How to Get Back EXE Files on Windows OS?

Most of the system users are not aware about the executable (.exe) files associated with system. Users might get surprised when their turn comes in situations, where something went wrong with these exe files.

About EXE files:

EXE files are responsible for executable tasks in operating system. Each and every EXE file is meant for specific functionality on system. These program files are in charge of system services such as memory management, kernel relative operations, hardware visualization, I/O operations, security authentication and so on.

Let us consider some of exe files and its functionalities:

  • Svchost.exe: It is a generic host process verifies the service divisions of the registry to build a list of services that it must load
  • LogonUI.exe: It is a system program file that supports to control the security and approval policies of Windows system
  • NTOSKRNL.exe: This file helps to make kernel image for the Windows NT OS family
  • Wmiprvse.exe: It is important executable file that provides essential error reporting and monitoring for Windows Management Instrumentation Provider Service

Apart from these EXE files, you find many more executable files on Windows system. These EXE files are very essential for smooth running of system. You have to handle these EXE files with care, as these files have high risk rate. If you experience loss or deletion of executable files, then you face many troubles related to functionalities of EXE files, problems with system memory, hard drive and so on.

Reasons behind loss or deletion of EXE files:

  • Viruses, Trojan horse, malware, spyware and many external threats occupy memory space on system and starts destructing data. These harmful external threats may erase or delete EXE files without your attention
  • While dealing with some specific tasks on control panel you may end up with deletion of executable files
  • Software conflicts, hard drive crash and other complex scenarios may results in loss of EXE files

You may face many such scenarios that lead to loss of .exe files. In such instances, don’t rush toward things!!! It is a better to use EXE file recovery software like Yodot Hard Drive Recovery to extract missing or erased exe files.

About EXE file recovery software:

Yodot Hard Drive Recovery software provides simple process in order to rescue EXE files on Windows system irrespective of file loss scenario. The software can be used to get back documents, media files and other executable files such as COM, BAT, BIN, etc. from corrupt or formatted hard disk. It can even extract each and every bit of missing files from non-booting hard drives. This utility can restore EXE files from various brands of HDD’s such as Toshiba, Hitachi, Dell, SanDisk, Fujitsu, Transcend etc. You can regain missing EXE files from FAT16, FAT32, NTFS, NTFS 5, ExFAT partitions on Windows PC running on Windows 8, 7, Vista, s XP, Windows Server 2003 and 2008 operating systems.

Steps to recover EXE files on Windows OS:

Note: If hard drive is unable to mount on system, then connect that device to Windows PC and proceed with the following steps.

  • Download Yodot Hard Drive Recovery application and install it to Windows system
  • Run the software and follow the main screen instructions
  • From first screen you will find two options “Partition Recovery” or “Formatted / Reformatted Recovery”
  • Select “Partition Recovery” option. Later this utility scans and shows all the logical partitions related to that Windows computer
  • Choose the partition (Usually C:Drive) from where you want to get back EXE files and click “Next” button
  • The software thoroughly scans that selected partition and displays all the missing or deleted EXE files from it
  • Select all the EXE files which you want to restore back
  • At last, save the recovered .exe files to your preferred destination location, but not on to the same partition from where you rescued exe files

Basic Instructions:

  • Always try to use updated anti-virus software to obstruct harmful virus entry into system
  • Attempt to restore missing EXE files as soon as possible, otherwise you may have to face uneven disasters with system

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