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Recover lost JPG files from computer

There is no necessity for users to worry about JPG file loss, after certain partition once storing those files is lost due to mistaken deletion, formatting, virus invasion or other soft errors. That is because the free photo recovery software – MiniTool Photo Recovery provides professional photo recovery solution, by which users can easily recover lost JPG files from computer.

Operating steps:
After running the free photo recovery software – MiniTool Photo Recovery, users will see the following interface:



Here, click “Start” to recover lost JPG files from computer.



In this interface, users need to choose the partition where JPG files resided in and click “Scan” in the lower right corner to fully scan the partition. When scan is done, the interface below will appear:



In this interface, users can find that all digital media files in the scanned partition are listed by the free photo recovery software. At this time, click “Filter” to recover specified JPG files. After clicking it, users will get the following interface:



In this interface, users are able to filter out unneeded files according to file format, file size and other information. Since users need to recover lost JPG files from computer, they need to choose JPG from the drop-down menu of “By Filename/Extension:” or directly type “*.jpg” into corresponding textbox. After setting, click “OK” to go back to main interface of the free photo recovery software:



At this time, users will find that only JPG files are displayed in the photo recovery interface. Then, check all desired JPG files and click “Save” to get the following photo storage interface:



Finally, click “Browse…” to specify a secure location for checked JPG file storage. After finishing previous operations, click “OK” button. When the free photo recovery software – MiniTool Photo Recovery accomplishes all previous operations, the whole work to recover lost JPG files from computer is entirely completed.