Use the following settings to determine which results Recuva displays:
|Show files found in hidden system directories||If you select this option, Recuva will display files from hidden system directories such as \WINDOWS\ and \Documents and Settings\.|
|Show zero-byte files||If you select this option, Recuva will show you files that have no content. These files cannot be recovered.|
|Show securely overwritten files||If you select this option, Recuva will list files it has securely deleted in the Results window. See this topic for more information on secure deletion.
Note: If you use CCleaner, it changes the filename to ZZZZZZZ.ZZZ when it securely deletes a file, for security reasons.
|Deep Scan (increases scan time)||See this topic for more information.|
|Scan for non-deleted files||See this topic for more information.|
To restore the files in the same folders they were deleted from, select Restore folder structure.
For example, if you are recovering these files to E:\Recovery
using the restore folder structure option, they will be recovered as:
If you do not use the restore folder structure option, they will be recovered as: