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This Article Is Sponored By You! | Thursday, April 12, 2007 by Salman Siddiqui | Comments
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Lost your data? Search Google for "Data Recovery" and you would get loads of software to recover data. And I can bet that they will be promising absolute performance and must be ready to empty your pockets absolutely! The software must be free for trial use but wont give out all the features for free. And this isn't the end to your problems. Lets get little technical . . .

When you save some data into your hard disk than it saves the data in different tracks and sectors. Like in your locality where you live. Now when you delete that data, your hard disk actually wouldn't delete the data. It would make that "full space" available to re-write another data. And would make you feel that your data has been deleted, which is actually not the case. Now when you use some software to recover deleted data that software would make the address for that data available to your Windows. And if that was trial version, it would do the initial recovery and will ask you to buy the software. Now when you use another software for same data recovery it would do nothing as initially the memory addresses have been interrupted from initial settings.

This is where Seagate comes to the rescue with their File Recovery for Windows software. This program does the same tasks as the rest of them, which includes recovering files types such as Word, Excel, PowerPoint, Outlook PSTs, databases, AutoCAD, Microsoft SQL, MPEG, AVI, MP3, and photo file formats from FAT12/16/32 and NTFS file systems. What's the catch then? It can be downloaded for free from Seagate's website and with it examine the hard drive in order to find out if a “successful recovery is possible”. This way, users know for sure if the information can be rescued, before actually purchasing the software.

Kevin Halladay, I.T. manager of the Sundance Ski Resort in Utah said: “I called a handful of drive recovery services and was given estimates ranging from $700 to $8,000 to restore my data with a wait of at least four days. I called Seagate Recovery Services about sending the drive in for recovery, and their client service representative suggested that Seagate’s D.I.Y. software was the ideal solution for my data loss situation. I downloaded the software and recovered all of my data, and Seagate saved me hundreds, if not thousands of dollars. The software is easy to use, very intuitive and provided a full recovery for a fraction of the cost of an in-lab solution. The product is a true bargain.”

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