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Giveaway of MiniTool Power Data Recovery Personal

Posted In Backup - Recover - By Techtiplib on Saturday, July 19th, 2014 With No Comments »

MiniTool Power Data Recovery is an all in one and that helps you in recovering all your important data lost after accidental format, virus problems, software malfunction, file/directory deletion, or even sabotage. It not only recovers data from hard disk and RAID device, but also supports to recover data from CD, DVD, Blue-Ray disks, memory card, memory stick, USB flash drive, iPod, etc.

Data Recovery

As an all in one data recovery software suite, MiniTool Power Data Recovery includes five data recovery modules:

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  • Undelete Recovery – Recover deleted files emptied from the Windows Recycle Bin and even files deleted by using SHIFT+DELETE key
  • Damaged Partition Recovery – Recover files from damage partitions
  • Lost Partition Recovery
  • Digital Media Recovery
  • CD/DVD Recovery

Features:

  • Supported file systems: FAT 12/16/32 (used by hard disks, disks, Smartmedia™, Compact Flash™, Memory Stick and other), NTFS (used by hard drives), ISO9660, Joliet, UDF (used by CD/DVD disk)
  • Supported device: IDE/ATA, SATA, SCSI, USB, Firewire(IEEE1394) Hard Disk and other media such as USB flash drive, memory stick, memory card, Digital camera, and Digital audio player and so on. (including iPod)
  • Easy to use and 4 steps to recover your lost data. No technical knowledge is needed
  • Ability to scan all volumes in a local machine and build a directory tree of all lost and deleted files
  • Saving data to any windows drive is possible including network drives, removable media,..
  • Supports NTFS compressed and encrypted files
  • Supported Dynamic Volume: Simple Volume, Spanned Volume, Stripe Volume, Mirror Volume, Raid-5 Volume
  • Ability to load the previous recovery result

System Requirements: Windows 98/Me/NT/2000/XP/2003

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