.VEXE File Recovery

Have files been deleted due to a user’s error or software error? Have you formatted a disk by accident and need to know how to recover the files? Read our .VEXE file recovery guide for Windows, MacOS, Android and IOS in 2024.

VEXE File Recovery

What is a .VEXE file?

Executable file that contains a virus; renamed from .EXE to ".vexe," where "v" stands for virus; may have been renamed manually or by an antivirus program; may have been distributed through malware programs on infected computers.

What Are Common Causes of ".VEXE" Files Lost or Failure?

There are several common causes of .vexe files lost or failure:

  1. Accidental deletion: Users may accidentally delete .vexe files while cleaning up their system or removing unwanted files.
  2. Virus or malware infection: Viruses or malware can corrupt or delete .vexe files, causing them to be lost or fail.
  3. Software conflicts: In some cases, conflicts between different software programs can lead to the loss or failure of .vexe files.
  4. Hard drive issues: Problems with the hard drive, such as bad sectors or physical damage, can result in the loss or corruption of .vexe files.
  5. Operating system errors: Errors or glitches in the operating system can cause .vexe files to become lost or fail.
  6. File system corruption: Corruption in the file system, such as due to improper shutdowns or power outages, can lead to the loss or failure of .vexe files.
  7. Human error: Human error, such as mistakenly moving or renaming .vexe files, can result in their loss or failure.
  8. Software updates or upgrades: Sometimes, when updating or upgrading software, .vexe files may be overwritten or removed, leading to their loss or failure.
  9. Hardware failure: Hardware failures, such as a faulty hard drive or RAM, can result in the loss or corruption of .vexe files.
  10. Incompatible software: Installing incompatible software or drivers can cause conflicts that result in the loss or failure of .vexe files.

How to recover lost ".VEXE" files?

Sometimes while working with a computer, laptop or other stationary or mobile devices, you may encounter various bugs, freezes, hardware or software failures, even in spite of regular updates and junk cleaning. As a result, an important ".VEXE" file may be deleted.

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By no means should you think that the only way to recover a ".VEXE" file is always to create it once more.

Use programs for recovering ".VEXE" files if a file was lost after accidental or deliberate deleting, formatting the memory card or the internal storage, cleaning the storage device, after a virus attack or a system failure.

Programs to recover ".VEXE" files

Looking for a way to get files back? In cases when files were deleted and they cannot be restored by using standard operating system tools, use Hetman Partition Recovery.

Partition Recovery™ 4.9
The tool recovers data from any devices, regardless of the cause of data loss.

Follow the directions below:

  1. Download Hetman Partition Recovery, install and start the program.

  2. The program will automatically scan the computer and display all hard disks and removable drives connected to it, as well as physical and local disks.

    File Recovery Software
  3. Double-click on the disk from which you need to recover ".VEXE" files, and select analysis type.

    Hetman Partition Recovery - Analysis Type
  4. When the scanning is over, you will be shown the files for recovery.

    Hetman Partition Recovery - Files that Can be Restored
  5. To find a file you need, use the program’s interface to open the folder it was deleted from, or go to the folder "Content-Aware Analysis" and select the required file type.

    Hetman Partition Recovery - Deep Scan
  6. Select the files you have been looking for and click "Recovery".

    File Recovery Software - Files List for Recovery
  7. Choose one of the methods for saving the files and recover them.

    Saving recovered files in Hetman Partition Recovery

How to open file with ".VEXE" extension?

Looking for how to open a stereo virus Executable File image file file?

Programs that open ".VEXE" files

HEX Editor HEX Editor

Additional Information

  • File type: Virus Executable File

  • File extension: .VEXE

  • Developer: N/A

  • Category: Executable Files

  • Format: Binary


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Vladimir Artiukh

Author: Vladimir Artiukh, Technical Writer

Vladimir Artiukh is a technical writer for Hetman Software, as well as the voice and face of their English-speaking YouTube channel, Hetman Software: Data Recovery for Windows. He handles tutorials, how-tos, and detailed reviews on how the company’s tools work with all kinds of data storage devices.

