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DiskTune ... Almost back ... - Tuesday, June 14th 2016 12:19 PM
Currently going through source code and creating a new setup. I will continue DiskTune as DiskTuna. DiskTuna will have it's own website: http://www.disktuna.com. Check it out...
DiskTune ... Almost back ... - Tuesday, June 14th 2016 12:15 PM
Currently going through source code and creating a new setup. I will continue DiskTune as DiskTuna. DiskTuna will have it's own website: http://www.disktuna.com. Check it out...
Upcoming version iRecover - Monday, June 1st 2015 2:04 PM
Beta testing the upcoming 64-bit version of iRecover ... Upgrade will be free. Stay tuned. - Improved quick scan - Optimized RAID recovery algorithms - Optimized Disk /...
New version of DiskPatch released, version 4.0.300 - Sunday, November 10th 2013 9:32 PM
We have released version 4.0.300 of DiskPatch.This is a maintenance release that fixes a few small things.The new version can be downloaded from our download page. This upgrade...
New version of DiskPatch released, version 4.0.200 - Friday, June 28th 2013 12:33 PM
We have released version 4.0.200 of DiskPatch.The improvements for this release are:- small change to logging (for support only)- new automated boot disk builders for diskette...
New version of DiskPatch released, version 4.0.100 - Monday, April 22nd 2013 4:20 PM
We have released version 4.0.100 of DiskPatch. The improvements for this release are:- disk surface scan improved, is now smarter and faster- disk wipe improved, is now smarter...
Using Reclaime Free RAID Recovery with iRecover - Sunday, April 14th 2013 2:04 PM
Reclaime Free RAID Recovery (www.freeraidrecovery.com) is a RAID recovery utility that detects parameters for broken RAIDs. It is free to use but additional steps are required...
Can't access your data? DON'T RUN CHKDSK!!! - Tuesday, November 20th 2012 9:32 PM
Can't access your data? DO NOT RUN CHKDSK!!!We see this happen a lot. Unfortunately Windows is not very honest when it comes to information about chkdsk and what it does...
False positive detection for iRecover - Friday, November 2nd 2012 4:47 PM
Recently iRecover has been flagged as suspicious by Symantec's Norton Anti-Virus products. This is a false positive, iRecover is clean and can do no harm to your computer. We...
Why you should use iRecover ... - Thursday, October 11th 2012 9:51 AM
Why you should use iRecoveriRecover is different from other data recovery software. It is better. iRecover gets data where other software doesn't.There are many different...
Use iRecover to recover data from a failed NAS device - Friday, September 21st 2012 7:48 PM
iRecover has everything on-board to recover data from a failed NAS device. With built-in support for XFS and RAID reconstruction there is no need for separate tools (as...
iRecover version 6.1 released - Wednesday, September 12th 2012 2:01 PM
We have released a new version of iRecover.This is a minor update and contains XFS analysis improvements and interface corrections. The new version can be downloaded from our...
iRecover version 6 released - Thursday, March 8th 2012 3:09 PM
We have released a new version of iRecover.This new version improves the support for Linux file systems, and adds support for the XFS file system. The new version can be...
ToolsThatWork folds, upgrade your tools here - Thursday, June 30th 2011 10:32 AM
ToolsThatWork (owned by Tech Assist) has gone out of business. They provided forensic recovery services, failed hard drive recovery assistance, and general data recovery...
New version of iRecover released - Thursday, May 19th 2011 11:47 AM
We're happy to announce the release of version 5.1 of iRecover.Among the improvements are:- RAID recovery has been improved (memory footprint reduced, accuracy improved)- Linux...
Data Recovery for Windows and Linux - Friday, March 4th 2011 5:21 PM
We have updated the simple volume recovery guide for iRecover (forum): http://www.diydatarecovery.nl/forum/index.php/topic,368.0.htmlIn iRecover use 'Data Recovery for Windows...
iUndelete 2 is ready - Wednesday, March 2nd 2011 4:10 PM
We are pleased to announce the release of version 2 of iUndelete!iUndelete helps you recover deleted documents, photos, archives or any other file type from hard disks,...
Updates and upcoming updates - Wednesday, March 2nd 2011 9:56 AM
We are pleased to announce that DIY DataRecovery iRecover 5 is available as we speak. Some highlights:Our RAID reconstruction engine has been entirely rewritten. The main...
For german speaking users ... - Wednesday, April 21st 2010 2:56 PM
Our first language is Dutch, but to reach a wider audience our website, software and product manuals 'speak' English. Recently we have added a German...
Will a recovered file be intact or corrupt? - Monday, January 11th 2010 2:15 PM
"How do I know my files will be ok after recovery" is a question we get asked a lot. The final answer to this question is; you know a file is ok after recovery by...
Software for RAID data recovery - Monday, October 5th 2009 12:25 PM
RAID Capable Data Recovery Software. If you are searching the web for RAID capable data recovery software then this probably is because you are experiencing a RAID issue that...
24/7 support ... - Friday, September 25th 2009 1:57 PM
We don't advertise with 24/7 support because we simply can't deliver that. However I noticed that many companies that DO advertise 24/7 support don't actually deliver that....
Summer sale starts July 17th - Friday, July 17th 2009 5:15 PM
Heat induced madness once again!The summer sale has started, get a 20% discount on any product. The discount is applied automatically during the purchase process. Use any...
Recovering digital photos from memory cards (again) ... - Saturday, July 11th 2009 12:35 PM
I talked previously about the free digital image recovery mode of iRecover, but that's not all we can do for you if you have deleted data from a memory card. The digital...
Looking for DIY RAID data recovery solutions? - Monday, June 22nd 2009 11:23 AM
Well, if you are then you will have discovered that there are plenty of solutions available that claim to RAID 0 or RAID 5 'compatible. But you have to look a little further...