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DDR Windows NTFS Data Recovery Software


NTFS data recovery software provides recovery results in case of deleted or damaged files and folders including images, pictures, text files, songs, music, audio, video which are not recognized due to damaged partitions, accidental formatting of disk, system shutdown, software malfunctioning. Data Doctor Recovery Windows NTFS undeletes data from compressed and encrypted files and folders. NTFS disk salvage software repairs data due to damaged or corrupted MBR, Boot Sector MFT file records. The award winning file recovery software has the partition recovery module to locate the deleted or lost partitions, which scans the entire physical hard disk drive by using Standard or Advance search recovery techniques on your PC or Laptop-Desktop system.

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Software Features Overview
  • NTFS disk recovery software retrieves data lost from current and pre-existing disk partitions.
  • Support recovery of lost or deleted files and folders after the use of Shift+Del keys or emptied recycle bin folder.
  • Recovery is possible even if the disk partition has been formatted with different file system.
  • Easily restores lost files including images, pictures, and text files, audio and video files etc.
  • NTFS Data recovery utility fully supports all type of hard disk storage drives such as IDE, SCSI, SATA disk drives.
  • Supports all type of hard disk brands such as Samsung, Seagate, Toshiba, Maxtor etc.
  • Provided with Standard and Advanced search disk scanning techniques for better results.
  • Save and Load Log feature – To resume the recovery later in case of large capacity disk drives.
  • User-friendly interface for quick and easy NTFS partition recovery which takes less time to recover lost data.
  • No technical knowledge is required to operate the NTFS file recovery software.
When Data Recovery is used ?
  • Accidentally deleted or damaged hard disk partitions.
  • Lost or missing files and folders.
  • Data lost due to virus infected disk drives.
  • Software failure or corrupted inaccessible partitions.
  • Loss of MBR, Boot sector and corrupted MFT file records.
  • Unpredicted system crash.
  • Power failure.