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Giveaway of the day — GRT Deleted Files Recovery

GRT Deleted Files Recovery é uma solução fácil e rápida de recuperar dados.
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GRT Deleted Files Recovery esteve disponível como oferta em 6 de outubro de 2009

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GRT Deleted Files Recovery é uma solução fácil e rápida de recuperar dados. Não é necessária nenhuma habilidade específica para recuperar seus arquivos. Faça o download do GRT Data Recovery agora para fazer a recuperação de arquivos, ou para desformatar e recuperar dados de diskettes, zip drives, midias smart, flash compacto ou outras midias removíveis.
GRT Deleted Files Recovery ajuda você a recuperar arquivos perdidos de partições FAT16, FAT32 e NTFS.

Recursos:

  • Suporta arquivos de sistema FAT12, FAT16, FAT32, NTFS.
  • Recupera arquivos deletados até depois que a Lixeira tiver sido esvaziada ou mesmo que a tecla Shift+Del tenha sido usada.
  • Fornece uma interface gráfica do usuário.
  • Não é necessária nenhuma habilidade técnica ou de recuperação de dados.
  • Recuperação de arquivos de pastas Perdidas ou Desaparecidas.
  • Multi-Disk Drive Support - Suporta os discos rígidos IDE, ATA, USB e SCSI.

Requisitos do Sistema:

Windows 2000, XP, 2003, Vista and Windows 7

Publicado por:

GRTSoft

Página Oficial:

http://www.grtsoft.com/recover-deleted-files/

Tamanho do arquivo:

2.03 MB

Preço:

$49.95

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#5

The Good
* Scans quickly.
* Supports scanning of internal hard drive and external media (USB/flash drives and external hard drives).

The Bad
* Horrible recovery rate (only reads from MFT?).
* Shows all non-deleted files; no way to turn this off either.
* No way to go back to step 1 after you get to step 2 (bar closing and reopening program).
* "Preview" of files does not work.
* Does not specify the "recoverability" of files.
* No help file or proper documentation.

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Ashraf  –  11 years ago  –  Você achou esse comentário útil? sim | não (+137)
#4

This apears to be a cut down version of the already spartan GRT Data Recovery software offered here on September 7th 2009 at http://www.giveawayoftheday.com/grt-data-recovery/

Compare screen shots and spot the difference!

http://www.grtsoft.com/files/und-scr1.png

http://www.grtsoft.com/files/dr-scr.png

TK  –  11 years ago  –  Você achou esse comentário útil? sim | não (+53)
#3

This Software is published several times on this Site. But "EASEUS Data Recovery Wizard Professional" is much advanced then this. So I advice every body not to download this. PC becomes much slower than normal. So ne'er install this.
If you have any queries regarding this, please feel free to contact me at "sukha.sukhjinder@gmail.com".
Thanks!

H. Gates  –  11 years ago  –  Você achou esse comentário útil? sim | não (+31)
#2

Running GRT Deleted Files Recovery & Recuva 64 in win7 64 RC, scanned a 1 TB drive I use exclusively for temporary data storage (drive backups, movies, VMs etc), which at the moment is about 1/3 full. To make things easier I selected 7 text files (logs) that Recuva 64 showed as Orange (maybe iffy) & recovered them in both apps. The results were identical with 2 of the 7 files containing parts of other files, & a 3rd containing none of the original log. GRT Deleted Files Recovery had none of the options in Recuva 64 -- no ratings, no choice of views, no deep scan, & wouldn't even minimize -- but in this case the results were the same. As #13 pointed out, mileage with this sort of app varies, so with the app taking up less than 2 MB I'll use PortableAppCreator [from the forums @ portableapps.com], & stick it on a rescue USB stick (just in case)... hopefully I'll never have reason to fire it up again. :-) [BTW, if you use/have USB sticks for rescue, with apps, whatever, Odin seems to work nicely to create a backup image -- Paragon & most others won't work for USB stick images]

Otherwise, it can help to store anything that changes often -- say any new docs or video or images you're working on -- on another drive/partition... Windows writes to the system drive constantly, so you've got a much greater chance of any deleted files on that drive being overwritten, making them unrecoverable. If you do need to recover a file or files, act quickly to make sure nothing else is written to that drive, even if it means powering off your system, but after that it usually pays to be a bit patient. By 1st creating an *exact* image of the drive with the lost data, then restoring that image to another drive or partition, you have something to work with, even if the original drive is failing, & you don't have to worry about data being overwritten -- worst case just restore the image again.

To help out, Easeus free Disc Copy is an iso file you burn to CD, creating a bootable disc with image backup/restore -- handy if you don't have or can't access earlier backup GOTDs from Paragon. And DrDD- DataRescue's DD freeware has options to help get that data off of problem drives.

Once you have an exact image of the drive with the lost files, don't forget Windows' System Restore -- ya never know when you'll get lucky. Of course it will write to the drive with the files you're hoping to recover, so the image comes 1st. If you're in Vista or 7, the free Shadow Explorer might help out -- it lets you look for & restore individual files rather than having to restore everything.

mike  –  11 years ago  –  Você achou esse comentário útil? sim | não (+9)
#1

#13, John, when people claim that some other recovery software works better than Recuva, I'm always strongly inclined to suspect that the wrong options were used with Recuva. First of all, make sure that you're using the latest version, as it's updated frequently (I always let it check for updates). If you're using the wizard, don't restrict it. For File type, always select Other (Show all files). For File location, let it search everywhere ("I'm not sure"), or an entire logical drive ("In a specific location", specifying the entire drive). Do not Enable Deep Scan for normal cases, that's for cases where the drive has been quick-formatted or the partition or file tables have been damaged. If you use the wizard, after the scan completes, you can switch to Advanced mode, where you can set the Options (of course, you need to do a new scan if you change Scanning options).

Do not use the (logical) drive which has the data that you want to recover, and do not recover to that drive.

Fubar  –  11 years ago  –  Você achou esse comentário útil? sim | não (+8)

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