How to Restore by Different Ways
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AOMEI Backupper

You can click restore on the left guide bar to do it, if you did incremental backup or differential backup before, you can choose which to restore in the list. By using this freeware, you can avoid the error code: 0x80070005. Besides, AOMEI Backupper is about to do file-level restore in the next version, before which we can do file restore by following means.

Interface of Backupper

To restore files from a backup

This is just like the system restore in XP method, you can use Windows Backup and restore tool or just use our products. First, Open Backup and Restore by clicking in Start menu, then Control Panel, then System and Maintenance, and last clicking Backup and Restore. Or you can just type Backup and Restore in the search box. Click Restore my files, and then follow the guide.

To restore a file or folder to a previous state

When system restore windows 7 not working, you can right click choose to restore a previous state. This is what Windows provides to us, a build-in program to restore a file or folder to a previous state. First Right-click the targe file or folder or even partition, and then click Restore previous versions. Choose the proper version in the list, which includes files backed up and restore points

To restore from Recycle Bin

Not everyone use Shift+Delete files or folders, yet right click to delete or just use Delete on the keyboard to finish the job. Those one who used directly delete files are not really delete it, that may be a good news sometimes, because we can restore them from the Recycle Bin.

  • Double Clicking Recycle Bin icon on your desktop
  • Find the target file and click to mark it.
  • Go to the File menu above it and click Restore, or right click to restore.

While the Recycle Bin is a great utility, there are times that a file is not placed in the Recycle Bin when you delete it. Take the shortcut Shift+Delete for example, it deletes files or folders permanently. Meanwhile, files from flash memory or external drives, it will not be found in Recycle Bin

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