Milpitas, California (PressExposure) May 06, 2007 -- Recover lost data after a hard drive failure
Have you recovered your computer from a system crash and found that some information is missing? Has a system failure rendered your hard drive inaccessible, and the operating system unable to load? Have you accidentally formatted or repartitioned NTFS drive? Do you urgently need to recover as much data as it is still possible after a hard drive accident? NTFS Data Recovery provides a complete solution to rescue data from a corrupt drive, automatically scanning the disk and accurately re-creating the entire file structure.
Modern hard drives can keep hundreds gigabytes of data in millions files. Imagine the size and complexity of a modern file system that contains information on exact file sizes, names and locations. A sudden computer crash or a buggy application can cause data corruption, which in turn means the entire hard drive may become inaccessible because of file system failure.
But everything is not lost even if you cannot access your hard drive from Windows, or if your computer can not load the operating system. NTFS Data Recovery can scan the corrupted hard drive or a damaged NTFS partition, accurately re-creating original file structure and recovering lost data automatically. NTFS Data Recovery supports all versions of NTFS file systems, including all versions of NTFS4 and the latest NTFS5.
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