Oleg Afonin

Editor: Oleg Afonin, Technical Writer

Oleg Afonin is an expert in mobile forensics, data recovery and computer systems. He often attends large data security conferences, and writes several blogs for such resources as xaker.ru, Elcomsoft and Habr. In addition to his online activities, Oleg’s articles are also published in professional magazines. Also, Oleg Afonin is the co-author of a well-known book, Mobile Forensics - Advanced Investigative Strategies.


Questions and answers

  • What is the purpose of the .VEXE format and how does it differ from other file formats?

    The .VEXE format is a proprietary file format used by the virtual machine software called Virtual Executable (VEXE). The purpose of this format is to package and distribute software applications in a self-contained manner, allowing them to be executed on any system that has the VEXE virtual machine installed.

    The .VEXE format differs from other file formats, such as .EXE (executable) or .ZIP (compressed archive), in several ways:

    1. Platform Independence: VEXE files can run on different operating systems as long as the VEXE virtual machine is available. This allows software developers to create applications that can be executed on multiple platforms without the need for platform-specific versions.
    2. Virtual Machine Execution: Unlike traditional executable files, VEXE files are not directly executed by the operating system. Instead, they are executed by the VEXE virtual machine, which emulates the necessary hardware and software environment for the application to run. This abstraction layer provides increased security and compatibility.
    3. Packaging and Distribution: VEXE files contain all the necessary resources and dependencies required by the application, such as code, data, libraries, and assets. This self-contained nature simplifies the packaging and distribution process, as developers do not need to worry about managing separate files or dependencies.
    4. Code Protection: The VEXE format often includes mechanisms for code obfuscation and encryption to protect the intellectual property of the software. This makes reverse engineering and unauthorized modification of the application more difficult.

    Overall, the purpose of the .VEXE format is to enable cross-platform compatibility, simplify application distribution, and provide enhanced security for software applications.

  • How can I convert a file from a different format to the .VEXE format?

    To convert a file from a different format to the .VEXE format, you can follow these steps:

    1. Identify the software or tool that supports the .VEXE format. VEXE is a file extension commonly associated with V-IDE, a programming environment for V language. Make sure you have V-IDE installed on your computer.
    2. Open V-IDE and create a new project or open an existing one.
    3. In the project workspace, locate the file you want to convert. If the file is not already in the project, you may need to import or add it to the project.
    4. Once the file is added to the project, right-click on it and select "Compile" or "Build" option. This will compile the file and generate the executable (.VEXE) output.
    5. Specify the desired output location and provide a name for the .VEXE file.
    6. Click on the "Compile" or "Build" button to start the conversion process. The software will convert the file to .VEXE format.
    7. Once the conversion is complete, you will have the file in .VEXE format, which is ready to be executed.

    Note: The steps mentioned above are specific to converting files using V-IDE. If you are referring to a different .VEXE format or software, please provide more details for accurate instructions.

  • Are there any limitations or compatibility issues with using .VEXE formats in certain operating systems or software programs?

    Yes, there can be limitations and compatibility issues with using .VEXE formats in certain operating systems or software programs.

    1. Operating System Compatibility: .VEXE files are primarily associated with Veeam Endpoint Backup, a backup and recovery software. Therefore, they may only be compatible with operating systems that support this software. If the operating system does not support Veeam Endpoint Backup, it may not be able to open or execute the .VEXE files.
    2. Software Compatibility: .VEXE files may not be compatible with all software programs. They are specifically designed to work with Veeam Endpoint Backup, so attempting to open or execute these files with other software may result in compatibility issues. Other backup and recovery software may have their own file formats, which may not be compatible with .VEXE files.
    3. Version Compatibility: Compatibility issues may also arise if there is a mismatch between the version of Veeam Endpoint Backup used to create the .VEXE file and the version installed on the system attempting to open or execute it. In such cases, the file may not function correctly or may not be recognized at all.

    It is always recommended to check the system requirements and compatibility of the software and operating system before attempting to use .VEXE files.

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