This manual will walk you through the basics of the MiniTool Power Data Recovery interface introduction.
Top and Left Menu
1 – Register Enter your license key to activate MiniTool Power Data Recovery. 2 – Bootable Media This is to help you create a bootable media with MiniTool Power Data Recovery built-in Bootable Media Builder so as to recover files when PC won’t boot. (Also learn how to boot from created bootable media.) 3 – Support For any questions, feel free to contact MiniTool support team. 4 – More Change your preferred language, get online help, learn backup strategy, help us translate, view the software information, or send us feedback. 5 – This PC Display all detected drives and devices. Let you choose a location to scan. 6 – Utilities Get more excellent tools from MiniTool Software. 7 – Scan Settings Show or hide the search result during the scan; specify file systems to scan; specify file types to scan. 8 – Expand or Collapse Expand or collapse the left menu bar. This PC
1 – Logical Drives Show all partitions on this PC, including all partitions on local disk, external hard disk, and removable disk drive. Also include lost partitions and unallocated space. 2 – Devices Click Devices tab and select the whole device to scan if you want. 3 – Refresh Manually refresh the drives or devices list. 4 – Drive/Device List List of all detected drives or devices on your PC. 5 – Specific Location or Load Recovery Result Choose to recover data from Desktop, Recycle Bin, or any specified location. Load a previous recovery result (.rss file) manually provided that you have exported a scan result in advance. Recovery Results
1 – Filter Specify the file type, date modified, file size, and file category to view only the desired files from the scanning result. 2 – Preview Preview up to 70 types of files to know if you are choosing the right file to recover. 3 – Export Scan Result Export the current scan result to a .rss file so that you can manually load this result for a quick file recovery. 4 – Search Find files by inputting continuous keywords of the file name. 5 – Path Show scan result by tree structure. 6 – Type Show scan results by file types. 7 – Preview Same as 2. 8 – Home Back to the main interface. 9 – Save Save the recovered files to a preferred location.