Undelete Files After Windows Vista Stops Responding

No matter how cautious a person is with his/her computer system, these devices still give problems to their users. Despite the best attempts, they catch virus infections, and crash, or may even stop responding while giving you a blank screen to gaze at. Likewise, a computer system installed with Windows Vista operating system hangs at the time of start up, while giving a black screen. Though startup problems are not uncommon with any operating systems, the user is left in a critical state, with a high probability of losing all the files and, needless to say, data. Due to this, a user finds all his/her files inaccessible, and he has to opt for file recovery methods to get them back.

While Windows Vista allows the users to solve the problem, and to undelete files, a user may find additional problems while trying to make amends by following the understated methods:

•    On trying to restart the system, when a user presses the F8 button, before Vista loads, and then select the Safe Mode Option for loading, the same black screen appears and the system hangs.

•    On trying to restore your Vista computer, when you start the Windows Recovery Environment, i.e., WinRE, it stops responding.

•    While trying to repair the computer with the help of Windows Vista installation disk, the system stops responding.

Owing to this, it becomes almost impossible to access your files, and chances of file loss are very high.  It is not possible to access any information or data saved on your Windows Vista hard drive.

This problem is caused by the corruption of file system in the $Txf directory. Windows Vista has this technology, called as the  TxF technology, which facilitates file operations to be carried out in transactions on NTFS formatted file system volume. That is why, due to the file system corruption in the $Txf directory, there is a deadlock condition between the Autocheck and the Transactional NTFS (TxF) processes.

In such situations the only option available to the user is clean installation of the system, which clearly means all the data that was saved in the computer gets deleted. After installing the operating system, one can undelete files using the backup which was saved on any external storage media.

Stellar Phoenix Windows Data Recovery is a reliable file recovery tool that recovers all types of lost files from FAT16, FAT32, VFAT, exFAT, NTFS and NTFS5 file system partitions. This efficient tool comes equipped with simple and self-descriptive user interface and is compatible with all versions of Windows.

Source by Dushyant Singh

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