DataRecovery recovers deleted files even if they have been purged from the recycle bin. You can also search for deleted files by partial string in the filename. There is a feature to wipe out deleted files. It supports FAT12, FAT16, FAT32, NTFS, EFS file systems.
Note: DataRecovery doesn’t assure that all files deleted can be recovered successfully.
- FAT12,FAT16,FAT32,NTFS undeletion
- undelete NTFS compressed files
- undelete EFS encrypted files
- wipe out deleted files never to be recovered again
- runnable from USB memory or floppy disk
- search by partial string in the file name
- undelete whole files in a directory
- undelete multiple files by selecting them with Shift/Ctrl key
- sort items displayed by clicking column headers
- rename file to be recovered by right-click on the file in the list
- neither installation nor DLLs is needed
- Windows Vista supported
- You need "administrator account" to run DataRecovery at WinNT/2000/XP/Vista.
- To wipe out deleted files, DataRecovery directly write NULL to disc.
- On FAT volume, first character of the file name is sometimes overwritten by delete-code on deletion. In that case the lost character is replaced by "$" on the list displayed.
- On Windows Vista, Never to destroy OS, you can Not wipe files in system drive.
- Norton UnErase keeps DataRecovery from scanning deleted files.
- Total wiping on system drive might cause serious problem.
- "Full scan" for NTFS is effective in such a case where you quick-formatted drives. But this would take long time, so try it only when you could not find wanted files through normal scan.
- Download the ZIP package and extract to a folder of your choice. Launch DataRecovery.exe. DataRecovery doesn’t need to be installed. Just unpack the archive you downloaded and it’s runnable.
- DataRecovery doesn’t install anything, so no registry entries or initialization files are left on your computer when you delete the directory of DataRecovery.
System Requirements: Win95 / Win98 / WinME / WinNT / Win2K / WinXP / Vista
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