Select files in any view mentioned above using cursor selection (Use Shift or Ctrl keys for mutli-selection).
Open File recovery dialog
After files are selected in a view, click Recover button in view's toolbar or use Recover command from context menu or use Ctrl+R shortcut.
Confirm recovery location
By default File recovery dialog appears in simplified form - in most of the cases default recovery settings are sufficient for file recovery. However, to use advanced options click More Recovery Options button.
Enter destination path where file will be recovered and click Recover button.
Use original file names
Names of detected files will be preserved only if no file with the same name already
exists in the destination directory.
All files will be renamed by their given specified file root name and added enumeration
ID. File extensions remain intact.
Existing files conflict resolution
Unique file name
If a file with the same name exists in the destination folder, a file with a
unique name will be generated to avoid overwriting.
Ask before overwrite
If a file with the same name already exists in the destination folder, the
application will ask the user for a specific action to take.
Overwrite without prompt
All files will be overwritten in the event if they already exist in the
Skip existing files
If a file with the same name exists in the destination folder, recovery of a new
file will be skipped.
Create Folder Structure
When this option is selected files will be recovered with their original folder
structures e.g. original folder hierarchy as it was on the storage source. In case
files were organized in groups (date, file extensions, or by an associated
application) then such groupings will be created by the folder structure in the
location where the files will be recovered to.
Recover Name Streams
With this option on, files will be recovered with their original name
Browse destination folder
Opens the destination folder in the default OS file browser.
With this option on, the log file contains more detailed information about
Use Disk Lock
The source disk will be locked during the file recovery process. It will be
unlocked as soon as the process is completed.
Ignore Disk Lock Errors
With this option on, the file recovery process will continue even if locking of
the source device fails.
Ignore Write Errors
No error messages will appear and all write errors will be ignored during the
Ignore Read Errors
No error messages will appear and all read errors will be ignored during the
Observe recovery process
Observe recovery process and verify recovered files in destination folder. Repeat
recovery process if necessary.