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Giveaway of the day — MultiStage Recovery 4.1

MultiStage Recovery é um recuperador profissional de softwares para o Windows.
$49 EXPIRADO
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MultiStage Recovery 4.1 esteve disponível como oferta em 23 de fevereiro de 2010

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MultiStage Recovery é um software de recuperação de arquivos profissional para o Windows. Ele é desenhado para rapidamente recuperar arquivos de discos rígidos, diskettes, flash drives, cartões de memória e da maioria dos demais dispositivos de armazenagem. O programa suporta todos os sistemas de arquivo do Window incluindo o NTFS/NTFS5, FAT12/FAT16/FAT32/VFAT. Com um algoritmo otimizado e um sistema de cache embutido, esta ferramenta faz um scanner de rapidez incrível em discos rígidos.

O recurso mais importante do MultiStage Recovery é que ele encontra absolutamente tudo o que pode ser recuperado. Este não é o caso com os concorrentes do MultiStage Recovery, cujos softwares com frequência encontram e mostram arquivos irrecuperáveis somente para mostrar maior quantidade. O caso com o software do concorrente é que tais dados já foram perdidos, então não podem ser recuperados.

Requisitos do Sistema:

Windows NT/2000/2003 Server/XP/Vista/Windows 7

Publicado por:

Enplase Research

Página Oficial:

http://multistagerecovery.com/file-recovery/Home.html

Tamanho do arquivo:

3.10 MB

Preço:

$49

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#2

Programa pra lá de bom, é eficiente e executa com precisão a "Recuperação"!
Assino embaixo!

Responder   |   Gilmar  –  8 years ago  –  Você achou esse comentário útil? sim | não (0)
#1

um bom programa...recuperou quase todas minha musicas e videos...

Responder   |   lucio lima  –  8 years ago  –  Você achou esse comentário útil? sim | não (0)
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#5

The Good
* Has different levels of scanning.
* Can preview files before restoring.
* You can restore multiple files at once.
* Can scan internal hard drives, disk images, and external media.
* Has a built in search tool.

The Bad
* OK recovery rate.
* Very slow.
* Program crashes when trying to scan whole hard drive(s).
* Not very clear on the "recoverability" of a file.
* Always starts fully maximized.

Free Alternatives
Testdisk & PhotoRec
DiskDigger

For final verdict, recommendations, and full review please click here.

Ashraf  –  8 years ago  –  Você achou esse comentário útil? sim | não (+100)
#4

Enplase keeps working on this, and there are some improvements, but my opinion remains the same as always, which is that it's very buggy and will remain so. Of course, there's the question of why one would want to compete in a crowded field with excellent software, including freeware. MultiStage Recovery lists all sorts of unrecoverable files as recoverable. MultiStage Recovery doesn't work right and errors-out on my virtual drive.

I still prefer Recuva for most purposes. The latest version, 1.35.472, is interesting. I noticed that a deep scan yields completely different results from a quick scan (as opposed to simply more potentially recoverable files). A quick scan found a few files which it said had an excellent chance of recovery, but they weren't recoverable. A deep scan said all of those files were overwritten, but found recoverable files. While a deep scan is much slower, if my PC isn't otherwise occupied, it only takes a few minutes and returns useful results. Of course, not all files listed as recoverable really are. Recuva never has problems with virtual drives. As I've stated previously, use the slim installer or the portable version on the Builds page. I did notice some strangeness with 1.35.472. Using the thumbnail view, I noticed that many image files which were marked as unrecoverable had valid images. I thought that the files had been overwritten and I was looking at the files which had done the overwriting, but when I checked them, Recuva said that they were overwritten by themselves, which obviously wasn't correct.

PhotoRec can scan for a huge variety of files, but most are formats which I don't use, and it lacks some formats which I do use.

Partition Find and Mount looks interesting, but I don't have a corrupted drive to test it on. It's overpriced for what it does, but you can use the free version, which limits disk I/O bandwidth. It would probably work with Recuva, which would enable Recuva to work on drives which otherwise don't have mountable volumes.

Fubar  –  8 years ago  –  Você achou esse comentário útil? sim | não (+60)
#3

Crashed on XP while scanning whole drives.
Seems to be a major bug.

Vibhor  –  8 years ago  –  Você achou esse comentário útil? sim | não (+55)
#2

I have never commented on a product before but this offer begs comment.

Telling people software recovery equates to the services of data recovery services is complete and utter nonsense. Most of the time data recovery requires HDD being disassembled and the platters removed to actually work.

If a file is recoverable then most freeware will work.
Trying to justify a hefty price tag with bullsh@t statements tells me these people either don't understand data recovery or are just scamming people out of money.

You will not be able to recover data from a damaged HDD with software if the drive cannot be accessed or the platter, heads, motor, pc board are damaged.

I agree data recovery is vulgarly expensive when sent to a lab with a clean room, but there are NO software programs which will recover data from an inaccessible drive. It is not possible.

Freeware options for recovery from an accessible drive: TestDisk (Windows/Mac/Linux), Recuva (Windows), PhotoRec (Windows/Mac/Linux), Restoration (Windows), DiskDigger (Windows)<will also work with usb, flash drives, memory cards and supports 64 bit OS

Christophe  –  8 years ago  –  Você achou esse comentário útil? sim | não (+46)
#1

I tried this software a few years ago when I had accidentally deleted about 150+ photos (that I had JUST taken) from a SD card while on a trip to the Smokies. If I recall correctly, the best it could do was show me some of the fragmented files that were left over, but nothing more. In fact, I tried several different programs that basically all did the same thing - nothing. I finally broke down and purchased EASEUS Data Recovery Wizard after trying the demo which had found ALL the files & assured me it could recover them. It worked like a charm and recovered every single file, although one was too badly corrupted. But I can accept a loss of 1 out of 150+. Long story short, THIS software offered today is not worth the download, in my opinion. If you need to recover an important file and this doesn't help, I would have to recommend trying the EASEUS demo version, then make your decision from there.

Scott  –  8 years ago  –  Você achou esse comentário útil? sim | não (+39)

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