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Performing Deleted File Recovery in Windows 7

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Windows 7 operating system has brought several significant changes to the earlier versions of Windows. It has made simple for the users to efficiently organize their everyday tasks by making the interface look more attractive and lively this time. Various other features, such as support for virtual hard disks, improved processor performance, kernel improvements have been added to ensure a better reliability and user experience. In spite of all this, people still face data security issues while working with Windows 7. Most data loss cases occur due to unexpected system shutdowns and repetitive STOP errors. In such situations, the computer becomes unresponsive or even refuses to boot start. To overcome all these problems, you need to go for file recovery through a reliable third -party utility.

For instance, when you try to start your Windows 7-based computer, in the very beginning it may prompt with an error message reading:



STOP: 0xC000021A


The possible reasons behind this error message are:

  • A third-party application might have caused a user-mode process, such as Winlogon to fail and generate this error message.

  • A newly installed device driver or some mismatched system files may be causing the problem.

  • You are trying to perform a full system restore from a tape. This usually skips some system that are currently in use and results in this error.

As a consequence, your system may become completely unbootable and you will lose all the important data files stored in your system. To recover back your lost data in any case of inaccessibility, you should take help of an efficient Windows file recovery software. You may try a few simple things to resolve the above error.


These steps may help to sort out the issue-

  • Remove all the recently installed drivers in the system.

  • Disable any newly added system service.

  • Boot your computer using the 'Last Known Good Configuration' option.

  • Start the computer in safe mode and remove any faulty software application from the system.

  • If the problem still persists, re-install Windows 7 operating system.

 Formatting and re-installing Windows would delete all the precious data from the system. This data can still be recovered using a deleted file recovery software provided you do not overwrite the data after formatting the system.

 Stellar Phoenix Windows Data Recovery is a competent data recovery software that recovers lost, deleted, or formatted data from all Windows-based computers in any case of data loss. It can recover deleted files, documents, pictures, videos, emails etc. form corrupt FAT, NTFS, and exFAT partitions. It is compatible with Windows 7, Vista, Server 2003, XP, 2000, and NT4(SP6).

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