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Have you ever experienced that horrible sinking feeling that comes when with just one mistaken, one click, you accidentally deleted that paper or report you've been working on all week? You know you should have backed up that file, but you never quite got around to it and now you are afraid it may be too late? :(
Don't panic! It's not! When files are deleted from your computer, they don't disappear all at once. Instead, the links that allow you to access those files are removed, but the file itself remains on your drive.
This means that the information you feared you'd lost isn't actually gone forever? It's still there on your hard drive, MP3 player, camera, or flash drive, so it's still possible to rescue all of that lost data. All you need to know is how to look for it.
Search and Recover™ 5 is your first line of defense against data disaster. Don't wait! Install it right now, so you will always have a quick way to recover your most important documents, pictures, and emails in an instant.
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American author William Faulkner famously said that the past is never dead, it's not even past. The same goes for the digital files on your computer. When you delete data from your PC, your digital camera, or your flash drive, it doesn't immediately disappear and turn into digital dust your PC (or other device) it simply re designates the deleted files as free space, so later files can be written over the files that have been deleted. However, the raw data is still there on your drive it's just more difficult to access, and may be potentially overwritten by other files or programs.
The first thing to do once you realize you've lost or accidentally deleted an important document, photo, or music file is stop saving new information to the hard drive. You don't want to accidentally overwrite the files that you are trying to recover: but be careful! Writing information to the hard drive isn't just a matter of saving documents, programs, and files (although you should certainly avoid that, too).
To follow are 5 actions to avoid when trying to recover data:
The sooner you start running a data recovery program, the better your chances of recovery will be. However, even if it's been a little while since you discovered your missing data, all is not lost, even if a file has been overwritten once, it may still be salvaged by an intelligent data recovery program.
iolo technologies - Search and Recover™ 5 program uses proprietary technologies to scan for and recover your important data. Search and Recover's StrongScan® tool sifts through your PC's data on a byte-by-byte level to unearth files and information that other recovery programs may miss, while its SmartScan® sorts through all of this data to help you find exactly what you're looking for. You can opt to recover all deleted files, or search specifically by file type - music, images, emails, and more.
Search and Recover can be run either from your PC (if you've already installed it) or from a CD (if you don't have it installed on your computer and want to avoid overwriting important data) to retrieve your valuable data.
Don't forget that Search and Recover can also recover files from flash drives, MP3 players, digital cameras, smartphones, and more!
Once you have started the recovery process, remember to take these important first steps:
Search and Recover™ 5
Valid To: June 30, 2013
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