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Restore your hard drive and operating system

Your computer is always at high risk of data loss:

  • Intentional or accidental deletion of a file or program.
  • Misplacement of CDs or Memory sticks.
  • Inability to read unknown file format.
  • Power failure or software crash or freeze: not saving data to permanent memory.
  • Hardware failure: such as a head crash in a hard disk.
  • Software bugs or poor usability, such as not confirming a file delete command.
  • Data corruption: such as file system corruption or database corruption.
  • Disaster: natural disaster, earthquake, flood, tornado, fire, etc.
  • Crime: theft, hacking, sabotage, etc. malicious act, such as a worm, virus, hacker or theft of physical media.

The best way to recover from data loss is to backup your computer and store the backup image file in a physically separate location. One day, you just need one click to recover the image to get back whatever you want.

How to restore image file with EaseUS Todo Backup?

If you have previously imaged your partition/disk with EaseUS Todo Backup, there are five cases when you want to restore backup image as below:

Case 1: Restore system state.

Case 2: Recover to dissimilar hardware.

Case 3: Restore disk partitions.

Restore disk partitions

1. Launch EaseUS Todo Backup.

2. Select a backup task to restore (you can identify it by Name and Created time). Or click Browse to Recover to locate image manually.

3. Select the image file version you want to restore. The Created time can help you find the time point you want to restore.

Select hard disk to restore

4. Follow the wizard to continue.

Restore Specific files from disk/partition images

1. Launch EaseUS Todo Backup.

2. Select a backup task to restore (you can identify it by Name and Created time). Or click Browse to Recover to locate image manually. Choose "File mode" in Recovery mode. Select the specific folder /file to recover.

Select hard disk to restore

How to recover partitions with EaseUS Todo Backup?

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