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Quick Start Guide
For more detailed information see the section titled 'Working with eSupport UndeletePlus'.
Esupport Undelete Plus
The latest version of eSupport UndeletePlus is available for download from Download Page, or by clicking the 'Update' button within eSupport UndeletePlus. If possible, avoid installing eSupport UndeletePlus to the drive from which you are trying to recover your deleted files. For more information on installing eSupport UndeletePlus, click here.
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Select the Drive To Scan
When you run eSupport UndeletePlus the application opens and on the left side of the application window is the drive selection panel. From this panel select the drive to scan (hard drive, digital camera, flash drive, etc.) by selecting the checkbox next to the appropriate drive letter.
Scan the Drive
Click on the Start Scan button to scan the selected drives.
- Click the Start Scan button to scan the selected drives.
Once the scan is started the progress bar displays the portion of the scan remaining.
Manage the Results
- After the scan has completed eSupport UndeletePlus displays the following information and options for you to utilize in order to find the files you want to recover:
The 'Folders' pane shows the folder structure of the deleted files for the drive(s) that you selected. In some situations a folder name is destroyed, in which case the name format is 'Deleted XXXXX'.
Note: The sub folders usually retain their original name.
The Folders and File Types Panes
Folders: Displays the folder(s) found by the scan.
File Types: The files found by the scan are placed into categories by file type. Any files that are found that do not belong to a known file type are placed in the 'Other Files' category. When a file type is selected, the files found in that category are displayed in the 'Results Pane'. You can sort the list of files in this pane by clicking on the column headings. When you click on a file name its contents are displayed in the Preview pane.
To list all files found, click on 'My Computer' in either the 'File Types' or 'Folders' pane.
Status and Preview
Status: The 'Status' pane contains overhead information.
Preview: Displays a preview of the potentially recoverable content.
Filtering the Scan Results
The filter option is accessed by clicking the 'Filter' button at the top of eSupport UndeletePlus. Determine how you want eSupport UndeletePlus to filter the results then click the 'Set Filter' button. To remove the filter click the 'Clear' button.
All or part of the file name:
Type all or part of the file name here.
Note: The filter will search for the characters you type anywhere in the file name, including the file extension.
Example 1: .doc
Typing the letters doc would display the following files in the 'Results' pane if they were deleted:
Typing .doc would display the following files in the 'Results' pane if they were deleted:
When was it modified?
Select this checkbox to filter the results based on the file creation date or the file modification date. Select a date type, Created or Modified from the dropdown menu, and then set an appropriate date range.
What size is it?
Select this checkbox to filter the results based on file size. Select 'at least' or 'at most' from the dropdown menu and then enter the approximate file size in the Kb field, or use the arrows to set the file size.
Hide overwritten files
Select this checkbox to filter out temporary files.
Hide temporary files
Select the checkbox to filter out temporary files.
Save the Recovered Files
When eSupport UndeletePlus saves a recovered file it reads the file's contents and then writes its contents to a new file with the same name. Remember to save the files that you are recovering to a different drive to avoid the risk of overwriting the other files that you want to recover. Later you can restore the recovered files to their original locations once you have recovered all the files you need.
IMPORTANT! To minimize the chance of corrupting any remaining lost files, do not to save the recovered files back to the original drive until after completing all attempts to recover any lost files.
Complete the following steps to recover a deleted file:
In the 'Results Pane' select the checkbox of the file or files to be recovered.
To select all files, right click on Filename then click Select All Items from the menu.
Click the Recover File button to recover the selected files.
Click the Yes button in the 'Possible Data Loss' popup box.
Recovered files are copied to the folder specified in the Recover selected file(s) to: section.