Recover Compressed Files
The data recovery program finds and recovers compressed files that have been deleted.
Recover Encrypted Files
The data recovery software finds and recovers encrypted files that have been deleted.
The data recovery program finds and recovers email files that have been deleted.
The data recovery software finds and recovers files that are located on hard drives on different networks.
Create Image Files
The data recovery software creates an exact image of a drive and saves it to another drive, which can be then opened to recover files at a later time.
Data recovery program recovers data that's been accidentally deleted from a hard drive after it's been formatted or modified by Fdisk.
Partition was Changed/Deleted
If a partition of a formatted drive has been deleted, the data recovery software finds and restores the data.
Disks with Bad Sectors
Data recovery software can find and restore data, even if the hard drive or CD/DVD has a bad sector.
Restores from Unbootable Hard Drive
This software will allow you to restore data from an un-bootable hard drive. However, in order to do this some of the Data Recovery software will require a separate hard drive, USB drive, or other multimedia device to do so.
Note: If you are looking to recover data from an un bootable hard drive then you need to remove the damaged hard drive from your machine and set it as the slave to another hard drive on a different machine. Once you boot up the other machine then you can install the program on that machine and restore your data. Do not install the software on the damaged hard drive.
An acronym for Intelligent Drive Electronics or Integrated Drive Electronics, which is an interface for mass storage devices that has a controller integrated directly into the disk or CD ROM drive.
An acronym for Small Computer Systems Interface (pronounced "SCUZZY"), which is a standard interface for connecting external units like disks, tape drives, CD players, scanners and so on to a computer.
Serial Advanced Technology Attachment or SATA is a newer standard for connecting hard drives into computer systems that's based on serial signaling technology.
An acronym for Redundant Arrays of Inexpensive Disks, which combines multiple small, inexpensive disk drives into an array that yields performance exceeding that of a single large expensive drive.
External Hard Drives
External Hard Drives are hard drives that are connected to the computer, usually via a USB port.
There are many different forms of removable media, including floppy discs, USB drives, CDs, DVDs and so on.
A newer file system developed by Microsoft that's an upgrade of the NTFS.
An acronym for New Technology File System, which is the file system for the Windows NT/2000/XP Operating Systems. NTFS cannot be accessed by other operating systems such as DOS and is designed to provide increased reliability and security.
Stands for a 32-bit File Allocation Table, which is a method of storing information on a hard disk that supports drives up to two terabytes and pathnames greater than 256 characters.
An older version of the FAT file system that's based on 16-bit integers, which has a limitation with respect to the size of partitions it can handle.
An older version of the FAT file system that's based on 12-bit integers, which has a limitation with respect to the size of partitions it can handle.
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