LSoft Active Undelete Enterprise Edition v7.1.050

Software, System Tools. January 15, 2009 by CONFiG.
LSoft Active Undelete Enterprise Edition v7.1.050

LSoft Active Undelete Enterprise Edition v7.1.050 | 115 MB
file undelete and data recovery program for NTFS & FAT32 / FAT volumes.
Active@ UNDELETE NTFS FAT32 Data Recovery Software. Restore deleted files on Windows XP VISTA 2003 2008.

Active@ UNDELETE - Data Recovery is a powerful data recovery software that helps you to recover deleted files, lost and formatted data from hard drives, floppy disks, basic and dynamic volumes, hardware or software RAID.
Software supports: NTFS, FAT32, FAT16, NTFS5, NTFS+EFS file systems and works under all Windows family operating systems: Windows 95, Windows 98, Windows ME, Windows NT, Windows 2000, Windows 2003 Server, Windows XP and Windows VISTA.
Besides hard disk drives program supports recovery from removable devices like Secure Digital, Compact Flash, SmartMedia, SONY Memory Stick, ZIP drives, USB Hard drives etc ...

Active@ UNDELETE Professional package contains a CD/DVD ISO image that you can burn to get a bootable CD, DVD or USB Flash with a lightweight version of Windows Vista © running in RAM (WinPE 2.0).
It is the only way to recover your data in the case that your system is not bootable and you cannot attach the damaged Hard Disk Drive to another computer. After booting from the CD/DVD you will see a Windows environment with Networking, so you can either just recover your data (copy files to a USB drive or Network drive). Many other useful utilities are included besides data recovery utilities: Web Browser, File Manager (similar to Window Explorer), Terminal Client, Partition Manager, Notepad, Task Manager, Command Prompt, Network Drive Mapper, etc...

Active@ UNDELETE Enterprise package includes all features of Professional package as well as RAID and Network functions.


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