“I had collected plenty of old songs in my computer from long time. Recently while deleting duplicate copy of songs, by mistake I selected entire playlist on my computer and deleted using Shift + Delete keys. At that time I thought that I selected only single music track, but it is not the case. Therefore I lost my favorite music collection from computer. Now I am left with only an option i.e. to type regarding my problem on Google. Please anyone who has gone through the same situation suggests me a proper way to recover deleted songs.”
Don’t Worry! You can restore all your deleted songs from your system using perfect Uneraser Software. By using this software you will also be able to undelete SD card in order to recover deleted files from it.
In the busy schedule of life, people hardly find some free time for themselves. Few are crazy of listening songs during their leisure times. This gives them some relaxation and enjoyment. Generally, in all the events one would collect their favorite songs in their systems or other different storage devices so that, they can listen to that music whenever they want. Hence, each individual gives importance to these audio files. Sometimes, the audio files saved on your system can be deleted by mistake. This incident may leave you in panic state. If this is the case, then use Uneraser tool to recover deleted songs. When you delete files from the computer and empty from the Recycle Bin, they would disappear from your computer. But, their content would not be destroyed immediately. Windows marks files for deletion and removes them from the file system database when you delete them. This doesn’t mean they are immediately gone, and you have no chance to undelete files. If your music appear to be lost, don’t panic! unless the medium on which they are stored has been damaged, there is a good chance that they can be recovered. However, the chances of recovery depend on how many times the system or any other storage device has been overwritten to since the files disappeared. If you filled up your system or storage device with new music then your old songs will have been overwritten. If not, then don’t write to the storage device until all the options for recovering the data have been exhausted.
Let’s see some common scenarios that lead to deletion of songs from your system or any other storage device:
Don’t get upset!!! When you face any of the situations mentioned above, you can use effective Uneraser tool to recover all your deleted songs from your system.This tool is uniquely designed with search algorithms to perform thorough restoration of deleted songs. Apart from songs, it also supports deleted video file recovery (MP3, MP4,WAV, WMA, AVI, MOV, etc.), picture files (JPG, JPEG, PSD, PNG, GIF, TIF, BMP, etc.) from Windows system. This software’s versatile user graphical interface supports you to regain music files without any technical knowledge. It also supports digital picture recovery i.e. to recover deleted or lost pictures from high definition digital cameras. With the help of this software, you can even get back songs from other storage drives like flash memory cards, pen drives, external hard drives etc. This is compatible with all the latest versions of Windows OS. Hence, it is one of the best tools to recover deleted songs from your system.
Steps to Restore Deleted Songs using Uneraser Tool:
Step 1: Download and Install the demo version of the software and Run the software. From the main screen, select “Recover Photos” option and then, from the next window select “Recover Deleted Photos” option among “Recover Deleted Photos” or “Recover Lost Photos” options to restore deleted songs.
Fig A. Select Recover Photos
Step 2: Now, the software scans and displays a list of drives. Choose the particular drive from which you need to recover deleted songs and click on “Next” button.
Fig B. Select Logical Drive
Step 3: Once the scanning process is completed, you can view the recovered music files in two different views i.e. “Data Type View” or “File Type View” using “Preview” option and then “Save” the recovered files to your desired location on computer.
Fig C. Preview Recovered Music Files