Active@ File Recovery is a file recovery software. Large disks are supported (large than 2TB), improved Extended Scan algorithms, recovery for all Windows versions supported. Recovers deleted files from damaged, formatted or reformatted partitions.
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Active@ UNERASER 220.127.116.11 Active@ UNERASER is a powerful hard drive recovery software for DOS and Windows (Console) that can recover deleted files and folders on FAT12, FAT16, FAT32 and NTFS file systems.
Active@ UNDELETE Files 7.4 UNDELETE Files is a data recovery software designed to recover lost, deleted and formatted data from hard drives, floppy disks, dynamic volumes, hardware or software RAIDs.
Description: Active@ File Recovery is a file recovery software. It recovers deleted files as a result of having been accidentally deleted, formatted or otherwise lost, and includes a Partition Recovery tool. Full installation package of Active@ File Recovery now includes a bootable disk image. The Enterprise package of Active@ File Recovery can be launched from the bootable CD to work with a crashed or failing computer system.
This file recovery software recovers photos and pictures if they were deleted from flash media, or lost due to formatting a memory card. Active@ File Recovery has full support for multi-language character sets (Unicode), recovers files and folders having names containing non-English characters.
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