Recover my hard drive files

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Recovering my hard drive files
It is inevitable. Outside of my Corporate environment, I am called upon once or twice a year, to recover someone’s files from a dead drive. People know they should back up, but simply do not. Bill Detwiler does a video series for TechRepublic called IT Dojo. Typically, pretty good stuff. I will certainly give this tip a try…

Video: Restore files from a damaged hard drive with ZAR

Zero Assumption Recovery
Sometimes disaster strikes.
Data can be lost due to many different reasons. Accidental reformatting, power spikes, virus attacks and hardware malfunction are some of the scenarios where you will find yourself looking for a data recovery solution.

Zero Assumption Recovery provides a suite of highly effective and thorough data recovery software for Microsoft® Windows™ operating systems. We pride ourselves on having created tools that stand out from the crowd – our do it yourself data recovery software is far more persistent than many of the other solutions on the market. Even when you think your hard drive is beyond salvation, ZAR carries on crawling – and ultimately achieves the result.

ZAR is suitable for home users and small businesses who need a powerful data recovery solution for FAT16/FAT32/NTFS file systems. The default settings are reliable and thorough, but more technical users can benefit from a wealth of optional configurations.

Free to try crippled version
$50 complete

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