- 1). Open "Start," "Programs," and open your undelete program. Obtain a free undelete program by utilizing any of the attached links listed in Resources.
- 2). Click on the drive containing your Windows Movie Maker installation. This is almost always the C drive.
- 3). Select the TMP file to be restored from the list of recoverable files that appear onscreen.
- 4). Press the "Restore" or "Recover" button to restore your file.
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