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November 29, 2010

Recover Data introduces Data Recovery Software 2.0

Scanning result, searches corrupted, damaged and formatted windows file system/partition

By CBR Staff Writer

Data recovery offerings provider Recover Data has introduced new Data Recovery Software 2.0 and also its FAT & NTFS data recovery utility tool with enhanced recovery capabilities.

The company said that the new data recovery software uses newly developed proprietary technology, that enables the software to provide faster scanning results, searches corrupted, damaged and formatted windows file system/partition, support more file formats and includes prosperous set of user friendly feature.

Recover Data said that Virus/Trojans attacks in storage media; bad sectors in hard drive; hardware malfunction; software malfunction; accidental shutdown; and file system corruption are various reasons for a file to get deleted.

However, if any file is lost due to above mentions reasons then the new offering enables any technical or non technical users to recover the data in a few minutes, Recover Data said.

The new Windows data recovery software features include: recover data from lost/formatted/deleted partitions; recover files that have been deleted from ‘Recycle Bin’; recover data from formatted windows partition; and supports all versions of 98, ME, XP, 2000, 2003, Vista and 2007.

The company said that the software is fully robust to recover data lost from deleted, formatted or corrupted FAT16, FAT32, NTFS, NTFS4 & NTFS5 file systems.

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