Do Your Data Recovery 5.8 (giveawayoftheday)
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Do Your Data Recovery 5.8 (giveawayoftheday)

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Found 8th Aug 2017Edited by:"matth9999"
A competent data recovery program, full version today only - better than most of the free ones, and no trial limits.

Get it before you need it, you never know when you might - also great for snooping second hand disk drives that were merely formatted and not properly erased
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johnnyd57uk15 m ago

Giving away so much information I can see myself getting loads of …Giving away so much information I can see myself getting loads of unsolicited emails by signing up for this. Will give it a miss



No future support is provided, so just use temp / disposable email service to receive download link. Example disposable email service at temp-mail.org/en/
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Giving away so much information I can see myself getting loads of unsolicited emails by signing up for this. Will give it a miss
One of the comments from the users who tried it.

"The Most Powerful Windows Data Recovery Software ??????

Very simple software
You cannot even choose the directory for files that can be retrieved. This involves scanning the entire disk or partition.

I suggest to the developer to go and see what RECUVA or EASEUS data recovery (freeware versions) do."


In what way is it better than the free ones?
I found Recuva's results to be most disappointing and Easus free is limited to 2GB.

My standard and unscientific test being the "formatted disk recovery" - there may be better ways to do that
Edited by: "matth9999" 8th Aug 2017
johnnyd57uk15 m ago

Giving away so much information I can see myself getting loads of …Giving away so much information I can see myself getting loads of unsolicited emails by signing up for this. Will give it a miss



No future support is provided, so just use temp / disposable email service to receive download link. Example disposable email service at temp-mail.org/en/
thanks for the tips
Can this recover corrupted partitions / corrupted drives that Windows isn't reading / recognising?
Just had a look at this software. Looks like crappy low rent freeware.
Use crystal disk info to see if the drive is in a good enough state to work on. If it is bad you want to copy everything onto another good drive using something like ddrescue. Then work on repairing corruption on the good cloned one. Working on bad disk will further reduce its life.
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