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How to Retrieve TIFF Images?
Assume this situation where you captured all photos from your newly brought camera. You saved all photos from recent trip with your friends. On returning home you are eager to check them out so what you do is connect the camera to your system and then use the drive that appears on the screen. Now this is not what you had expected! Some TIFF pictures have gone missing. Scanning the entire drive did not help you in getting them back.
So what next! Should these files be assumed permanently gone? Or can they be restored by some means?
No! These files are not permanently gone and they can be restored. Deletion or loss of your TIFF files can occur due to many scenarios like abruptly removing the device from your system or while transferring them from memory card to computer and so on.
Common scenarios for losing TIFF files are:
Unintentional deletion of TIFF files from your system or camera while previewing and deleting other unneeded files. TIFF files may also get lost when the external drive is suddenly removed while moving files from using cut-paste commands. Sometimes antivirus program while scanning your system or drive may lead to deletion of important TIFF images without user’s approval. Formatting is another major cause that has been rated very high when it comes to loss of data from your computer. While installing new operating system or during the process of creating multiple partitions you unknowingly end up in formatting the wrong drive, which results in removal of all TIFF image files and other types of digital information from hard drive.
Overview of Tiff File Image Recovery Tool:
There is no need to get much upset about loss of your TIFF files. Yodot Photo Recovery tool is the best product that can restore your lost TIFF images in all the above mentioned problems. Advanced scanning algorithms and highly developed user interface allows to get back TIFF files in no time. Users can successfully preview recovered TIFF photos before saving them. Demo version of this product will allow you to testify the importance of this tool and if satisfied with the results, you can get access to the full version which can be used to save recovered TIFF images. Other than TIFF, it has ability to recover JPG, JPEG, BMP, PSD, PNG, GIF and RAW image formats supported by various brands of DSLR cameras on Windows OS. Along with images users can retrieve their video files and music files from memory cards, USB drives, iPods, hard drives and portable hard drives.
Simple guidelines to get back TIFF Images:
- Download this product in your system by clicking on the “Download” button that is provided
- So, after the completion of download, install this application in your computer
- Launch this application; you will be greeted with the main screen that will now guide you further more on how to get back Tiff files
- Options that would have been provided in this screen would be “Deleted Photo Recovery” and “Lost Photo Recovery”
- Click on the correct option that has resulted in loss or deletion of your TIFF image files
- Once this process gets completed, this application scans the system for list of drives
- Select from the one from where your TIFF files have gone missing
- Press the Next button that will begin the scanning process
- Recovered TIFF files are listed and you can preview them before they can be saved on selected storage device
Precautions that has to be taken:
- Carry an external drive or other data source so that important files that can be backed up
- Avoid abrupt removal of memory card or any other external drive that is connected to system during read or write process
- Before getting rid of any file double check that it has been backed up