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An advanced undelete tool used for recovering documents, photos, archives and files of other types deleted from any storage media.
File Size: 1.37 MB
License: Free to try
OS: Win95, 98, Me, NT, 2000, XP
Requirements: 32M RAM
20M free HD space
DiskInternals Uneraser can recover any deleted file, including documents, photos, mp3 and zip files, or even folders and damaged disks. In addition to HDD, the program supports any type of storage media (music sticks, cameras, flash drives, USB drives, etc)! It works with encrypted files and helps you recover data lost because of a virus attack or an employee's malicious behavior. No special skills needed; 100% FREE to try.
DiskInternals Uneraser recovers:
- Standard Windows Explorer interface, Drag and Drop support.
- Works under Microsoft?Windows?95, 98, ME, NT, 2000, XP, 2003 Server.
- Supported file systems: FAT12, FAT16, FAT32, NTFS (NT 4), NTFS5 (2000, XP).
- Supported hidden file systems: Hidden FAT12, Hidden FAT16, Hidden FAT32, Hidden NTFS
- Access to any hard disk partitions under any OS. (It is possible to recover files on NTFS under Win9x).
- Recovers compressed files (NTFS, NTFS5).
- Recovers encrypted files (NTFS5).
- Ignores file access rights (NTFS)
- Recognizes localized names.
- Long filenames support (FAT12,FAT16,FAT32)
- Saves folders with subfolders
- Several ways to recover a deleted file (FAT12,FAT16,FAT32)
- Correctly recovers files deleted in Windows?NT, 2000, XP (FAT32)
- Original algorithm for recovering deleted folders in Windows?NT, 2000, XP (FAT32)
- Recovered files can be saved on any (including network) disks visible to the host operating system.
- Creates image files for entire hard drives, logical drives, or their part. Such image files can be processed like regular disks.
From various storage media including:
- Files and Folders deleted from the Recycle Bin.
- Common folders such as My Documents, My Pictures and other.
- Photos deleted from digital cameras.
- Files and folders deleted from the command line.
- Files after virus or worm attack.
- Damaged disks (disks with bad sectors).
- Hard Drives
- Digital cameras
- Floppy disks
- Zip Disks
- Jaz Disks
- Sony Memory Sticks
- Compact Flash cards
- Smart Media
- Any USB disks