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Tuesday, September 4, 2007

O&O Format Recovery

O&O FormatRecovery v4.1.1146

With the new O&O FormatRecovery 4, O&O offers the ultimate supplement to its

already impressive line of data recovery products. Guiding users with an onscreen

Assistant, O&O FormatRecovery 4 enables the recovery of deleted or formatted

partitions or hard disks to their pre-deletion form. File and directory information is

likewise restored.

Recovery of complete storage media
By use of a specially developed algorithm, O&O FormatRecovery 4 can search for

files on formatted or deleted disks and restore them even when the data are heavily

fragmented! In contrast to O&O UnErase 4 and O&O DiskRecovery 4, O&O

FormatRecovery 4 can also restore files with missing directories and configuration

Special search algorithms
The advanced functions of the special search algorithms in O&O FormatRecovery

4 enable it to first detect and then ignore defective sectors. This means it can

recover data from storage media that is damaged but still accessible. The special

algorithm also supports the recovery of hidden or system files with their

corresponding attributes, making possible the recovery of empty file systems in

order to completely reconstruct a whole storage medium. The creation of a new

system is often therefore unnecessary and through its impressive functions and

operating methods, O&O FormatRecovery 4 can wholly compensate for the

absence of a system back-up
Supported storage media
O&O FormatRecovery 4 can recover data from all Windows-supported data storage

media. This includes, among others, internal and external hard disks (IDE, SATA,

SCSI etc.), digital cameras, MP3-Players, USB and Memory-Sticks, memory

cards, CDs, DVDs and diskettes. A data storage medium need only be recognized

by Windows a data recovery to be possible. For this reason, it is not necessary to

run a compatibility check in Windows to see of a certain medium is compatible.

The rescued data can then be saved on any windows supported storage medium,

provided it is not the medium from which the data was just recovered.

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