Description: Software for data recovery to recover corrupt/damaged/deleted files from hard drive. Recover your lost or deleted files of hard drive with SysTools Hard Drive Data Recovery Software. Software to recover deleted data helps you to get back all of your data from hard drive easily. Our software for data recovery easily recovers data that was corrupt, damaged or deleted due to given reasons:
• Lost due to bad sector
• File corruption
• Accidental file deletion
• Virus attack
• MBR corruption.
It also recovers deleted email items, photos, images, songs, movies etc without causing any damage to them in a few amount of time. SysTools Hard Drive Data Recovery software supports to recover data from FAT16, FAT32, NTFS4 and NTFS5 file systems. Our Data Restore Software is compatible with Windows 7, Vista, 2003, XP, 2000, 98; Me. Software is very easy to use and navigate. You can recover your data using few simple steps.
There are no technical skills required to handle this software for data recovery. Download Demo version of SysTools Hard Drive Data Recovery software and get familiar with the software working. It allows you the scan & preview of the recovered files; it would not allow the files to be saved. After satisfaction, you can purchase licensed version of SysTools Hard Drive Data Recovery software at $49.
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