FILERECOVERY® Professional can scan and find lost partitions, boot sectors and other file system components. FILERECOVERY® Professional can detect drives even if they are not visible in explorer. The full directory structure of the drive is displayed (Even on NTFS Drives where it is recoverable) and the built in search feature makes finding files much easier. The Recovery Wizard allows even novice users to successfully recover lost data.
FILERECOVERY® Professional allows data recovery from:
FILERECOVERY® Professional can recover files from The EFS as well as from Compressed Drives and Folders in NTFS. The recommended method is to recover to a compressed or encrypted drive. If this is impossible then an import/export tool is provided. Click here to download.
FILERECOVERY® Professional is w WIN32 Application that uses direct hardware access. It was designed to run on i386 compatible platforms only. The software has not been tested on emulated systems, Macintosh Platforms or other processor platforms that may be available.
We have experienced no problems with IDE or SCSI Drives and have successfully tested the software on FireWire and USB 2.0 Disk Drives.
*FILERECOVERY® Professional is NOT compatible with recovering CD ROMS, CDR's or CDRW's but these devices can be used for storage if they are mounted as Direct CD's - as long as the data being recovered is not on the system drive.
NEW FORENSIC FEATURE: You can now print a list of all deleted files on drive with all their information including; Creation Date, Modified Date and Accessed Date so a record can be kept of what was found on the drive. This feature is indispensable for forensic investigations or security investigations.
Recommended Hardware Configuration:
System Requirements and Compatibility:
Any IBM Compatible PC running Windows® 9x,Me,NT,2000 or XP. FILERECOVERY® is not currently compatible with compressed or encrypted drives. A mouse is suggested but not required. Users should have Administrator Privileges when using FILERECOVERY® in Windows® NT/2000/XP. You will need a separate drive to save the files to upon recovery. FILERECOVERY® cannot write files back to the source drive.