iCare Data Recovery Standard a fost chilipirul zilei în 1 martie 2013
iCare Data Recovery Standard este un program de deformatare şi recuperare fişiere şterse care poate restaura poze, video, melodii, date de pe hard diskuri, USB, flash drive, telefon mobil şi carduri de memorie. Vă pune la dispoziţie 4 tipuri de recuperare pentru fiecare pierdere de date cu ajutorul celor patru moduri de recuperare din fereastra principală a programului.
Windows8/ 7, Vista, XP, 2000 pro, Server 2008, 2003, 2000; CPU: at least with x86; RAM: at least 128 MB; Disk space: the minimum of the space is 32 MB; Interface language: English
Pe lângă toate caracteristicile de bază puse la dispoziţie de Standard Edition, iCare Data Recovery Pro ajută utilizatorii să restaureze fişierele de pe discuri dinamice, oferind în plus şi actualizări gratuite pentru viitoarele versiuni.
Un program cu care puteţi restaura gratuit după formatare 100M care ajută utilizatorii să restaureze fişiere după formatare, diskul nu prezintă eroare formatată.
iCare Card Recovery Pro a fost conceput pentru a ajuta utilizatorii să recupereze fişierele şterse precum poze, melodii, filme salvate pe tot felul de carduri de memorie, inclusiv pe des întâlnitele carduri SD (secure digital), card cf (flash compact), MMC (card multimedia), card XD, MiniSD, card media SDHC, MicroSD, etc., carduri folosite în special pe telefoanele mobile, camerele digitale şi alte dispozitive digitale.
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@BlankGuy, post #2: Quote: 'Never mind the Free Alternatives'.
Oh really? Why would you say that? After all, you claim to have 'used this product many times in the past'. Can't have used it that well, then, otherwise you'd know that iCare's own 'Free Alternative' is identical to all its other (over-priced) offerings: the Free version merely imposes a lower limit on recovery results. That, however, proved entirely academic when I ran the earlier version offered on GAOTD in, I think, 2011: iCare failed to perform anything like as well as the widely respected freeware Recuva from Piriform software, developers of the equally widely respected CCleaner:
nor did its results ordering and presentation possess anything like Recuva's clarity.
Fact is, far from denigrating 'Free Alternatives' and promoting iCare's paid-fors, you should note that iCare says this on its website:
"Free 100M format recovery utility, iCare Format Recovery is able to restore files after formatted drive no matter quick format or complete format, or reformat twice. It is also able to recover files from format related problems like drive has not been formatted, do you want to format it now error..."
Pretty impressive stuff, no? Yet strangely familiar, seeing as how Chengdu Yiwo Tech Development Software, publishers of the well-known Easeus product range, says on its website:
"As a powerful and free format recovery software, EaseUS Data Recovery Wizard Free Edition is able to restore files when you formatted drive no matter quick format or complete format, or reformat twice. It is also able to fix format related partition problems like drive has not been formatted, do you want to format it now error. . ."
Small world, huh?
Thanks, GAOTD, but in view of my previous experience of iCare, I'll pass on today's offer. Obviously, it's worth trying by anyone with an interest in recovering lost data, but unlike BlankGuy's 'don't-bother-with-freeware' stricture, I'd definitely recommend anyone DLing today's giveaway to compare-and-contrast with both Recuva and Easeus Data Recovery Free because iCare's $69 re-install cost for today's software is, well. . . Absurd.
PS: Note to mods: comment upvoting seems to have gone a bit yonderly -- I've upvoted 2 of the preceding 3 comments (at this time of writing) and in both instances that appeared as a double down-vote. .
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GOSH, this is the 4th file data recovery as GAOTD in 12 days...LOL...I think it's a RECORD here!!
And again it doesn't support any kind of CD/DVD/USB bootable media to run it from outside Windows, which makes it pretty useless to me since I usually need to restore data when Windows doesn't boot up anymore.
And to make things worse this GAOTD is just the STANDARD limited version of the main program!!
