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Posted on Jul 21, 2010 in PC Maintenance, Troubleshoot Windows | 0 comments

NTFS Undelete tutorial 1 – Installation

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If you have deleted a file from your computer, it may be possible to recover it again, even after emptying the Recycle Bin. Of course, tools like NTFS Undelete are no substitute for a proper backup strategy and cannot always recover files, especially if you have saved or modified other files on your disk in the meantime.

Please exercise caution before installing this software!

Note that if you need to recover an important file from your PC’s system (usually the C:) drive, then you should stop using your computer and instead use a different machine to download and record the ISO (CD) image version of the software. Once recorded, the CD can be used safely on your target machine. The CD version will work outside of Windows without the risk of any new files overwriting your recently deleted file. The ISO version of NTFS Undelete is available from the softwares download page here. For tutiorials on how to record an ISO image to a CD, see this page. If your file is on another drive or an external device, such as a memory stick, then you can proceed with this tutorial and use the Windows version of the software.

To get started with the Windows version of NTFS undelete, download the latest version from the NTFS Undelete download page. Save the file to your desktop or somewhere you can easily access it. When the download is complete, double click on the file or choose “Open” in your browsers download manager to start the installation process. Windows Vista and Windows 7 users will need to enter their administrator password and/or click on “Yes” if user account control prompts them to grant permission to install the software.

The following window will then appear:-

 

Install RocketDock - Step 1

 

Click on “Next >”. The following window will then appear:-

 

Install RocketDock - Step 2

 

Choose a location to install the NTFS Undelete program files to. The default location is fine for most users so simply click on “Next >”. The following window will then be displayed:-

 

Install RocketDock - Step 3

 

Choose where to store the programs shortcuts on the Start Menu. Again, the default location is fine for most users so simply click on “Next >”. The following window will then appear:-

 

Install RocketDock - Step 4

 

The installer now lets you review your settings. Click on “Install”. There will then be a short pause while files are copied and configured. When the process is complete, the following window will appear:-

 

Install RocketDock - Step 5

 

Installation is now complete. Click on “Finish” and the program will load immediately. You can now proceed directly to our next tutorial.

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