Get music back after restore

“I accidentally restored my system to its original factory state and lost all the saved data from it. I had around 20 GB of music files. Please can anyone help me? Is there any tool to recover music files after system restore?”

In the scenario mentioned above, the loss is very high and it will be a very tiring job to collect those files once again. So, what should be done in this situation? First of all, keep your system aside, don’t delete or save any new data onto it. This will ensure that the music files are not overwritten by some new data and they remain in the recoverable state.

Note – Files once overwritten cannot be recovered.

Until the files are not overwritten, recovery is possible. This is because when a file gets deleted, only the pointers responsible for its execution are removed and not the original file. This is why the user thinks that the deletion is permanent. To recover music after restore you need to use efficient data recovery software like MP3 recovery tool. This tool can easily recover music files after system restore using its powerful scanning engine. If you have restored your iPod Nano to its original factory settings then read here to bring back lost music from iPod Nano.

What does system restore mean and why is it performed?

What?

Restoring a system means to take it to a previous working state or to its original factory settings. When you restore your system, all the data saved, applications installed and customized settings will be gone. Restoring to factory settings means to make the system as anew. It will be same like when you first purchased it. But all the data that you have gathered from that day will be gone.

Why?

If all the data will be deleted then why is it performed? There are mainly two reasons for this – first, there might be a serious virus infection or problem and you were forced to perform the restoration to avoid that. Secondly, if you were planning to sell off your PC then you may restore it to the original factory settings. But this is a misconception that you one cannot recover music after restore, or any other kind of data. Actually even after system restore, the files are not gone, as discussed above.

The MP3 recovery tool is the perfect solution to get music back after restore of the system. It can also recover videos, pictures, documents and many other types of files, without any difficulty. There are more than 300 file formats that this utility supports to recover. Using this incredible tool you can recover lost MP3 files after Windows reinstallation easily. The software has many unique features, using which the recovery process can be customized. These are like Signature Search (to restore only a particular type of file), Find Tool (to find files from the recovered data list), Create Disk Image (to save the disk image and perform recovery at a later point of time), Save Recovery Session (to avoid rescanning after buying the full version) & Preview (to evaluate tool’s performance in the demo state). To get music back after restore, make use of the demo version of the tool and try it for recovery.

Steps to recover music files after system restore –

Step 1 – Select “Recover Photos” option from the main screen to recover music after restore.

Recover Music Files after System Restore - Main Window

Figure 1 : Home Screen

Step 2 – Then select either “Recover Deleted Photos” or “Recover Lost Photos” option.

Recover Music Files after System Restore - Recovery Mode Selection Window

Figure 2 : Select Either Lost / Deleted Recovery Mode

Step 3 – Now choose the affected drive.

Recover Music Files after System Restore - Drive Selection Window

Figure 3 : Select the Affected Drive to Recover Data

Step 4 – After scanning the selected drive, the tool displays a list of recovered music files. Preview the files. Save them after buying the full version.

Recover Music Files after System Restore - Previewing Window

Figure 4 : File Save Window

 

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