BEST (and BETTER) FREE ALTERNATIVES
- PhotoRec (==> Softpedia Editor Pick and my Personal First Choice)
Great FREE tool for recovering files (video, documents, archives, CD-ROMs, photos etc...) from HDs, memory cards, USB flash drives and even digital camera memory. What makes this open source tool special is its ability to ignore the file system, meaning it can recover lost files even when the file system has been severely damaged or reformatted. It also supports bootable media, thus it can be run outside Windows enabling you to recover deleted files even when your PC is no longer able to boot into Windows.
PhotoRec Step By Step guide
- DiskGetor Data Recovery FREE Edition
Can recover deleted files (word ,excel,ppt, office documents, video zip, images etc...) or directory from recycle bin, as well as from formatted and lost partitions and even from disks (FAT /NTFS partition, usb, external drive etc...) with damaged partition table.
- (Portable) Recuva
One of the best FREE File recovery tool out there to retrieve deleted files from literally any disk readable by Windows.
· Recover lost files erased by mistake from HD, USB drive, camera, iPod, MP3 Player and even deleted emails Microsoft Outlook Express, Mozilla Thunderbird, or Windows Live Mail.
· Recovery from damaged or formatted disks
· Restore unsaved Word documents from their temporary files after a sudden PC crash.
- (Portable) Undelete 360
Cool FREE file recovery tool which can restore files from your Recycle Bin, Hard drives, Digital cameras, Floppy drives, USB flash drives and even from your smart phones. Can recover both files & folders deleted from your PC or other media by mistake/viruses/PC & Software failure.
What makes this program so cool is its ability to filter results by specifying all or part of a file name, the date range and file size, as well as its feature to hide the temporary or overwritten files.
But users can also view their lost files according to their genre (Adobe Photoshop, apps, Bitmaps, GIF/JPEG/PNG Graphics, HTML files, icons, Internet Favorites, PDF files, text files etc...).
- (Portable) Wise Data Recovery (can even restore email files)
To recover data/files/movies/music from scratched CD, DVD, BD and HD DVD:
And finally, to recover your data from a DESTROYED system (oh yes, it supports BARE-METAL restore):
SUPER SATURATED FIELD: get the drift, dudes?? LOL!!
My 0.00000000000000000000000000000000000000000002 centrs for today's giveaway!!
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*Finds and restores deleted and lost files
*Has four different recovery modes users can use
*Allows users to preview files
*Supports internal hard drives, external hard drives, USB/flash drives, SD cards, etc.
*Supports FAT12, FAT16, FAT32, EXFAT, NTFS/NTFS5, HFS, and HFS+ file systems
*Shows existing files in the scan results
*Can only preview a limited types of files
*Requires Microsoft Office to be installed in order to preview DOC/PPT/XLS files
*Doesn’t explicitly tell the “recoverability” of a file
*Doesn’t have any sort of CD/DVD/USB bootable media to run iCare Data Recovery from outside Windows
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iCare performs OK (6/10). It's worth installing and keeping just in case. There are some cheaper, fuller featured, better organised alternatives, but also too many that fail to deliver on the basics.
Testing a zip drive, the program found deleted partitions and was successful in finding and recovering recently deleted and old RAW/Lost files. The nuts and bolts of the program seemed to work well for me.
The program presents a neat file tree - but this is organised by file type only. There's no option to display by folder structure or to show all files. Being able to display just the deleted files would be a huge step forward, as would being able to select/tag multiple files (rather than one or all per click).
The ability to have multiple searches is a bonus but you can't save groups of settings for re-use. Additionally, you can't save a scan.
This should be version 5.1 although the program claims that it is 5.0. It adds support for > 2TB drives and Win 8(which 4.5.2 didn't). It copes with fewer file systems than some alternatives.
One weaknesses is that it doesn't report the state of deleted files.
You could use file preview to do this manually but with iCare you have to specifically select preview for each file in turn (rather than being able to turn on automatic preview of any selected file). Developers, eh?
Given that this is version 5+, the odd typos/grammatical errors should have been sorted out by now.
In installation, the program recognised that I had iCare (earlier version) already installed but ignored the folder location.
The support centre defaults to using Internet Explorer (ugh).
Overall, the developer should take a look at the features offered by other programs and consider how iCare's interface could be improved. The alternative scan types could definitely do with some explanation in the main menu (a pane at the bottom perhaps).
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Didn't detect a USB drive with a broken file system. No, thanks.
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