How to Retrieve Deleted JPEG Files from Lenovo IdeaPad?

Sudden deletion of photo files from storage devices is a very common scenario now a day. May be you have also went through this type of problem. After losing all your important JPEG files now you must be thinking what to do. Are those files still recoverable? How to get back those images? Well your answer is right here. So don’t get frustrated. JPEG file retrieval tool is here to recover all image files. It can recover photos from Lenovo Idea pad. Sometimes it can happens like you went for some office trip or you were on vacation. And that time most important thing that you never ever forget to capture each and every moment of your trip. Some people like to recall their memories after so long seeing these pictures. You love to keep these images in your storage devices like hard disk of your computer or memory card etc. But storing these files doesn’t mean you are lifelong tension free. Your photo files are not secured at all. But from now onwards don’t be panic regarding photo files lost.

Lenovo Idea Pad is a new generation laptop. It’s famous for its great multimedia experience. Very often we store all our photo files in computer hard disk which is not safe at all. At any situation we can lose these files by mistake. At the time of transferring image files from your digital camera or from pen drive some problem arrives like restart computer or power failure or by mistake may be you have formatted your memory card. It has the ability to recover images from accidentally formatted memory cards. Sometimes may be you want to delete some selected photo files, but by mistake you have deleted all your images. In such cases you can trust on this photo recovery product. But before using this software just remember one thing. After deletion of photos don’t use your Lenovo IdeaPad for any type of download process or don’t store any new files. This software is enabled to recover JPEG files from Sony Cyber Shotbefore copying images from your cameras to Lenovo Idea Pad. This software is perfectly designed to solve your all kind of problem regarding photo deletion.

For whatever reason your photo files got deleted you can retrieve your image files from your Lenovo Idea Pad easily and quickly. Till now you were thinking deletion of photo files means permanently wiped off of a memory card or hard drive.But it’s simply not true. When you delete an image the space occupied by that image file is not permanently erased from your Lenovo IdeaPad. This image file recovery software will do powerful restoring scanning process for your hard drive of your IdeaPad as well as to retrieve deleted raw photos from Canon DSLR to locate and recover image files.

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Steps to follow for recovering images from Lenovo IdeaPad

Step 1: Go for the trial version of image file recovery, download it and launch it on your Lenovo Idea pad. A welcome window will appear with three options as shown in Figure 1. Select "Recover Photos" option, then "Recover Deleted Photos".

Photo File Recovery - Select Recover Photos

Figure 1: Select Recover Photos

Step 2: Next you will be asked to choose any drive from where you want to recover photos as shown in Figure 2.

Photo File Recovery - Select Recover Photos

Figure 2: Select Drive

Step 3: Now it will continue thorough scanning process. Once the scanning process is finished, list of all recovered image files will be shown as in figure 3.

Photo File Recovery - Select Recover Photos

Figure 3: Recovered Data

Step 4: Select any one of those restored images and preview. If you are happy with the demo version then purchase the full version to save recovered images

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