data recovery

iRecover – added 1/10/2007

iRecover works as a Windows based, read-only data recovery utility for FAT, FAT32 and NTFS which recovers data even if the hard drive’s partition table, boot record, FAT/MFT or root directory is lost or damaged. iRecover analyzes the damaged source and rebuilds a “virtual file system” in memory. From this virtual file system you can recover data by copying it to an intact drive.

FlopShow – added 1/5/2007

FlopShow is a file recovery and file undelete software for FAT12 partitions (floppies).Like any other recovery-undeletion utility this program also don’t offer you 100 % recovery or undeletion. The recovered/undeleted files may or may not be corrupt.

eDATA Unerase Personal Edition – added 1/2/2007

eDATA Unerase Personal Edition restores files that have been deleted through normal methods, including accidental deletions from the recycle bin.

Zero Assumption Digital Image Recovery – added 1/3/2007

Zero Assumption Digital Image Recovery is a recovery software to recover digital images in GIF, JPEG, TIFF, CRW, Canon RAW data, MOV QuickTime movies, WAV, and Canon CR2 RAW format.

Avira UnErase Personal – added 1/1/2007

Avira UnErase recovers data that have been deleted from the hard drive – either accidentally or as a result of a virus infection, an uninstaller or defective software. The danger of important data being lost forever is averted with Avira UnErase.

Undelete Plus – added 11/28/2006

Undelete Plus can be a quick and effective way to retrieve accidentally deleted files, files removed from the Recycle Bin, in a DOS window, from a network drive, from Windows Explorer with the SHIFT key held down.

Ultimate Data Recovery – added 9/19/2006

Ultimate Data Recovery will help you rescue your lost or inaccessible files from any imaginable data recovery disaster. Ultimate Data Recovery works by analyzing your disk on a bit-by-bit level. This means it sees things that regular Windows programs can’t. It then uses it’s built-in intelligence to spot deleted files, and then attempts to recover them, so you can work with them as normal.

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