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«Overview Stellar Phoenix Windows Data Recovery - Professional edition is a complete solution to recover lost data from your hard disks, removable ...»

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3. In 'Search Option' screen, under Search Results box, all PST files that are found in the selected volume will be shown. Click a file to select, and then click OK.

To search PST file in folders:

1. Click Find PST....

2. In 'Search Option' screen, click Search in Folders. In 'Browse for Folder' dialog box, select a folder, click OK, and then click Start. In addition, if you want to search sub folders in that folder, check Search Sub Folders check box.

3. In 'Search Option' screen, all PST files that are found in the selected folder will be shown. Click a file to select, and then click OK.

Recover PST File In order to recover e-mails deleted in Microsoft Outlook e-mail program, you will need to follow the steps listed below.

To recover PST files:

1. Open Windows Data Recovery. Click Email Recovery option and then select Microsoft Outlook option.

2. In 'Email Recovery' screen, click Select PST... to specify the location of the PST file. In Open dialog box, locate and specify the PST file, click Open. You can also search the required PST file.

3. Click 'Start Recovery' button to start recovery. After scanning, a preview of deleted mails will be available.

4. Click Save button to save scanned data. In the Save As section, select Save as PST, Save as EML, or Save as MSG to save the recovered data as PST file, or as EML file, or as MSG file respectively.

5. Click OK to save the data. By default, recovered PST file will be saved at the same location where the source file is stored. However, you can change the location of recovered PST file by specifying destination.

6. Click Save. The file will be saved at specified location. In addition, PST Recovery screen shows all folders and emails stored in the recovered PST file.

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Specify Destination to Save Recovered File The recovered PST files are saved, by default, at the same location where the source file is located. You can change the destination of recovered PST file as per your preference.

To change destination:

1. After scanning, click on Save to save the scanned files.

2. In 'Save As' section, select the file type in which you want to save the scanned files.

3. In 'Destination Path' section, browse to location of your choice to save the scanned data. Click OK.

Recover MS Outlook Express Email Recover Outlook Express Emails You can use the Email Recovery option of Stellar Phoenix Windows Data Recovery software to recover deleted emails in Microsoft Outlook Express. Microsoft Outlook Express saves all its email data in DBX file.

You will need to specify the location of the DBX file to recover emails. If you know location of the DBX file, then you can directly select it. Otherwise, you can also search for the DBX file.

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Find DBX File You can search for DBX files by using the Find DBX... function. You can search the DBX files in volumes, folders, and sub folders. However, you can select only one volume at a time to search for the DBX files.

To search DBX file in volumes:

1. Click Find DBX....

2. In 'Search Option' screen, click Look in list box to select volume. Select the required volume. Click Start.

3. In 'Search Option' screen, under Search Results box, all DBX files that are found in the selected volume will be shown. Click a file to select it, and then click OK.

To search DBX file in folders:

1. Click Find DBX....

2. In 'Search Option' screen, click Search in Folders. In 'Browse for Folder' dialog box, select a folder, click OK, and then click Start. In addition, if you want to search sub folders in that folder, check Search Sub Folders check box.

3. In 'Search Option' screen, all DBX files that are found in the selected folder will be listed.

Click a file to select it, and then click OK.

Recover DBX File In order to recover emails supported by Microsoft Outlook Express email program, you will need to recover the DBX file. After recovering the DBX file, you will need to save the DBX file.

To recover DBX file:

1. Run Stellar Phoenix Windows Data Recovery. Click Email Recovery option, and then select the Outlook Express option.

2. In 'Email Recovery' screen, click Select DBX button. In 'Open' dialog box, locate and select the DBX file and then click Open. You can also specify a folder to search for DBX file. Click Select Folder, in 'Browse for Folder' dialog box, locate, and select the required folder, click OK. You can also search the required DBX file.

3. Click Start Recovery button to start recovery. After scanning a preview of deleted mails will be available.

4. Click Save button to save the scanned data. In 'Save As' section, select Save as EML, Save as DBX to save the recovered data as EML file, or as DBX file respectively.

5. Click OK to save the data. By default, the recovered DBX file will be saved at the same location where the source file is stored. However, you can change the location of recovered DBX file by browsing to the preferred location.





Tip:

• You can only select one.DBX file to recover.

• Microsoft Outlook Express should be closed before opening the.DBX file.

Specify Destination to Save Recovered File To specify destination to save DBX file, follow the steps listed below.

