Whether you have accidentally deleted important data from your digital camera, a USB flash drive or your laptop or desktop computer, you might think that there is no way of ever getting it back. In other situations, data loss may be caused by a logical drive failure, in which case you may not even be able to boot up your computer. If this happens, it can be stressful enough, but there are usually ways in which you can get back the data which you've lost. If you accidentally formatted or deleted a hard drive or partition, you can use powerful third-party software to unformat hard drive partitions, and in most cases, get back the files intact. Unformat is one of the industry-leading tools for the job, and best of all, it is affordable and user-friendly.
To recover formatted hard drive data or files stored on any other kind of digital storage media, you will need such software to recover it. Unformat exploits the fact, that when data is deleted either by way of emptying the Recycle Bin or formatting any type of digital storage media, the files themselves are not actually deleted. Although Windows and other devices and operating systems will warn you before you 'permanently' delete a file, this is somewhat of a misnomer. The previously occupied space is merely marked by the operating system as available to other data copy and creation operations, but until data overwrites the original data, you should be able to get it back intact. For this reason, you should turn to data recovery software as soon as you notice that there is a problem.
Unformat supports digital storage devices of all types supported by Windows, Apple Macintosh and any Linux-based file systems. This includes digital camera memory cards, USB flash drives, microSD cards used in mobile phones, hard disk drives and solid state drives. Whether you need to recover data from a formatted hard drive or any kind of external media, Unformat should be able to help you. The interface makes it easy for absolute beginners to get started, and a detailed instruction manual will walk you through the process. The latest version adds thirty new pre-defined file signatures to help you find recoverable files of just about any type you are ever likely to need. More advanced users may also want to take advantage of the built-in scripting engine to define custom file signatures.
There are two versions of Unformat. The standard version provides all of the features covered above, while the Professional version provides various additional features for power users and more advanced users. This version includes the latest edition of Active@ Boot Disk Lite, a boot disk creator based on the WinPE 3.1 operating system which allows users to use a completely self-contained operating environment. This is ideal in situations where data needs to be recovered from the system hard drive itself, or on computers which have become unworkable due to data loss. Find out more about this powerful software at http://www.unformat.com/ .
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Jeff Perez is a data recovery expert who helps his clients to unformat hard disk partitions and recover data from other storage devices, such as those used with mobile phones and digital cameras.
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