How to Recover Photos Lost after System Restore?

If you have lost your precious photos after restoring your system, then straightaway download the free version of My Photo Recovery Software to get them back. This free tool recovers JPEG, PNG, JPG, DNG, GIF, NEF, CR2, CRW, PSD, etc. and allows a free preview of the recovered photos prior to saving. Download and try now for free!!!

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Have you lost all your valuable photos from your computer or laptop after using the System Restore option? Well, then Recover My Photo is an ultimate tool that helps you to get back photos lost after the system restore operation on Windows computers. The advanced data recovery engine integrated into this software applies a deep scan on the computer hard drive to extract the files that got deleted upon system restore.

How and why photos get deleted after system restore?

When you restore your computer then it will re-establish the original settings or we can say it returns the system back to its former state. But usually, opting for the system restore option will not affect those files that are stored into the system before creating the restore point. But the files, folders or any other applications that are stored after creating the restore point get deleted from your computer storage. The case is similar when it comes to iPods, cell phones, digital cameras, etc. when they are reset to their original factory settings. If you don't follow proper procedure whilst performing system restore i.e. without having a proper backup then all your valuable photos on the system drive will be straightaway wiped upon system restore.

My Photo Recovery - Free Software to Recover Pictures Lost after System Restore

Recover My Photo is the smartest tool to undelete pictures erased after the Windows system restore. Once you realize that the precious photos are deleted after system restore operation you should immediately use this photo recovery software. If you continue using the system, there are high chances of recoverable images getting overwritten by new files. The files deleted from the system remain intact to the hard drive storage (but the deleted file space will be marked as free save new data) and if it gets overwritten by adding/saving new data will make the recovery impossible.

Notable features of the Recover My Photos software

  • Compatible with all Windows OS editions
  • This software can get back all type of images, videos, documents, music, ZIP archives, etc. which are lost after system restore
  • It can also restore pictures on Mac-based systems
  • Images like JPEG, JPG, TIFF, PNG, GIF, BMP, IMG, and also RAW images of all digital cameras
  • It can also be used to restore deleted files from the camera, USB drives, SSD, HDD, iPods, external HDD, and so on
  • Provides the option to preview recovered images before restoration
  • Helps to retrieve pictures from the formatted CF card, SD card, SDXC card, SDHC card, MMC card, etc.
  • Using this software, you can recover my photos after factory reset on Windows 10, 8, 7, XP, Vista, within a few mouse clicks. Mac version of this photo recovery software is also available that is compatible with all Mac OS X including the latest macOS High Sierra, and earlier versions too

Check the demo version

You can evaluate the success of photo recovery on your system by downloading the trial version of this software that is available for free. The demo version of this software lets you preview the recovered photos and also save the recovery session. Later, upon purchase, you can resume the picture recovery process by choosing the Open Recovery Session (avoiding drive rescan).

Steps to recover photos after system restore

Step 1: Install the Recover My Photo software on your Windows PC.

Step 2: Choose Recover Photos option from the available options.

Step 3: Locate the storage drive that contained the deleted photos and click on the Scan button.

Main Window

Fig A: Main Window

Step 4: The software continues to search for the deleted and lost images.

Scanning in Progress

Fig B: Scanning in Progress

Step 5: Wait for the scanning process to complete and then check for the restored images under Data View and File Type View panes.

List of Restored Files

Fig C: List of Restored Files

Step 6: Confirm picture recovery by previewing the file items. Then mark the photos that you wish to save.

Preview Recovered Files

Fig D: Preview Recovered Files

Step 7: Set the destination drive location to save the photos regained after system restore. Hit on the Save button.

Saving Recovered Recycle Bin Data

Fig E: Save the Recovered Data

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