[MLB-WIRELESS] Data Recovery tools?

Stuart Deagan deagan at gmail.com
Mon Mar 22 18:36:00 EST 2010

Runtime Get data back for NTFS is the best one I've used of late when I
accidentally formatted a partion.

 Easy Recovery Professional I've also used another time when my hdd crashed
and lost the MFT. It seems to be designed specifically around microsoft
office files, but again works for anything. Wasn't quite 100% (couple of
corrupted JPEGS) etc, but still pretty good. Might be your only option if
its fat32.

On Mon, Mar 22, 2010 at 6:26 PM, Mark Aitken <nodegxt at yahoo.com.au> wrote:

> Hi,
> A friends son has lost all his VCE notes off his usb key, (why people
> dont back up is beyond me!!!!),  anyway,  they asked the Gamer nextdoor
> and then they ask me.......
> I am currently going through the mass of so called data recovery tools
> available on the net both free and pay varieties with mixed results.
> One, ParetoLogic data Recovery reports back a heap of files but I am
> suspicious  of unknown software that is just  to good to be true!  Bit
> like  "lets scan your computer
> for  malware....OMG,  we have found heaps,  buy our product and we will
> save you!!!!!!!"
> So,  what are your recommendations for tools?
> S far I have tried,
> ParetoLogic
> Recuva
> Pandora Recovery
> and a few others.
> Any assistance, ideas, sources, most appreciated.
> Regards
> Mark
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