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Hello folks, I recently used wise care 365 find duplicates option to remove all the duplicate files and free some space of my laptop under Widows 7. It found more than 130k duplicates with files range from 0 byte to man G-byte, I used the option to keep just one and delete all other duplicates (I took the fastest option of scan). now when I start my PC it boots normally to my desktop, but it looks now dry! it wiped up every file and programs I have, office windows restore and recovery option doesn't work, and all folder are still existing but empty! what I should now do? can I restore the deleted files. I think it just removed all the paths and links to the programs and data. can somebody please give me a hint what I should do? is there any program can restore files and programs that duplicates finder killed! I appreciate you help Kasem
Step I – Download Windows 7 SP1 ISO pack The first step is very simple. You need to download Windows 7 Operating System ISO pack. But if you already have Windows 7 ISO file then well and good. You can easily move to the Next Step. Step II – Download Windows 7 bootable USB tool If you’ve downloaded the Windows 7 OS or you already have it. You further need to download Windows 7 USB/DVD Download Tool. (Download link: http://images2.store.microsoft.com/prod/clustera/framework/w7udt/1.0/en-us/Windows7-USB-DVD-tool.exe) This tool is responsible to transfer Windows 7 OS into your USB pen drive. Download it and keep it on your desktop. Step III – Attach a USB Pen drive Well the most obvious step here is to attach a USB Pen Drive. After you attach your pen drive. Format it. Right click on Pen-Drive drive; click on format; un-tick Quick Format and format your USB pen drive. (As easy as I said) Step IV – Open Windows 7 USB/DVD Download Tool This is how the Windows 7 USB/DVD Download Tool looks like. A simple basic tool. After you open the tool. Click on Browse and locate the Windows 7 OS ISO file and click on Next. Since we need to create a Windows 7 bootable USB; click on USB device. The software will automatically detect every USB Pen Drive connected to your computer. Select the one in which you want to copy Windows 7 OS ISO file and click on Begin Copying. If you haven’t format the pen drive. The tool will ask your permission to erase data from it and will immediately start the copying process and create a Windows 7 bootable USB.