To save DBX file:

1. After scanning, click on Save to save the scanned files.

2. In 'Save As' section, select the file type in which you want to save the scanned files.

3. In 'Path' section, browse to a location of your choice to save the scanned data. Click OK.

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2. Click a folder in the left pane tree structure to list files of that folder in the bottom right pane.

3. Double-click the folder to move deeper into the folder.

4. Click a file in the bottomright pane to preview the file. Only supported files can be previewed.

5. To view files in binary format, right-click the file and select Show as Hex.

6. You can also rename the file before recovery. Right-click the file and select Rename to rename it.

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Applying Compression:

You can save recovered files in compressed zip folders. However, you can only apply compression if recovered files are saving to local disk drive.

To apply compression option:

Check the Create zip file check box. Select:

• Zip each file individually This option saves all selected file in their corresponding zip folder.

• Zip to a single file This option saves all recovered files in a single zip folder.

Apply Recovery Option This section is shown when all the files and folders are selected for recovery. You can choose to exclude or include the deleted files while recovery.

To apply recovery option, select:

• All files & folders (Exclude deleted) Choose this option to exclude the deleted files while recovering the selected files and folders.

• All files & folders (Include deleted) Choose this option to include the deleted files and folders while recovering the selected files and folders.

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Find Files You can search files in the trees in the left-pane shown after scanning process. If you want to view or recover specific files from the scan result you can use Find option. This provides you various options for searching required files.

To search files:

• In the Search File box, type few or all characters of file name(s) or file type(s) separated by

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• Click Search Options button. In the Find screen, type the few or all characters of file name (s) or file type (s) separated by semi colon (;) in the Enter file type(s) delimited by semi-colons text box. Check the Deleted File, Match Case, and Existing Files options as per requirement. Click Search Now.

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Filter File List - Set Mask Filter File List is used to generate Filtered Tree view in the left pane. Filter File List feature provides you with many options for creating file masks to filter the scan result.

To create Filtered tree:

1. In 'Search Result' window, click on Filtered Tree tab in the left pane.

2. In 'Filter' option, type the file type(s) separated by semi colon (;). Click the Filter button.

3. Or, use Set File Mask option dialog box to filter files according to the more advance options like date criteria and size of file. Click

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interval for any of the selected date option.

4. Click OK to generate the Filtered Tree.

Save Scan Information to Resume Later You can save scan result of any scanning process as an image (IMG) file. You can save scan result of a complete or incomplete recovery process. If you stopped a scanning process, you can save scan information up to that point. However, you should perform complete scan, and then save scan result.

Saving scan information saves your time. Since, you will not need to scan the same drive again.

You can resume recovery by selecting the image file.

To save scan information:

1. In 'Scan Results' window.

Click Back Button or Close button.

2. You will also be prompted to save scan information.

3. Click Yes.

4. In 'Save scan information' dialog box, browse to the location where image file Save Scan Information file prompt should be saved. Type the name of the image file in the File name text box. Click Save.

Scan Information file will be saved with IMG extension.

Recovery Options

Windows Data Recovery provides you with different options to recover data from your storage devices. Quick Recovery, Deleted File Recovery, Advanced Recovery, and Raw Recovery are the four recovery methods available in this software. All methods are different as they apply different scanning processes.

• Quick Recovery

• Deleted Recovery

• Advanced Recovery

• Raw Recovery Quick Recovery Quick Recovery option of Windows Data Recovery software can perform a quick scan on selected existing volumes, lost volumes, and on removable media. You can select only one volume at a time for quick scan. This scan method is fast and efficient. You will find almost all data by performing a quick recovery on selected volume or removable media. You can also load an image file to perform quick recovery.

Deleted Recovery You can recover files that are deleted from a volume or removable media by using deleted file recovery process. The scan result lists only files that are deleted from the selected drive.

Advanced Recovery You can recover data from a formatted volume or removable media by using 'Advanced Recovery' option of Windows Data Recovery. If a volume or removable media is formatted and all data is lost from that drive, you can recover that data performing this type of recovery.

In addition, you can scan volume either as FAT, NTFS, or ExFAT. For example, before formatting, the file system of the volume was FAT. You had formatted the volume and created new volume with NTFS file system. You can scan the new volume as FAT such that all files will be found during scanning process. Also, if before formatting the volume the file system was FAT and you selected scanning as NTFS then scanning process still finds data from that volume.



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