How to Recover Lost Photos Using Disk Doctors Photo Recovery Software

Disk Doctors Photo Recovery Software Users Guide

This guide is designed to assist you in using Disk Doctor Photo Recovery software. This software is highly dependable and is recommended by Photo Recovery Review. You can read the full review or visit Disk Doctors’ website for more information. Mac users can download the Mac version of Photo Recovery there as well.

Step 1. Download and Install Disk Doctors Software.

Download the trial version of the software. It is completely free to try and if the software fails in recovering your photos, you won’t have to pay anything. You will only be asked to support the developers and pay for the software if in fact the photos that you want back are completely recovered. When asked, choose to run the program directly after installation.

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Step 2. Choose the recovery mode.

If you think your files were severely damaged from sort of physical damage, you can try the advanced recovery mode. However, for most users deleted or formatted recovery will be fine. If you have accidentally deleted certain pictures, choose deleted recovery mode. If you’re drive was accidentally formatted then choose formatted recovery mode.

Step 3. Scan the drive and select the files to recover.

Depending on the camera you were using, the files could be stored in different directories on the drive. The best thing to do here is to make sure that your memory card is correctly connected to your computer and showing up as a drive in “My Computer.” If your card is correctly connected, then you should see a screen like below once you select the memory card as the drive for recovery.

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 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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