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Promoted 04-14-2016 by Discombobulated at 02:51 AM View Original Post
ShareWareOnSale.com has EaseUS Data Recovery Wizard Professional Software for Free (valid for a limited time). Thanks Showtime

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EaseUS Data Recovery Wizard Professional offers a safe & effective hard drive data recovery. It enables you to recover unlimited types of files from your PC/laptop, hard drive, lost or raw partition, USB drives, memory card, digital camera, music & more. This is a 1-computer liftime license for noncommercial usage. Must be downloaded, installed and registered before this offer has ended. Offer valid for a limited time only - Discombobulated

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Edited April 14, 2016 at 09:02 PM by Showtime
Idk how this compares to other data recovery programs and how often it's on sale or free, but I used it and it seemed to work ok. Regardless, FREE is good.

http://sharewareonsale.com/s/ease...oupon-sale

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Last Edited by etronz April 14, 2016 at 06:15 AM
No bootable media in this version, so limited usefulness.

I'll save you some trouble and keep you off an email list. Everyone is getting this license key, so use this:

License codeļ¼šGY1UX-C53M3-J5VEW-2HKAG-T4TRV

Windows Direct Download URL: http://download.easeus.com/trial/drw_trial.exe


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uot;Note : The license is only valid for 48 hours. please activate it ASAP once you receive it."
48 hours from what epoch? They do not say. You probably have a few days to activate it.

No matter what email address I used, this is the key they provide.

They do not appear to be giving away the MAC version. Windows only for this promo?

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Just remember, when recovering data, recover it to a different physical drive so you're not overwriting other potentially recoverable files Smilie
He is talking about once you do the scan to find recoverable data, do not recover that data to the same hard drive. He is correct about that. In computer forensics we are taught to NEVER do that. You would compromise the entire system for litigation, but furthermore you could be potentially overwriting recoverable data on the source drive. Of course if you are doing forensics you wouldn't use a software program like this in the first place, but the concept still remains.
Even sweeter is Recuva portable, pay zilch, install nothing, retrieve everything.
https://www.piriform.com/recuva/f...le-version

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Just remember, when recovering data, recover it to a different physical drive so you're not overwriting other potentially recoverable files Smilie
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I've used this software company's partition software and it was very nice. I'd like to try this but how reputable is the source of the download??
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I just use Recuva. Works great and there's a free version.
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Just remember, when recovering data, recover it to a different physical drive so you're not overwriting other potentially recoverable files Smilie
That's not what should be happening. When you recover a file, it shouldn't be overwriting anything. Since the file is still there, it's just it's directory entry has been erased. So all these programs do is scan for files that no longer have a directory entry and give them a new directory entry. Nothing should be overwriting anything.
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I have used their Free Cloning software and think it is the best free option currently on the market. I have yet to have an issue and have used it probably around 15 - 20 times. (I upgraded to all SSD's in all my families computers using this software)
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That's not what should be happening. When you recover a file, it shouldn't be overwriting anything. Since the file is still there, it's just it's directory entry has been erased. So all these programs do is scan for files that no longer have a directory entry and give them a new directory entry. Nothing should be overwriting anything.
He is talking about once you do the scan to find recoverable data, do not recover that data to the same hard drive. He is correct about that. In computer forensics we are taught to NEVER do that. You would compromise the entire system for litigation, but furthermore you could be potentially overwriting recoverable data on the source drive. Of course if you are doing forensics you wouldn't use a software program like this in the first place, but the concept still remains.
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He is talking about once you do the scan to find recoverable data, do not recover that data to the same hard drive. He is correct about that. In computer forensics we are taught to NEVER do that. You would compromise the entire system for litigation, but furthermore you could be potentially overwriting recoverable data on the source drive. Of course if you are doing forensics you wouldn't use a software program like this in the first place, but the concept still remains.
But that's like saying you should stop using any drive right now. Since you might want to recover a deleted file on it in the future. The fact is, most people recover all the files they want to recover and then move on. So if anything gets overwritten, it's something they don't want. Otherwise, everyone should stop using any drive the second they delete their first file. So that it won't get overwritten.
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But that's like saying you should stop using any drive right now. Since you might want to recover a deleted file on it in the future.
That's exactly what you should do if you hope to recover something. Most people who delete something by accident realize they did so in that moment. At which point you should shutdown, setup the drive as Slave, and try to recover the data.

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The fact is, most people recover all the files they want to recover and then move on. So if anything gets overwritten, it's something they don't want. Otherwise, everyone should stop using any drive the second they delete their first file. So that it won't get overwritten.
There's always scenarios you could run into. You could do the initial scan and recover data, but then realize you forgot something afterwards. If you recovered that drive to the source drive, it could potentially be overwritten. You are sort of playing with fire!
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I just use Recuva. Works great and there's a free version.
Even sweeter is Recuva portable, pay zilch, install nothing, retrieve everything.
https://www.piriform.com/recuva/f...le-version

And while you're Piriforming... boost your rig with CCleaner + CCenhancer.
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There's always scenarios you could run into. You could do the initial scan and recover data, but then realize you forgot something afterwards. If you recovered that drive to the source drive, it could potentially be overwritten. You are sort of playing with fire!
Then we are back to the stop using a drive the second you delete your first file scenario. Since to keep using it is to play with fire. I guess some people must have warehouses full of partially used drives so their one deleted file won't get overwritten.
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Do yourself a favor and use 10minutemail.com.
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