How to recover Flash Media

The Adobe Flash Media server plays audio, video, and file data using Adobe Flash Player. Flash media files use the SWF file extension, and the files are stored on your computer’s hard drive by default. Transfer flash media files from the hard drive to a portable storage device if desired. If along the way you accidentally delete SWF files, recover them using a data recovery program, which can be downloaded for free online. Instructions
Download a free online data recovery program, for example, FileRestorePlus, Smart Recovery 4.5 and EASEUS (see Resources). Install the program on your computer and open the program.

Choose the “C:/” drive option from the drive selection menu when prompted to do so. The data recovery program scans the drive for deleted files including SWF files. Files are displayed as a list of thumbnails.

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