I restored system using system image, all my files and programs from last six months have been deleted. can i get them back?

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My computers system boot file was deleted and there were no system restore points, so i restored the system using system image restore on windows 7. the only point available was 6 months back. when the computer started up again I noticed that the computer did not have any of my file i had saved in last six months and had deleted a user area i had created had completely been wiped out. is there any way i can recover those files. would it still be on the hard drive as the space used is still the same?

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You can recover your files with data recovery software.I have succeed to recover files after system restore with Tenorshare Data Recovery.You can download it and scan your hard drive for free to preview whether your files can be recovered.Get it from http://www.any-data-recovery.com/product/datarecoverystandard.htm

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  • Rakei
    -In support to Techtonic..you may have lost everything if you have recovered from an steady image created by you offered by Win 7 feature recovery.. -however..unless the image you refer is a restore point then you can always undo the restore process and revert it back.. IT may sound alarming but your DATA can still be recovered if you haven't made a backup copy..Icare DATA Recoery can help you with that; format, lost partition e.t.c....
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  • Chippy088
    If you used a complete image of the drive, you will have lost it all. Technochic has provided a link to MS help site. That will tell you what can be done, if anything. If it was Data recovery software used after a quick format, it will save the portions of orphaned files it finds. You will still have to open then with the application that created them, and relink the portions of the files in the correct order. If you are wanting to recover applications, it is very doubtful if you will recover in all in 1 piece, or the other files, dll, ocx etc needed to run it. It's hard to remember to back up data files before doing a system restore. It might have helped.
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