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How to i recover word documents files after a forced shutdow

How to i recover word documents files after a forced shutdow

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How to i recover word documents files after a forced shutdown in windows 10/7/8?

Sudden power failure, the editing file was lost because there is no time to save it, can you recover the the file? Seems to be under c disk temp to find it?What should i do?Please give me some suggestions,thank you!
 

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  • Why is it that when my computer shuts down and starts up again, all the files disappeared on windows?
    My computer was fine yesterday, and there was nothing wrong with it. As soon as I opened the computer today, my computer desktop suddenly changed to the original desktop.There was nothing left, my pictures,music, and all the files I saved before .But all the downloaded programs were still there, such as MSN, yahoo assistant and so on.
     
    After opening the WORD file, a ~$ symbol hidden file appears on the desktop. This is the backup file of word file. The purpose is to prevent the file loss caused by abnormal shutdown (such as power failure). Of course, the file will work if you are in an abnormal situation . So if you open the file again, you can recover the information you have just stored. You can look for hidden files on your computer.
     
     
    Is your WORD file edit in a new way or modified on the basis of the original file? If it is modified on the original file, there will be a hidden file starting with "~$" in the location of the original file. This is the file automatically saved by the WORD program. Just open it. If it is newly edited. I suggest you search for it in C disk with "~$*.doc" (I have not encountered this problem, you can try it).
    I forced shutdown my computer and my word file disappeared! Six months ago i saved  a document, a few days ago i opened it and write something, then i saved the document.And i set my computer to sleep mode after using the it for a while (recently there is something wrong with the computer's hard drive,boot slow,i always set it to sleep mode)My computer crashed when i am using it.I pressed the power button to force shutdown and then turn it on, and the document disappeared completely. I saved this document repeatedly when I wrote it for the first time, and I also saved it repeatedly when I continued writing a few days ago.I've seen the hidden file but there is nothing.
    Open WORD file and select the recently used document. Click on the document that disappeared.
    The document cannot be found by using the system's own file search method.
    Forced shutdown and then boot up after storing the file.
    There is something wrong with my computer hard drive.I will change it into a new one recently.
     
    Since you saved the file, it should have been stored on the hard disk. If it is a very important document,i  recommended you to take  the mainframe box to the computer shop to find professionals to recover documents.
    Make sure you don't add anything to the hard drive when the file was lost. File deletion is actually to let the computer can not find this file, but it is still in the hard disk, as long as open the defense line,then the file can be found.
     
    Just now the computer forced shutdown, then i open it and have a look, I can not find the form i saved, how to find it .It isvery important.

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