Deleted Photo Recovery with Photo Retrieval 1.70 for PC

Note: Photo Retrieval 1.70 is one of the best deleted photo recovery programs for PC. For Mac users, we recommend Stellar Photo Recovery. Click here to learn more about Stellar Photo Recovery for Mac or PC.

Photo Retrieval 1.70 Software Step By Step Manual

This guide will take you through the deleted photo recovery process step by step, using the Windows software, PhotoRetrieval 1.70. For more information, read the full review or visit the publishers website.

Step 1. Download and install PhotoRetrieval 1.70.

Click the download link below, and begin the installation by running the file. After the program has installed onto your PC, connect your device (camera, memory card, flash drive, etc.) to your pc, and run the software.

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Step 2. Begin the Recovery Wizard.

The recovery wizard will be the first screen you see after opening the program.

After clicking next, you will be asked which drive you wish to recover from. A digital camera memory card can be found under “removable devices”. Choose the correct device and then click next.

Step 3. Choose the file types.

For DSLR users, PhotoRetrieval can recover all advanced RAW format pictures. If you don’t know what type of file system your camera uses, simple first try .jpg – the most common file format. If you choose to check for all file types, that will only slightly increase the scan time.

Step 4. Choose the Pictures to Recover.

The software will automatically scan your chosen drive, and list the found data on the screen as below:

Find the lost photos you would like to recover, highlight them and then click next to begin recovery.

Note: Never Recover the Lost Data to the Same Drive that Your Lost Data was originally located! Please select another drive.

Select a destination folder for your deleted photo recovery recovered data. You can create a folder before you start the software, but do not create the folder in the same drive your lost data is located. If your lost data locates in the E drive, you should select D drive or F drive to be the destination for your recovered data. After the above three steps, the lost data will be recovered to the folder you had created previously.


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