Recover Deleted JPG Files


JPG is the most commonly used digital photo file format to store pictures in most of the digital devices like laptops, mobiles, PC etc. JPG file format is a standard technique of compressing high resolution photographic images to reduce their size. It is a used to store and transfer image files over World Wide Web. There are so many advantages for .jpg photo file format including that it takes less space to store more data. They are also easy and convenient to transfer over internet. However, there are situations where you experience loss of your jpg files due to some human or technical errors like hard disk crash or accidental removal of JPG files off your computer by emptying Windows Recycle Bin or Mac Trash. It is possible to lose your JPG files due to many reasons but “Is there any way to recover deleted jpg files?”
 Yes, deleted data recovery is one of the best software to restore all your JPG files deleted due to various reasons like accidental deletion, inadvertent formatting, file system corruption etc. It can efficiently retrieve JPG files from various digital devices with ease.

Let’s have a look at various reasons behind of JPG files deletion:

  • Human Errors: Accidental deletion or formatting of hard drive is the first and the foremost reason resulting in JPG file deletion. You may mistakenly delete some of your important JPG file by considering them duplicate sets and then empty the recycle bin or trash in an attempt of clearing more space. Or you may inadvertently format a hard drive partition or volume containing JPG files by choosing a wrong drive letter while formatting some other drive or volume.
  • File system corruption: Files system is responsible for storing and organizing data stored on the hard drive. It stores all the information regarding the files stored on the hard disk like size, location etc. If there is any sort of corruption to the file system due to improper shutdown or virus attack, then all the JPG files stored on the system become inaccessible and deleted. In that case, you can recover files from external drives as well as the hard drive on the computer easily using recovery software.
  • Hard disk crash: Hard drive stores all the files and data present on a system. If the hard drive of the system gets crashed due to power surge, virus attack or aging it results in the deletion of all the data stored on it along with JPG files.

If you have lost files in any of the cases stated above then you can make use of data recovery software to undelete your JPG files on Mac as well as Windows hard drive. The software has strong built-in scanning algorithms developed by industry experts which can easily recover all types of deleted files.  It can successfully recover JPG files deleted in any of the situation stated above and more. The software supports the NTFS, NTFS5, FAT16, FAT32, HFS and exFAT file systems. It performs deep scanning of the complete hard drive and restores deleted JPG files. It can also very easily recover data from deleted partition after accidental formatting. Along with JPG it can also recover other types of files like MP4, MOV, AVI, MPEG, MPG, etc. You can also use this software for perform deleted video recovery. Evaluate the software by using the trial version of this software to restore deleted JPG files.

Follow simple steps given below to recover deleted JPG files:

Step 1: Download and install the data recovery software on the computer. Run the software and select Recover Photos from the main screen to recover deleted JPG files as shown in Fig 1.

Recover deleted JPG files - Media Main Screen

Step 2: Now select Recover Deleted Photos from the next window of the software. Select the drive from which the JPG are deleted. Specify the file types and click on Scan option.

Recover deleted JPG files - Deleted Media Files

Step 3: After scanning, preview the restored JPG files and save the recovered files.

Recover deleted JPG files - Preview Screen

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