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[*] Post 335671 posted on 13-5-2008 at 22:42 Reply With Quote
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I need to acquire a piece of recovery software. I have a hard drive that I use to keep my Doc. txt. Mp3. and various other information. It is not a primary hard drive. (250 GB WD) There was an accident and the information was erased, but not formatted. I have used some free software to look in and see if I can retrieve the info and it appears as though I can. It has recovered the Jpeg's so far and then if I want I can go back and get the WMA's. The program is slow and not as good as I would like. (The software is pci_us_smart-recovery) I need a good program and am willing to pay for it, however I would like to try it out first and make sure that it will do what I want it to. I have had this happen to me before, so I really need a good one. All help is appreciated
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[*] Post 335684 posted on 14-5-2008 at 01:19 Reply With Quote


http://www.runtime.org/data-recovery-downloads.htm

Or

http://www.recovermyfiles.com/

Both IIRC, have trial versions available.

Or I've used R-Studio before with some success. (Google it)
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[*] Post 335736 posted on 14-5-2008 at 14:08 Reply With Quote


Get data back NT is another good one.

HAve a look here:http://www.runtime.org/recoverability.htm
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