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<p>First, let’s get to know the basic structure of our hard drive where the photos are saved. Generally speaking, the hard drive is divided into five parts, namely, MBR (Master Boot Record), DBR (Dos Boot Record), FAT (File Allocation Table), DIR (Directory) sector and DATA sector. When we save photos in the computer, the system firstly saves the name, size, the starting and ending location of the photos in FAT, and then writes the real information and content of the photos in the DATA sector automatically. When we delete the photos, the system just makes a "deleted" mark to the file to release the space of them. But the real information of them is still kept in DATA sector. To say it easy, the hard drive is just like a book. The basic information like name, size and location of the photos are similar with the catalog. If we tear off the catalog of one book, it will be difficult to find the content of the book. In the same way, when the system marks "deleted" to the file, the photos are thought to be lost for the system cannot find its location. However, the content is still in the DATA sector. So if you want to recover the deleted photos, just wipe off the "deleted" mark with the help of some professional software and the system can find the "catalog". Other reasons which lead to the data losing, such as emptying a recycle bin, formatting a disk, virus attacking, system crashing and so on, can be all recovered in this way.</p>
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