should do right now is really simple.

    Keep external drive away from any new files.

    Download a drive data recovery tool to take chances like:
    freeware-fix.blogspot.com/2013/02/hard-drive-recovery.html

    And then, save and back up all restored data on another drive or places in case of data loss.

    Note: Never save all important or previous data on only one drive or place again.