Photo Recovery Software

Free Tool to Recover Deleted & Lost Photos from Hard Drive

Have you lost your precious photos from hard disk drive? Want to restore them back? Then, straightaway download the free version of Digital Photo Recovery Software on your Windows/Mac and preview the recovered photo files for free even before activating the complete license key of the software. Download and try now for free!!!


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Digital Photo Recovery




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Photos are memories of your wonderful moments that you never want to lose. But sometimes you happen to lose your precious memories in the form of digital photos stored in the hard disk of your computer due to some human or technical error like accidental deletion, formatting, virus attack, corruption errors etc. If you have also lost your valuable photos stored on your hard drive there is no need to worry. Photos deleted from external as well as internal hard drive can be recovered with the help of recovery software unless the storage media is not physically damaged and the photos are not permanently lost. There can be a number of reasons of losing your valuable photos.

Circumstances wherein Photos get deleted/lost from hard disk drive:

  • Accidental Deletion: This may happen while deleting some unwanted files from hard drive. You may delete your precious photos by mistake from your computer while deleting some other useless files using SHIFT+DELETE key combination resulting in deletion of photos.
  • Unintentional formatting: You may format the wrong drive by choosing a wrong drive letter by mistake resulting in deletion of all the photos stored in that drive.
  • File system corruption: File system stores the information related to the location and size of files. If the file system is infected by some harmful malware or virus then it results in corruption and loss of pictures files stored in the hard drive. Go through this link to know more about recovery of images from corrupted memory stick
  • Loss of photos due to hard disk crash: Hard disk of your system may crash due to various features like sudden power failure, mishandling, virus attack or scratches resulting in loss of photos from it.
  • Virus Infection: Virus from some external source like internet or some external storage device may penetrate into the hard drive of your system. Due to virus attack the photo files stored on the hard drive become corrupted and result in inaccessibility.

In order to prevent loss of photos from hard drive you should keep the backup of all photos in some other storage media and restore them back in case if any of the above stated data loss situations occurs. Try to avoid using your computer before recovery as it may cause overwriting of photo files. Always use an updated anti-virus program to protect your photos stored in hard disk from harmful virus and malware. In case photos are lost due to any of the human or logical errors it is possible to recover them by using some recovery software. But before choosing the recovery software first make sure that recovery software is reliable and it does not writes the original photo files while recovering as it may result in permanent loss if the recovery process fails.

NOTE: As soon as the photos are deleted/lost from your hard disk drive, immediately stop using the drive to avoid overwriting of the photo files. If the memory space on the hard drive that ws occupied by the photos that are recently deleted/lost, are replaced with the new files, then it's not possible to recovet those lost/deleted photos from hard drive. So, stop using the drive and utilize the free Photo Recovery Softwate to restore those photos back.

Free Photo Recovery Tool to Recover Deleted/Lost Photks from hard Drive

Digital Image recovery is the one of the best recovery software, which can easily recover photos from hard drive. With the help of this software, you can recover lost as well as deleted photos from hard drive within simple mouse clicks. Physical damages like bad sectors on a hard drive appear due to ageing. The software can also recover photos stored in the bad sectors by creating a disk image of the files to bypasses the bad sectors. Sometimes emptying the recycle bin carelessly also results in loss of photo files from hard drive. With the help of this utility you can easily restore photos from Recycle Bin. Read More. This software can also be used to perform image recovery from memory card, SD, XD, CF card, flash drives etc. You can download and install the trial version of this software to evaluate the recovery process. It works perfectly to recover pictures from Mac & Windoes OS (Compatible with the latest Windows 10, macOS High Sierra, and their earlier versions too).


Steps to Recover Photos from Hard Drive


Step 1: Download and install the Digital Image Recovery. Run the application by double clicking the desktop shortcut icon or selecting it from the Programs Menu. A main window appears, from which you need to select the "Recover Photos" option as shown in Figure 1


Recover Photos from Hard Drive - Main Screen

Figure 1. Main Window


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Step 2: From the next window you find two options i.e., "Recover Deleted Photos" and "Recover Lost Photos". Select suitable option as per the situation to recover pictures from hard drive as shown in Figure 2


Recover Photos from Hard Drive - Recover Deleted / Lost Photos

Figure 2: Select Recover Deleted / Lost Photos

Step 3: Select the hard disk drive, which is displayed as a logical drive to recover digital photos alongwith videos and music files and click on "Next" option as shown in Figure 3


Recover Photos from Hard Drive - Select Hard Drive

Figure 3. Select Hard Drive


Step 4: You can even preview the recovered pictures by using the "Preview" option, which helps you to evaluate the capability of the software as shown in Figure 4

Recover Photos from Hard Drive - Preview Pictures

Figure 4. Preview Pictures


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