Have you deleted important data from your disk, or your hard drive became damaged, or you have formatted disk losing your important files and folders? GRT Soft offers data recovery software which can recover FAT volumes and restore your files.
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Windows ME, Windows 2000, Windows XP, Windows 2003, Windows Vista
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GRT Recover My File 2.6.1 Have you deleted important data from your disk, or your hard disk was damaged, or you formatted it losing your important files and folders? GRT Recover My File tool recovers your data in the original format.
Description: Have you removed personal data from your drive, or your hard drive became damaged, or you have reformatted disk losing your personal files and folders? Recover FAT is specifically designed for hard disks formatted on FAT file system to recover all your text documents, photos and other audio or video files lost or erased due to accidental formatted or corrupted disks and other reasons. GRT Recover FAT supports FAT12, FAT32, FAT16 partitions. Program recovers deleted documents even if recycle bin has been cleaned or use of Shift+Del command. GRT Recover FAT provides easy-to-use GUI. Thre is no technical or data restore skills are required. Restoration works after data lost due to damaged,formatted,deleted or corrupted drives. Program supports Windows 2003, XP, Vista, 2000 7 OS and works with ATA, USB, IDE, SCSI hard drives.
GRT NTFS Undelete 2.6 Have you deleted important files from your hard drive? GRT NTFS Undelete is easy-to-use and fast software. No data recovery special skills are required to recover your files. GRT
Microsoft's Fat File System Patent Under Scrutiny NEW YORK -- The United States Patent and Trademark Office has issued an Order granting the Public Patent Foundation's Request for Reexamination of Microsoft's patent on the FAT file system, which Microsoft concedes is "the ubiquitous format used for ...