ZAR is a comprehensive data recovery solution for FAT, NTFS, XFS, and ext2/3/4 volumes, including those on RAID0, RAID10, or RAID5. Includes free digital picture retrieval feature and an automatic scan for partitioning info.
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Windows ME, Windows NT, Windows 2000, Windows XP, Windows 2003, Windows Vista, Windows CE
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Description: ZAR is a powerful data recovery solution that can recover all kinds of files from FAT, NTFS, XFS, and ext2/3/4 volumes. Supports native NTFS compression. Working from within Windows XP/Vista/7, ZAR can recover simple volumes or those located on RAID0, RAID10, or RAID5. ZAR also includes free digital image retrieval feature and an automatic scan for partitioning information. Zero Assumption Recovery works in read-only mode, which means that it does not modify the affected drive and thus there is no risk of incurring any additional damage. A small drawback of this approach is that you have to have another data storage (typically another HDD) available with which to transfer your data.
Zero Assumption Digital Image Recovery 1.2 Our standalone digital image recovery tool has been discontinued. The freeware image recovery functions are now integrated into ZAR (version 7.8 and up). Our standalone digital
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